Indonesian elite unit’s crackdown on suspected radical militias results in 59 arrests of people plotting to disrupt the country’s upcoming presidential election.
Protests extended into second week against Canadian company aiming for long-term copper mining concession in Panama, putting local water supply at risk, critics say.
King Charles III embarks Kenya with a mission of smoothening the relationship with its former colony, confronting past crimes and looking into the future.
Burmese hip-hop artist is sentenced to 20-years in prison for criticizing Myanmar military leaders on a Facebook livestream complaining about daily electricity shortages.
Iran, Saudi Arabia and the UAE enter surprising collaborative effort into the BRICS blog empowering it further from already representing 40% of the world’s population.
Militia clashes involving neighboring countries are threatening stability in Libya, U.N. official said, while U.S. is eyeing Wagner groups’ activities in the region.
Two pro-military parties with links to outgoing Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha joins government coalition as Thai election winner The Move Forward Party is left out.