Unrest, Conflicts and War
The protesters believe that the army undermines democracy in Thailand, and that King Maha Vajiralongkorn wields too much power.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said there would be a "definitive punishment of the perpetrators and those who ordered it."
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, winner of last year's Nobel Peace Prize, has rejected international “interference” into the conflict with the Tigray region.
One of the rockets struck close to the American Embassy. The attack signals an end to an informal truce announced by Iran-backed militias in October.
The plan would run counter to military commanders’ advice, while still falling short of Trump’s much-touted goal to end America’s long wars.
A half century after Hafez Assad launched a bloodless coup in Syria, his family still rules the country.
With the election outcome still unknown, scattered and largely peaceful protests took place from Seattle to New York City.
Gunmen stormed Kabul University as it hosted a book fair attended by the Iranian ambassador to Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's government has outlawed news said to affect national security amid mass protests.
The hosts talk with Osai Ojigho about the importance of the African diaspora collectively taking a stand against police brutality worldwide.