- Covid: Palestinians cancel vaccine swap deal with Israel
Israel was to hand over more than one million jabs but Palestinians said they were too close to expiry.
- Australia takes wine dispute with China to WTO
China accuses Australia of an illegal trade practice, but Australia believes the motive is political.
- Milkha Singh: India's 'Flying Sikh' dies from Covid
The country's most famous athlete ran for his life as a child and then ran to win medals.
- Myanmar coup: UN calls for arms embargo against military
In a rare move, the UN condemns the overthrowing of Aung San Suu Kyi and calls for an arms embargo.
- Abortion rights: US Catholic bishops face clash with Biden
US Catholic leaders begin a process that may call for the president to be barred from Holy Communion.
- Armenia's war defeat prompts bitter vote on rebuilding country
After a fierce campaign, the election will decide the country's post-war future.
- North Korea: Why doesn't it have enough food this year?
The country's leader Kim Jong-un has warned of shortages - what do we know about the food situation?
- France's Le Pen on track for regional power with an eye on presidency
France's far-right National Rally party looks set to top Sunday's first round regional vote.
- Myanmar: Who are the ethnic armies training protesters?
Many protesters are being trained by ethnic armed groups - can they eventually topple the junta?
- Lisbon gave protesters' data to foreign embassies
Data was illegally shared in 52 cases in 2018-19, with reports citing embassies of China and Russia.
- Life in lockdown: The pandemic through our eyes
From freshman college to new life and loss, three young photographers document their pandemic year.
- Coronavirus: Setback for EU in legal fight with AstraZeneca
But the drug-maker faces hefty fines if it fails to supply doses of Covid-19 vaccine over the summer.
- Iranians vote in presidential election marred by disqualification row
All but one of the four candidates to succeed Hassan Rouhani are regarded as hardliners.
- Shanghai gallery removes exhibit ranking women 'prettiest to ugliest'
The gallery in Shanghai pulls the video piece "Uglier and Uglier" after a backlash.
- Portland riots: Police crowd-control team resigns after officer indicted
The officer in the Portland crowd-control team faces an assault charge after last year's race riots.