US President unhappy with Iran nuclear deal but has not signalled he will abandon it.
Suicide bomber kills three after blowing himself up near the main cricket stadium in Kabul.
Buildings shook and windows broke as residents panicked following sonic booms in Lebanon.
The Syrian army says Israeli jets have attacked a military base, killing two soldiers.
TV commentator's joy matched by thousands in Damascus as Syria's Fifa World Cup dream kept alive.
Islamic State is increasingly urging women to fight its battles, in a bid to boost its ranks.
Israeli PM's former housekeeper leading the protests to take him down.
Eleven-man crew rescued from sinking cargo vessel after it broke in two in the Black Sea.
Iraqi forces have retaken another stronghold of the Islamic State.
Her bruised eyes still swollen shut, little Yemeni girl doesn't yet know her family has been killed.
The US Black Hawk helicopter crashed off the southern coast of Yemen.
OPINION: In Yemen's war-torn classrooms, books and pencils are being replaced by mortars and automatic weapons.
Transgender woman and her friend were eating in a food court in Abu Dhabi when they were arrested.
The boy's rendition of the Macarena made him a social media star, but not a friend of the police.
Reports say dozens are wounded in the hotel attack north of the capital Sanaa.
The Govt is due to decide on a request from Nato, but no combat request has been made from the US.
NZ soldiers helped collect biometric data for a controversial programme the public was never told about.
Our soldiers should have left Afghanistan sooner, says the PM who launched NZ's decade-long deployment.
US president's plans to use some of the country's US$1 trillion in mineral wealth to pay for the war are unlikely to happen.
Calls for apology and punishment over firefight at centre of one of NZ's proudest military episodes.
Paula Penfold goes to a land where women are subservient, controlled and, on the streets, almost invisible.
Iran's president warns it could ramp up nuclear programme if US continues "threats and sanctions''.
Up to 50 African migrants reportedly pushed off boat when smuggler saw authorities approaching.
In many circles in Gaza, it is hard to find anyone in their 20s with real employment, with a monthly salary.
Israeli government says broadcaster incites violence as it seeks to join Arab states in banning it.
The scale of destruction and depth of suffering is mind-blowing. It is hard to imagine life in these conditions.
Anthony Maturin exposed the suffering and hardship of people through the lens of his camera.
Three women and six children from the same family die in dawn attack on their home in Yemen.
Keen on his own border wall, the US president is now immortalised on its Bethlehem "brother".
Fire that engulfed one of the world's tallest residential towers in Dubai is brought under control.