Residents urged to avoid outdoor activities as strong winds bring in dust from northwest.
Top diplomat will arrive in Tokyo on Monday before heading to Seoul as he seeks to rebuild frayed alliances.
Prosecutor accuses Jeanine Anez and two of her ministers of sedition, terrorism and conspiracy for alleged 2019 coup.
Judge's decision opens door for former president to run in 2022 elections, but legal experts say many questions remain.
Appeal of woman's 30-year sentence for suspected abortion comes amid 'green wave' of decriminalisation in Latin America.
With the cryptocurrency hitting another record, demand for its virtual coins is only rising.
London's police commissioner says she will not resign, defends officers' actions dispersing a vigil for Sarah Everard.
Chancellor Merkel’s party heads for defeat months before a national vote on who will replace her.
Casualties 'drastically increasing', advocacy group says, as military gov't declares martial law over two Yangon areas.
US infectious disease expert's comments come as recent polls show high percentage of Republicans wary of vaccination.
Police use water cannon and batons to disperse anti-lockdown protesters from a field in The Hague.
Move comes after Israel recognised Kosovo's independence and means there are 3 countries with embassies in Jerusalem.
Polls include runoff votes in 49 districts and first-round voting in 69 districts where violence stopped December vote.
Law firm brings case alleging the wife of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad incited and encouraged 'terrorist' acts.
Safe spaces for women are shrinking, but increased policing will not solve the problem.
There is no consensus on how coronavirus vaccine passports should be used but many countries are exploring the idea.
International Court of Justice in The Hague is scheduled to start hearing the case between the neighbours on Monday.
Tests obtained by Al Jazeera show 14 days passed before jail criticised for its COVID safety protocols was informed.
Proposal to ban the burqa in Sri Lanka viewed by many as attempt to appease Sri Lanka's Buddhist majority.
Ten years after the start of the Syrian war, who’s still fighting whom? And is there an end in sight?