In this week's show we head to Afghanistan, where women are struggling more than ever to access healthcare, amid tight restrictions under Sharia law imposed by the Taliban. We have a special report from our correspondents. Next, India's top court hears a landmark case brought by same-sex couples seeking a right to legally marry their partners.
Education Minister Bettina Stark-Watzinger is the first German cabinet member to arrive in Taiwan in decades. The decision comes amid tensions with mainland China, as Beijing issues a diplomatic complaint over the visit.
Dozens of pro-democracy figures have been charged with "conspiracy to commit subversion" and are facing possible life sentences. Their trial opened two years after the initial arrests.
10 Jun 2022
At a UN General Assembly meeting, China and Russia explained their vetoes of a proposal that would have imposed new sanctions on North Korea.
25 Mar 2022
The three leaders discussed food security in Cairo as the Russian invasion of Ukraine sparks concerns about economic stability. Israel is also seeking to strengthen its alliances against Iran.
3 Dec 2021
A historic trial against members of Bashar al-Asad's regime has moved on to its main defendant. Germany is holding the trial under the principle of universal jurisdiction.
COVID-19 hit Trump doing 'very well' in hospital, GSM users hit 203 million, MTN, Airtel lead growth and more
3 Oct 2020
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