President Mnangagwa looks to defend his rule by crushing dissent, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi has spoken out against her mistreatment in Israeli prison—and called for a single Palestinian state for Arabs and Jews.
Palestinian Ahed Tamimi was released from Israeli prison on Sunday.
Results of the first Zimbabwean presidential election since the fall of dictator Robert Mugabe were expected this week.
The evictions show the impact of the racist policies of minister Matteo Salvini, reports Simon Basketter
The Greek government faces outrage over its failures and austerity policies, following huge wildfires that killed almost 100 people
Imran Khan, the former Pakistani cricket star, declared victory in the country’s general election yesterday despite allegations of widespread fraud.
This is the lethal cost of the austerity memorandum demanded by the EU to pay Greece’s debt
New laws are no aberration, but a consequence of a state based on ethnic cleansing, writes?Nick Clark
Plus section of German left turns against refugees
Assad’s regime has almost finished off the last pockets of resistance in southern Syria, says?Nick Clark
Protesters in Chicago faced down police after cops killed Harith Augustus last Saturday, shooting him in the back.
Israel launched its biggest bombardment of the Gaza Strip since 2014 over the weekend.
Iraq’s government has responded with brutality to huge protests over living standards and unemployment
Makhanya Siphamandla faces life imprisonment
Activists are ready to fight the attacks on a woman’s right to choose
The European Union (EU) told rescue boats to let refugees drown in the Mediterranean last week.
Thousands of people have fled after the Syrian regime and Russian forces launched a fresh assault on rebel-held Daraa in south west Syria
Fresh protests have erupted in Iran over a lack of drinkable water and the plunging value of the currency
Presidential elections have upset the rich—but it isn’t clear what changes will follow