A tale of two camps: Refugees in Greece face dramatically different experiences, depending on which camp they end up in, reports Katja Lihtenvalner.
As Palestinians mark Palestinian Prisoners Day, rights groups have said Israeli security forces have detained around one million Palestinians since the Jewish state was established in 1948.
Explainer: The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is in a difficult position, with its scientists and experts undertaking a dangerous mission in an ongoing war zone.
Lebanon marks 42 years since civil war erupted in the country, but 17,000 civilians still remain missing or unaccounted for.
A gunman opened fire at an elementary school in the California city of San Bernardino on Monday, killing one woman and wounding two students before turning the gun on himself.
The parents of Giulio Regeni, who was tortured to death in Egypt last year, appealed to Pope Francis to raise their son's killing during his Cairo visit this month.
Notable 'absence of Houthi slogans' reported as Yemenis protest the second anniversary of Saudi-led coalition's military campaign.
The court found President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi guilty of 'instigating attacks by Saudi Arabia' and 'undermining the independence and integrity of the Republic of Yemen.'
Italy's foreign minister has asked his Egyptian counterpart "in a clear and frank way" to send all documents relating to the torture and murder of Italian PhD candidate Giulio Regeni.
Belgium police have foiled a car ramming incident in Antwerp, a day after a British man drove a car into crowds close to London's Westminster.