US President Donald Trump called on his counterpart, Xi Jinping, to do more to resolve the North Korean nuclear issue and said that bilateral trade had been unfair to the US.
The UN has expressed grave concerns over the trafficking networks existing in south Bangladesh’s sprawling camps overwhelmed by the arrival of Rohingya.
At least five migrants died off the Libyan coast after their boat capsized in a rescue operation. A German NGO and the Libyan coast guard are arguing over the deaths.
Togolese music band Vaudou Game create their own sound fusing traditional music and tropical sounds with a hint of Voodoo culture.
Traditional ceremonies in Madagascar where families re-wrap the remains of dead relatives pose a serious risk of plague contamination. Since August, the disease has infected more than 1,100 people, with 124 deaths.
The UN Human Rights Council accuses government forces of carrying out atrocities against its own people. Residents who decide to return to their villages find their houses burned and most of the infrastructure destroyed.
Under the Australian constitution, dual nationals are not allowed to be elected into the parliament.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is in the country to draw attention to what he calls a "forgotten crisis."
The victory boosts Abe's chances of winning another three-year term next September as leader of the Liberal Democratic Party.
More than 2,000 people gathered in Somalia's capital Mogadishu to protest against the attacks that have been described as the most deadly since the Al Shabab insurgency began in 2007.
Somalia's government has blamed the deadliest ever bombing attack on the Al Qaeda-linked Al Shabab group, but Al Shabab is yet to comment.
Whoever wins the Liberian presidential election will be taking over from Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first female president, who is stepping down after two six-year terms.
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