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State TV reports Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, fainted after court session and died afterwards.
In the past six weeks, at least 400 civilians have been killed and a quarter of the victims were children.
Controversial bill that replaces first come first served standard will prompt shredding of 18,000 existing applications.
Edward Gallagher has pleaded not guilty to premeditated murder in the stabbing death of a wounded ISIL prisoner.
Long before the protests began, a generation of YouTubers emerged as unofficial spokespeople for Algeria's youth.
Action orders Oregon judges to reexamine dispute between lesbian couple and bakery owners who refused to make their cake
Most Uzbeks back president Mirziyoyev's reform process but they complain about difficulties such as finding jobs.
The G5 Sahel force includes Burkina Faso, Chad, Mauritania, Niger as well as Mali, and people in Bamako do not want its headquarters based there.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un has visited China four times since March 2018 but it will be Xi's first trip to Pyongyang.
Mariupol is Ukraine's principal port on the Sea of Azov and has great economic and strategic significance.
What lies behind the ethnic violence that has killed dozens of people in one village alone in central Mali.
Four others sustained serious injuries when a taxi van and a bus collided in the town of Modjadjiskloof.
Turkish coastguard says 31 people were rescued, it's believed they were travelling to the Greek islands.
As calls for her resignation become louder, analysts say Carrie Lam pays the price for political miscalculations.