As Kashmir completes its second year of lockdown, the people most affected have been its daily wage workers, who have endured immense mental and financial stress.
As power dynamics in the Indian Ocean change, India has come to view Mauritius as an integral part of its new security architecture to counterbalance China’s growing footprint.
In the first seven months of the year, the Kingdom has executed at least 40 people – a major spike compared to 2020.
Several explosions caused by the wildfires were heard by people from Tuesday onwards.
As the country's health service buckles under increasing coronavirus cases, individuals and hospitals seek help from the diaspora in a bid to raise funds for essential medical equipment.
As Turkey battles wildfires, experts warn that protecting the region's natural habitat is more important than taking quick actions that could be harmful in the long term.
The gold medalist archer is a product of his environment shaped by his multidisciplinary training in swimming, arts and music.
One year later, a HRW report examines how Lebanese authorities were responsible for one of the world's largest non-nuclear explosions that killed over 200 people and wounded 7,000.
It's said that lies travel faster than the truth, and as Turkey battled forest fires, Twitter became a hub of misinformation.
The Indian dance form is now taught in several studios in the West and it's become all the rage in colleges and universities, too.
A young bodybuilder with a massive following on Instagram was assassinated from a close range, prompting different fears and theories in the troubled region.
Much of Kosovo’s best sporting talent has left the country to make their fortunes abroad. However, judo is bucking the trend and bringing home gold medals.
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