Global - BERITA TERKINI
When the UN watched a massacre unfold in Croatia
Twenty years on, a UN peacekeeper returns to the scene of a massacre and asks if his unit should have intervened.
Nigeria: One year on, has Buhari lived up to promises?
Before taking office, the Nigerian president had pledged to weaken Boko Haram, tackle corruption and improve economy.
Deadly fire rips through Ukrainian home for elderly
At least 17 killed after blaze tears through makeshift shelter for the elderly in capital Kiev, emergency officials say.
Rare success story of wildlife protection in Kenya
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy shows how conservation and community are bucking the poaching trend that kills thousands.
More storms expected as lightning strikes in Europe
One fatality and many injuries as severe thunderstorms break out across the continent.
Final assault on ISIL-held Fallujah imminent: army
Rights groups sound alarm for 50,000 civilians inside city as special forces await orders to launch all-out attack.
UN: More than 700 refugees feared drowned off Italy
UN refugee agency says hundreds of people may have died in three separate shipwrecks in recent days.
Noorjahan Akbar: What the future holds for Afghan women
Al Jazeera speaks to Noorjahan Akbar, a human rights activist, about the immense challenges facing Afghan women
Russia's draft constitution: End of Syria's Baath era?
The makeshift constitution is the latest effort to model post-conflict Syria in the Russian vision.
Racist ad row: Chinese company blames foreign media
Shanghai Leishang Cosmetics says sorry for harm caused by foreign media's "over-amplification" of ad.