The Saudi leader will hold talks with President el-Sisi before heading to Jordan and Turkey as part of his tour.
How India balances domestic needs with rice exports could prove the difference between food security and hunger.
Political observers believe the arrest of Rajah and Atul Gupta could be a turning point for the country.
Britain's biggest rail strike in 30 years kicked off on Tuesday as tens of thousands of staff walked out in a dispute over pay and jobs that could
Ukraine faces an increasingly grim fight in the Luhansk region, where Ukrainian officials warn Russia is staging heavy military equipment.
South Korea has launched its first domestically built space rocket in the second attempt after an earlier liftoff failed to place the payload into orbit
Refugee groups in Japan hope its support for Ukrainians could serve as a model for future humanitarian crises and conflicts, but the path forward remains unclear.
Britain's Prince William turns 40 and actor Juliette Lewis turns 49, among the famous birthdays for June 21.
When Syrian refugee Fadel Alkhudr arrived in Germany in 2015, the first thing he saw when he stepped out of the train in Cologne was the city’s majestic cathedral
On June 21, 2005, a Mississippi jury convicted 80-year-old former KKK leader Edgar Ray Killen of manslaughter in the 1964 killings of three civil rights workers.
Some staff who tried to expose alleged abuse and wrongdoing say they were penalised or even sacked.
Berta Cáceres led protests against a dam project in Honduras before being shot dead in her home.