Twitter reports 'access issues' in Turkey after attack
Thousands take to streets in Europe to protest Ankara attacks
Kerry shares 'deep concern' with Abbas, Netanyahu
Russian air strikes hit 55 Islamic State targets in Syria
Lake Chad blasts blamed on Boko Haram kill 37
Greece vows first migrant 'hotspot' on Lesbos within 10 days
Hundreds of thousands protest in Berlin against EU-U.S. trade deal
N. Korea showcases new 'nuclear' long-range missile: state TV
Bashir launches Sudan dialogue boycotted by opposition
Belarus opposition struggles to get heard ahead of presidential vote
Israeli forces shoot dead five Palestinians as violence rages on
Eleven days of bloodshed in which four Israelis and 21 Palestinians have been killed have raised concerns that a new Palestinian uprising may be brewing.
Toll from twin Ankara blasts soars to 95
At least 95 people were killed in Ankara Saturday when bombs set off by two suspected suicide attackers ripped through a crowd of leftist and pro-Kurdish activists at a peace rally, in the deadliest such attack in Turkey's recent history.
Can a Nobel Prize open up Belarus?
Even before Svetlana Alexievich won the Nobel Prize for literature, there were faint signs of change for her closed country.
Isolated North Korea says it's ready for war with U.S. as it marks anniversary
US-NORTHKOREA-ANNIVERSARY:Isolated North Korea says it's ready for war with U.S. as it marks anniversary
In these four countries, the TPP’s rules on generic drugs could kill people
The secretive mega-trade deal would bar some of the poorest citizens in Peru, Mexico, Malaysia and Vietnam from accessing life-saving medicines.
Why China doesn’t mind being left out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
The largest regional trade agreement in history is no big deal to China.
Scientists warn El Niño coral damage could be worst ever
The world faces mass global 'coral bleaching' next year driven by the warming effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon, scientists say.
From Aleppo to Argentina: The lives of Syrian refugees in Buenos Aires, in pictures
'I changed a lot here. I really felt the need to be responsible. I felt that if I did not study, I would lose years and time and I wouldn’t move forward.'