Wreckage confirmed to be crashed Japanese F-35 fighter, pilot still missing
His appointment as interim leader by parliament on Tuesday triggered new demonstrations. Bensalah is seen by many as a Bouteflika loyalist.
Hong Kong Occupy leaders found guilty for role in mass rallies
Turkish election board rejects recount call in 31 Istanbul districts - board member
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen resigns
Austria cited an increase of migrants numbers as a reason to extend border checks.
Trump says he made Golan Heights decision after a quick history lesson
Imran Khan takes to Twitter to vent his anger at India.
The leader of a new party that has challenged Thailand's military government was charged on Saturday with sedition
U.S. to designate elite Iranian force as terrorist organisation
Tension has been running high since a suicide car bombing by Pakistan-based militants in Indian-controlled Kashmir killed at least 40 Indian paramilitary police
According to Bolsonaro, the overthrow of an elected leftist government was not a coup d'etat, but a legitimate movement backed by the country's Congress and judiciary
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warns that ICC investigators cannot have visas guaranteed to the US
Retailers and consumers could be hit with an all important ingredient
Joe Biden was tipped to run for the next election.
The advance took diplomats and analysts by surprise, exploiting their focus on neighbouring Algeria where President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned on Tuesday after protests
New Australia law threatens social media firms with fines, jail over violent content
Thai police summon anti-junta politician on sedition charge after disputed election
Venezuela's chief prosecutor's office has opened an investigation of Guaido, into alleged links to "incidents of violence"
Canada's Trudeau expels two ex-ministers from ruling party in bid to end scandal