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The Biden administration strikes a diplomatic tone despite damning findings.
In response to media furore, Emirati royal family says she is being cared for by family.
The woman has been known to New Zealand and Australian authorities 'for some time'.
New York Times: Israel's responsibilities as an occupying power are under scrutiny.
The sheikhdom is paying a heavy price at home and abroad for opening up to revellers.
Biden's plan to replace "America First" with "diplomacy first" will depend on US allies.
UN predicts widespread famine in Yemen due to the US designating rebels a terror group.
Middle East tensions are running high in the waning days of the Trump administration.
The head-on crash occurred about 400m north of the turnoff to Hikurangi town.
Israel's divided Government has collapsed, triggering yet another election.
Soldier an 'honourable man who did the wrong thing more than a decade ago,' MP says.
Imran's sister claimed the Prophet Mohammad had appeared to her and ordered he be killed.
Iranian state television said Ruhollah Zam, 47, was hanged early Saturday morning.
The remote weapon 'zoomed in' on scientist using facial recognition tech, Iran alleges.
Kaavan the elephant is heading to his new home at a sanctuary in Cambodia.
New York Times: Iran must now choose between revenge and pragmatism.
The military-style killing has renewed fears of Iran striking back against the US.
Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed in an ambush on the outskirts of Tehran.
Prosecution in Qatar says airport police acted illegally in conducting invasive searches.
A young Aussie has spoken about her traumatic experience at Doha Airport.
Australia's military leaders struggle to cope with the fallout from explosive report.
A bombshell report has alleged 39 Afghanis were unlawfully killed by Australian forces.
Officials say Abu Mohammed al-Masri was secretly killed by assassins in Iran in August.