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- Venezuela's key opposition leader Edgar Zambrano releasedZambrano was detained in May for supporting a failed uprising led by opposition leader Juan Guaido on April 30.
- Palestinian woman shot dead after alleged stabbing attack Israeli forces kill Palestinian woman at a checkpoint between the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
- Kashmir under lockdown: All the latest updatesPakistan's statement comes after Indian foreign minister promises to retake Islamabad's portion of Kashmir.
- Saudi oil attacks: All the latest updatesPresident says Tehran does not want conflict in the region, blames the US and Saudi Arabia for starting the Yemen war.
- Australian hiker with 'snapped' leg makes 2-day crawl to safetyNeil Parker's 3-hour hike northwest of Brisbane went horribly wrong when he slipped and fell 6 metres down a waterfall.
- Israel election: Exit polls show race too close to call
- Spain to hold fourth election in 4 years as talks fail
- Arabs Abroad: The Businesswoman and the Councillor
- Exit polls in Israeli elections predict close result
- Tunisia: Saied, Karoui head to runoff after close call in pollsOfficial announcement by country's electoral commission on Tuesday confirmed constitutional law professor Saied won 18.4 percent of vote while Karoui, owner of popular television station Nessma TV, garnered 15.6 percent.
- World Cup 2022: A room with a view at Qatar's Al Bayt Stadium
- Five years after HIV outbreak in a Cambodian commune, villagers feel forgotten
- Rediscovering the riches of St Petersburg's Muslim heritage
- Indian authorities approve uranium exploration in Nallamala Forest, sparking protests
- A day in the life of a bamboo shoot harvester in MyanmarMeet Ko Pho La, a bamboo shoot harvester living in Kyee Bin Village in Irrawaddy Region.
- A professor's self-immolation puts the spotlight on the fragile future of Russia's minority languages
- Street-side vendors of Zanzibar’s iconic ‘kanga’ textiles forced to close up shop after 30 years
- Internet shutdowns and the right to access in Sudan: A post-revolution perspective
- Filipino community radio stations struggle to survive amid attacks and difficulties
- Tobago's coral bleaching alert makes it clear there is ‘no alternative’ to fighting the climate crisis
- Jamaica remembers Hurricane Gilbert, but is the island prepared for a Dorian?
- Muharram in Pakistan: Daring to observe Ashura
- Worldwide spirit of bicentenary inspires communities throughout Europe
- Bicentenary website to reflect worldwide celebrationsLaunched today, a new website publishes glimpses of celebrations worldwide.
- Role of sacred space: A conversation on places of worship
- In Americas, spirit of oneness moves communities in anticipation of bicentenary
- Baha’i studies: Aiming to apply spiritual principles to humanity’s social progress
- In Africa, preparations energize and focus communities
- Preparations gain momentum worldwide for bicentenary
- The transformative power of prayer: How devotional gatherings are taking root in Uganda
- Artistic expressions blossom across the globe