ISIL in Afghanistan claimed a deadly bomb attack against the Hazara minority in a mosque.
At Facebook, a whistleblower goes public amid a disastrous service outage. And in Egypt, online influencers under fire.
The spokesman for the Taliban’s ministry of foreign affairs discusses the group’s rise to power in Afghanistan.
The Asian Development Bank and the UK's Prudential are developing a $120bn plan to buy coal plants in Asia.
Paris is accused of abandoning Bamako in its fight against armed groups in the Sahel region.
Best of the week and behind the scenes.
WHO approves the first jab against malaria for widespread use among children in Africa.
Long-simmering conflicts between the progressive and centrist wings of the Democratic Party are boiling over.
Voters in the pandemic-ravaged country want a leader who will get COVID-19 under control and restart the economy.
Gas and electricity prices hit record highs in Europe as energy supplies run low in advance of winter.
The Stream also looks at Venezuela's currency overhaul and divisions in Tunisia.
Global outage is the company's latest headache, as whistleblower accuses it of putting profits above safety and privacy.
A new Fault Lines film investigates the racist legacy of non-unanimous juries.
The French president questioned the existence of 'an Algeria nation' before the colonial era.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has announced he is retiring from politics.
A conversation with the singer about her music and activism.