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- Rory Stewart crashes out of race to be British prime ministerThe international development secretary failed to get enough votes in the third ballot of Conservative MPs to continue.
- UK: Labour's Jeremy Corbyn backs second Brexit referendumOpposition leader says a vote must offer 'real choices' for those who want to leave or stay in the European Union.
- Saudi slams UN report on Khashoggi killing as 'unfounded'Adel al-Jubeir says UN rapporteur's report on the killing of Jamal Khashoggi contained 'baseless allegations'.
- Mohamed Morsi: An Egyptian tragedyMorsi's presidency was a flicker of hope for a democratic future in a country long dominated by ruthless dictators.
- First four suspects named for MH17 murder trial
- US: Trump EPA rolls back Obama rule on coal-fired power plants
- 'Credible evidence' links MBS to Khashoggi's murder: UN report
- Agnes Callamard Q&A: 'Saudi is responsible for Khashoggi murder'
- What's behind US pressure on Iraq to become energy independent?
- Migrants repatriated after 3 weeks stranded off Tunisia
- Mali attacks: Villagers flee amid increasing violence
- Handcrafting behind bars: Women inmates in Albania create ‘made in prison’ accessories
- Hong Kong press watchdog calls for investigation into police abuse against 26 journalists during protests
- Public pressure forces Trinidad & Tobago government to drop amendment to Freedom of Information Act
- Mozambicans celebrate after the state's infamous ‘hidden debts’ are declared null
- On displacement
- ‘Step down, Carrie Lam!': Two million rise up once more against Hong Kong extradition bill
- Surprise victories in the 2019 midterm Philippine elections offer hope to the opposition
- Demolition of a 150-year-old building highlights government neglect of Bangladesh's heritage sites
- As battle for Istanbul reaches fever pitch, Turkey's ruling party regrets its pop culture problemAs the clock ticks down on the rerun Istanbul municipal election, the tension is getting unbearable.
- Social media goes blue for Sudan
- Australia’s digital rights advocates and tech sector push back against law undermining encryption
- Faith as catalyst of social change: Perspectives from the CongoFaith communities in Kinshasa have come together in pursuit of a more peaceful and united society.
- Overcoming prejudice through education
- Baha’i World article highlights centrality of agriculture
- Kiribati President attends annual Baha’i convention
- The Baha’i World publication launches online
- In this bicentenary year, remembering the birth of a new Faith
- Encouraged by Prime Minister Ardern, New Zealand’s youth press to end racism
- Questioning current modes of thought and action: European Parliament looks to the future
- Universal House of Justice announces architect for Shrine of ‘Abdu’l-Baha