Court orders Israeli airline to cancel gender bias policy
Some ultra-Orthodox Jews observe a Jewish law that requires a strict separation between men and women.
NATO to help build security institutions in Libya: Stoltenberg
Jens Stoltenberg made the remarks after meeting with Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj.
Trump says he prefers rich person in charge of economy
The U.S. president says that’s the “thinking’ his country needs.
First time in 43 years, UK snap election denies Queen Elizabeth traditional grandness
The monarch also travelled by car instead of the traditional horse-driven carriage to deliver her speech.
Egypt sends fuel for Gaza power plant as Hamas links thaw
The delivery is a sign of improved relations between Hamas and Egypt.
New heir, 11 other decrees issued by Saudi Arabia’s King Salman (FULL LIST)
The Saudi monarch appointed his son heir to the throne.
Israel threatens to use strength if war breaks out again with Lebanon
“If war breaks out in the north, we have to open with all our strength from the start.”
Saudi King removes nephew, appoints son as successor
According to the decree, the former crown prince was also fired from his post as interior minister.
Israel ignores UN, begins construction on new West Bank settlement
The new settlement will be the first official one since 1991, Peace Now said.
Woman gang-raped, thrown from car near Indian capital
The woman, aged around 35, was abducted by the men from New Delhi’s satellite city of Gurgaon
Australia halts Syria airstrikes following Russia warning
Australia is a member of the U.S.-led coalition.
White House correspondents’ chief wins top award for standing firm despite Donald Trump’s challenge
The Freedom of Speech laureate says “Even in strong, established democracies reporters’ rights must be fought for”.
Death toll in London tower block fire rises to 79 – Police
Five of the dead had been formally identified, the police said.
Jet downing: Russia suspends cooperation with U.S., to target American coalition aircraft
A U.S.-led coalition shot down a Syrian jet on Sunday.
Ten injured in ‘terror attack’ on Muslims in London
An Imam prevented the attacker from being lynched.
France elects 233 record number of women to parliament
Female representation in the National Assembly has risen from 12.3 per cent in 2002 to 38.6 per cent.
Iran fires missiles at militant groups in eastern Syria
The missiles targeted the “headquarters and gathering centres of Takfiri terrorists supporting and building car bombs.”
“Clinging to Power,” Theresa May dares Queen Elizabeth
It means the Tories can dodge controversial Commons votes which could topple the PM until after Brexit.