Dozens of California students and parents are stranded in Afghanistan after taking a summer trip to the country.
Taliban official says children among the dead, several other people wounded in explosions in Afghan capital.
Government says 48 hours of national mourning to be observed after 37 people are killed by suspected rebels.
Thousands of Afghans desperate to leave the country thronged Kabul airport where five people were killed on Monday after Taliban fighters seized the capital, prompting the US military to suspend evacuations to clear the airfield.
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China’s factory activity growth slipped sharply in July as demand contracted for the first time in more than a year.
The China-led project has angered Bosnian officials, who argue it violates the state’s access to open waters.
Japanese capital registers nearly 3,000 new infections, bringing its total to more than 200,000 since the start of the pandemic.
Al Jazeera Media Network dubs closure of its office in Tunis a ‘troubling escalation’ that will impede coverage of events in the country.
‘Green Pass’ programme only allows people vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 to enter some public spaces.
President Xi Jinping says situation “extremely severe” after city of Zhengzhou saw a year’s worth of rain in just three days.
The world’s biggest maker of healthcare products reported net income of $6.28bn in the second quarter, up from $3.63bn a year earlier.
Pacific Gas & Electric says a blown conductor may have caused the currently burning Dixie Fire.
Ethiopia’s eight-month-old conflict expands as Tigrayan fighters cross into neighbouring Afar region.
The third donation of COVID-19 vaccine doses from Japan touched down July 15 in Taiwan, reaffirming the strength of friendship and relations between the two sides, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.