• By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    TILLERSON VISITS QATAR IN NEW PUSH TO END GULF CRISIS

    Top US diplomat arrives in Doha after visit in Saudi Arabia as part of renewed efforts to resolve GCC diplomatic rift.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    HAMAS: NO RIFT WITH QATAR OVER FATAH RECONCILIATION

    Group brushes off talk of tension and praises Qatar for 'pioneering role' in improving lives of Palestinians in Gaza.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    RAILA ODINGA SAYS HE WILL NOT RECOGNISE KENYATTA WIN

    Opposition leader rules out contesting the outcome of Thursday's vote in court, calling it 'a waste of time'.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    WHEN A RUSSIAN LOVES A UKRAINIAN

    A film and a real-life story highlight the very different reactions of authorities to a Russian-Ukrainian love affair.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    LOMBARDY AND VENETO SEEK GREATER AUTONOMY

    Lombardy and Veneto vote in a non-binding referendums to gain more control over its financial affairs.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    SANTIAGO MALDONADO€™S DEATH OVERSHADOWS ELECTIONS

    Analysts say the disappearance of the indigenous rights activist could sway Argentina's midterm elections on Sunday.

    Election
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    PALESTINIAN HUNGER STRIKER'S HEALTH 'DETERIORATING'

    Hassan Showkan's case highlights the plight of administrative detainees in Israeli prisons, his family says.

    Health
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    AUSTRALIA'S MINE GAMES

    A fierce battle is playing out in Australia over what could become one of the world’s biggest coal mines.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    HYDRO-ECONOMICS: EGYPT, ETHIOPIA AND THE NILE

    A look at the ongoing dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and its impact on the world's longest river.

    World
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    COVERT OPERATIONS: HOW THE CIA WORKS WITH HOLLYWOOD

    Examining the US government's relationship with Hollywood and how the CIA attempts to shape its on-screen image.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    JIMMY CARTER SAYS I WOULD GO TO NORTH KOREA: NYT

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    CHINA NEEDS TO CREATE 15 MILLION JOBS EVERY YEAR

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    TOTAL VICTORY DECLARED IN MARAWI OVER ISIL

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    SUDAN'S FORGOTTEN FILMS

    Two elderly men in Sudan race to save the national film archive, as reels of rare footage disintegrate in its vaults.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    WHO SCRAPS APPOINTMENT OF ROBERT MUGABE AS AMBASSADOR

    Following widespread criticism, World Health Organization reverses decision to appoint Zimbabwe president.

    World, Health
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    JAPAN'S PM SHINZO ABE POISED TO WIN SNAP ELECTION

    A resounding majority could pave the way for the Japanese leader to revise the country's pacifist constitution.

    Election
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    MOGADISHU: 11 KILLED WEEK AFTER DEADLIEST BLAST

    Roadside bomb attack kills 11 people, including women, days after more than 350 lost their lives in Somali city.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    RUSSIAN OPPOSITION LEADER NAVALNY RELEASED FROM JAIL

    Navalny was arrested last month as he prepared to travel to the city of Nizhny Novgorod to lead a rally.

    Travel
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    NORTH KOREA TENSIONS: ALL THE LATEST UPDATES

    All the developments since the UN tightened sanctions on August 4.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Oct 22, 2017

    SYRIANS BUILD NEW LIVES IN POST-CONFLICT ABKHAZIA

    When the Syrian war began, the government of Abkhazia moved to bring ethnically Abkhaz-Syrians back to their homeland.