More than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have been displaced since violence erupted in Myanmar's Rakhine state last August. Most of the refugees fled to neighboring Bangladesh.
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What began as a series of peaceful strikes and protests in the Cameroon's English-speaking areas, has now turned into violence between separatist groups and security forces.
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The speech, entitled "Our Future Partnership", was an attempt to settle doubt over how Britain sees its future outside the EU and its economic architecture and to try to ease frustrations in Brussels over what they say is a lack of detail.
President Ghani offered to recognize Taliban as an official political group. In return, the Taliban would have to recognize the Afghan government and respect the rule of law.
Authorities in Assam are working on a list with names of people who could prove they or their ancestors had been in the state before March 24, 1971.
Both sides of the conflict have been accused of war crimes, including rape, extrajudicial executions and the forced recruitment of children to participate in the conflict.
Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales do not have a veto on Brexit legislation, but ignoring them risks worsening already strained relations.
Mass abduction by suspected Boko Haram terrorists contradicts the government and army's repeated claims that Boko Haram had been defeated.
Jeremy Corbyn has indicated his party's support for agreeing a customs union, a decision that could result in the biggest test yet of May's fragile authority in parliament.
Police said there was no evidence of terrorism. However, the FCO issued a statement warning British nationals that terrorists were "likely to carry out attacks in South Africa."
The five-times Olympic gold medallist has defended himself against accusations he and Team Sky used permitted medication for performance gain.
Astori, the 31-year-old Italian defender, died on Sunday (March 4) ahead of Fiorentina's game against Udinese. The prosecutor of the case said a police investigation was open.
The long-awaited Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee report on 'Combating doping in sport' said widespread therapeutic use exemption system was open to abuse.
Pep Guardiola was charged by the FA for wearing a yellow ribbon in support of Catalan independence. FA chief Martin Glenn has compared it to a swastika or ISIS badge.
After VAR technology had another calamitous week in English football, more opinions have been expressed. Here, Newsweek outlines each club's view.
Arsenal lost 3-0 to Manchester City for the second time in five days, leaving them 10 points off the top four. Arsene Wenger stalled on his interviews but cannot delay fate.
Jose Mourinho has spent more than £300 million in the transfer market since arriving at Manchester United. The club is set to shelve plans for expanding Old Trafford to back him.
VAR has been full of controversy over the two months it has been trialed in English football. FIFA plans to use it at the World Cup this summer but many believe it needs some work.
Chelsea were beaten 2-1 by Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday (February 25). Eden Hazard was replaced by Antonio Conte with 20 minutes remaining of the game.
The FA, English Football League (EFL) and Premier League have reportedly discussed the possibility of top-flight teams having a staggered annual 13-day break, starting in 2020.
Tyan Booth said he was due to fight in two weeks, having been inactive since June 2017, but has had his boxing license suspended by the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC).
Arsenal will reportedly review Arsene Wenger's position at the club at the end of the season. Former striker Ian Wright says he cannot make a case for the Frenchman to remain.