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Once seen as the safest place in Afghanistan - recent violence has seen the UN recording over 47,000 internally displaced people in Bamiyan in recent weeks.
School's reopen in Chile after one of the longest closures in the world - but some say it is still not safe to return.
Speaking in a televised interview, President Kais Saeid accused politicians of corruption costing the country billions of dollars.
The remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan has carried out what may be the world's fastest vaccination campaign - completing the inoculation of 90 percent of its adult population against COVID-19 in just one week.
The South Korean Olympic team in Tokyo has rented an entire hotel, about 20 minute drive to the Athletes' Village, to cook food for its athletes separately and screen ingredients over radiation fears.
Peru's peasant farmer turned president. As Pedro Castillo prepares to take office, struggling citizens share their hopes and fears for the future.
A cardinal and nine other people are accused of bleeding the Holy See of tens of millions of dollars in donations through bad investments, deals with shady money managers and apparent favours to friends and family.
Alassane Ouattara met former President Laurent Gbagbo a decade after Ivory Coast’s deadly post-electoral violence that killed more than 3,000 people.
Officers recount the January 6 riot at the first hearing of a US House special committee investigating the insurrection.
Thousands of refugees relocated after monsoon rains trigger landslides and flash floods in the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar.
Tunisia’s largest party calls for dialogue after the president sacked PM and suspended parliament causing a constitutional crisis.
The first person to be charged under Hong Kong's national security law has been found guilty in what is being seen as a landmark ruling.
Its economy was already struggling before the pandemic, but lockdown measures and border closures have caused the vital tourism industry to collapse.
President Kais Saied's freezing of Parliament had followed mass protests with much of the anger directed at the Ennahdha party for its handling of the economy and a raging pandemic.
Officials say at least 10,000 people have been affected and more than 2,000 have been displaced, as floods devastate the eastern state of Gadarif.
Officials are growing more worried about the current rise in infections and are blaming the unvaccinated for the spike.
After more than 18 years, the role of US forces will shift to training and advising the Iraqi military to defend itself.
Tunisian President Kais Saied responded to critics who called his actions a coup on Monday by telling them to "review your constitutional lessons."
More than 70 million people in the country watched the opening ceremony and the hosts have already racked up several gold medals, but COVID infection rates in the city remain high.
Malaysia’s parliament is holding a special session to discuss the government's coronavirus plans, after a seven-month suspension due to the pandemic.
Tunisian police have stormed Al Jazeera’s bureau in the capital Tunis, expelling all staff, with at least 20 heavily armed plainclothes police officers entered the office on Monday.
More women and children were killed and wounded in the first half of 2021 than in the same period of any year since UN began keeping count in 2009.
Superpower-play: Russia, China and the US send humanitarian aid to Latin America - a region hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Turkish security forces say they have killed seven fighters from a Kurdish group responsible for killing two Turkish soldiers in northern Syria.
Iraqi PM will push for a clearer timeline for removal of US ‘combat’ troops as Biden seeks to stop armed group attacks.
The state of Michoacan has seen some of the worst violence in the country in recent months as the Jalisco New Generation Cartel invades from the state next door and local groups try to stop it.
Some competitors have collapsed because of the warm conditions, so some tennis players are being given extra time to recover between sets.