Australia gets ready for potentially catastrophic fire season
'Storm Area 51': Possible crowds worry Nevada desert towns
Mexico quake: Two years on, recovery slow but survivors hopeful
Who are south Yemen's separatists?
Farooq Abdullah's arrest leaves India with few allies in Kashmir
Trump's asylum ban will worsen a crisis the US helped create
Khalilzad testifies before US Congress in classified briefing
Saudi-led coalition intercepts explosive-filled boat 'by Houthis'
Egypt launched an inquiry into whether a bomb could have been placed on the Russian airliner that crashed in Sinai, killing all 224 people on board.
At least seven people were killed in shoot-outs and other attacks after a tribunal annulled the election of the governor of Nigeria’s eastern Taraba state and replaced him with a ruling party candidate, police said.
At least 12 people were killed in a night of violence across the Burundian capital of Bujumbura after a government deadline to turn in illegal weapons expired.
Senegal’s President called for a fight against the “excessive form” of Islam which has led to the growth of jihadi groups.