Seven former Muslim rebels have been killed in the southern Philippines.
A civil war between Houthi rebels and a Saudi-backed government has led to spiraling food prices. DW’s Nicolas Martin writes that as more people face starvation, aid groups warn the crisis could trigger the world’s worst famine in 100 years.
South Sudanese rebels will sign comprehensive draft of a peace deal with the Juba.
Philippine soldiers backed by armoured vehicles have retaken a southern town.
Talks between the Syrian opposition and Russian negotiators to reach a ceasefire.
Colombia’s President-elect Ivan Duque, who swept aside Gustavo Petro, pledges to unite his South American nation.
Gen Bun Hieng vows to suppress any US nationals tied to a colour revolution attempt.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he had set a 60-day timeframe for peace talks with communist guerrillas.
Thousands of Syrian rebels and civilians arrive in opposition territory.
The Syrian government moved closer to ending rebel resistance in eastern Ghouta.
Al-Assad filming himself driving to meet frontline soldiers near Damascus.
Turkish-backed Syrian rebels have taken “total” control of the center of Afrin.
Rebels battle to retake territory seized in a devastating regime assault.
It is, in the American law, the ability of senior officials to deny knowledge of or responsibility for any damnable actions committed by others in an organizational hierarchy.
CNRP deputy president Mu Sochua leaves the country after Hun Sen announces arrests of politicians he claims are behind a plot.
Prime Minister Hun Sen vows to track down and arrest “rebels” attempting to start a colour revolution in the country.
Philippine troops fighting Islamic State-linked rebels encounter armed women and children.