• By Al Jazeera   -   May 27, 2018

    COLOMBIA ELECTIONS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

    Colombians choose a new president on Sunday amid concerns about corruption, peace and the Venezuela crisis.

    Election
  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    KENYA'S OGIEK CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY OF LANDMARK RIGHTS RULING

    Hundreds gather in Njoro to mark ruling that recognised the Ogiek peoples' rights to land, religion and culture.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    WHAT ARE US TROOPS DOING IN YEMEN?

    US politicians want to know whether there's an American connection to disappearance of hundreds of Yemeni prisoners.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    REAL MADRID BEAT LIVERPOOL TO WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

    The Spanish giants defeat Liverpool 3-1 in Kiev on Saturday to lift the most prestigious trophy in European football.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    PAKISTAN TO HOLD GENERAL ELECTIONS ON JULY 25

    President Mamnoon Hussain approves the date, as the government prepares to hand power over to caretaker administration.

    Election
  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    MOHAMMED BIN SALMAN AND THE GOLD RUSH OF SINGULARITY

    Japan's billionaire Masayoshi Son has sold the idea of singularity to Saudi Arabia. But is this investment a good idea?

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    WILL MODI'S POPULARITY HOLD OUT FOR NEXT YEAR'S INDIA ELECTIONS?

    Narendra Modi's combative tone has won him legions of admirers but a unifying opposition is confident the prime minister is on his...

    Election
  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    WHAT SHOULD WE MAKE OF THE EU RULING AGAINST RUSSIA'S GAZPROM?

    Russia's gas giant got away without paying a massive fine to the EU. Did Brussels make the wrong decision?

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    SCENES OF JOY AS IRELAND VOTES TO REPEAL ABORTION LAW

    Nearly two thirds of Irish vote to repeal the eight constitutional amendment in a referendum.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    ERDOGAN ASKS TURKS TO PROP UP LIRA AMID CURRENCY VOLATILITY

    The Turkish currency has lost about 20 percent of its value since the beginning of the year.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    US LAWMAKERS CALL PENTAGON TO PROBE TORTURE ALLEGATIONS IN YEMEN

    House of Representatives votes to require defence secretary to determine whether US troops were involved in torture.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    ANDARGACHEW TSIGE PARDONED BY ETHIOPIA

    Attorney general says decision for Andargachew Tsige's pardon was part of moves intended to 'widen political space'.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    ARCTIC ART: CANADA'S INUIT PEOPLE SCULPTURES TELL UNIQUE STORIES

    First Nations Inuit communities are turning to art to both make a living, and to maintain their way of life and to stay connected to...

    Art
  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    IS THE TRUMP-KIM SUMMIT A LOST CAUSE?

    As US President Donald Trump cancels much-awaited talks with North Korea's Kim Jong-un, we look at the regional impact.

    Donald Trump
  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    ABU DHABI'S PROBLEM WITH THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

    How the United Arab Emirates' broad definition of 'extremism' has impacted regional politics since 2011.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    GUATEMALA: A DISABLED WOMEN'S STRUGGLE FOR MORE INDEPENDENCE

    From transportation to building access, getting around in Guatemala City can be a struggle, when not downright dangerous, for disabled...

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    TIMELINE: MATCH-FIXING IN CRICKET

    A list of known major match-fixing and spot-fixing incidents that have taken place in recent time.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    ETHNIC CHIN REFUGEES UNSAFE IN MYANMAR, UNPROTECTED IN INDIA

    Many Chin refugees say they are fleeing religious persecution in Buddhist-majority Myanmar.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    PHILIPPINES: THOUSANDS STILL DISPLACED IN MARAWI

    The ISIL-inspired Maute group took control of Marawi last year, prompting thousands to flee and, a year after the fighting ended, many...

  • By Al Jazeera   -   May 26, 2018

    HEAT WAVE IN INDIA WORSENS WATER SHORTAGES

    Water tankers are being used across northern India, but low water rations are increasing the risk of waterborne illness, particularly...