Minorities criticise proposed legal reforms that Sri Lanka’s president says aim to heal divisions.
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The latest wedding to a non-royal strikes controversy among the Japanese public.
Expectations of a transition to democracy have been thrown into uncertainty after Sudan’s military seized power.
As air attacks against the TPLF in Ethiopia’s Tigray resume, the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate.
Belarus accused of helping migrants and refugees cross into the bloc as a retaliation against EU sanctions.
The WHO estimates up to 180,000 health workers have died from COVID since January 2020.
Brazilian Senate inquiry says Jair Bolsonaro should face crimes against humanity charges for mishandling the pandemic.
Abduction of American and Canadian missionaries highlights increasing lawlessness in Caribbean nation.
Moscow has broken off diplomatic ties with the security alliance after spying allegations.
Protesters in Sudan are demanding the resignation of the interim government.
FIFA wants to change the frequency of the World Cup but not everyone is convinced.
Exhibition looking at legacy of colonialism – and role it played in birth of climate change – has opened in London.
At least seven people killed in street battles triggered by investigation into Beirut port explosion.
Global supply chain problems are leading to delivery delays and higher prices for consumer goods.