Tax authorities in India raided several offices of one of the world's biggest-selling newspapers on Thursday, a move journalists and leading opposition politicians described as an attack on press freedom.
More than two thirds of India's population may have Covid-19 antibodies, according to a new serological survey released Tuesday, providing yet more evidence the virus may have spread far more widely than official figures suggest.
Three rockets landed in two different areas near the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan on Tuesday morning, as President Ashraf Ghani joined other high ranking officials for prayers to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.
When there's news out of Jerusalem, reports often point to recent history to explain how such a complex web of communities came to reside in the Holy City. But as historians describe in the CNN Original Series "Jerusalem: City of Faith and Fury," the capital's history of religious and political tension reaches far beyond the 20th century. It goes back millennia.
A Palestinian campaign against the settlement of Givat Evyatar had been going on for two months when settlers left. The locals call their protest Irbak al Layli, usually translated as "night confusion" -- disruption techniques taken from Gaza. The Israeli army calls them violent riots.
The Middle East and North Africa is witnessing a surge in Covid-19 cases aggravated by the Delta variant of the virus -- and it may get worse over coming weeks -- according to the World Health Organization (WHO).