• By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    SMALL CROWDS, HEAVY SECURITY: US BRACES FOR PRO-TRUMP VIOLENCE

    US law enforcement agencies had warned of violent protests across the country before Joe Biden's inauguration.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    DRC HONOURS PATRICE LUMUMBA 60 YEARS AFTER HIS ASSASSINATION

    President Felix Tshisekedi pays tribute to firebrand politician at Kinshasa site where memorial is to be installed.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    SOUTH AFRICA STRUGGLES AGAINST ‘RELENTLESS' COVID-19 SURGE

    Hospitals overrun as infections spiral, prompting authorities to tighten coronavirus restrictions.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    BRAZIL APPROVES TWO COVID VACCINES FOR EMERGENCY USE

    Health regulator authorises emergency use of Sinovac, AstraZeneca vaccines amid pandemic's devastating second wave.

    Health, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    TUNISIA ARRESTS DOZENS AS PROTESTS BREAK OUT FOR SECOND NIGHT

    Tunisian authorities say they arrested at least 240 youths as violent clashes between police and protesters broke out.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    HOW LONG WILL UGANDA'S YOWERI MUSEVENI HOLD ON TO POWER?

    Longtime president has won a sixth term but is accused of cracking down on his opponents and critics.

    TV Shows
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    POLICE DETAIN KREMLIN CRITIC NAVALNY ON RETURN TO RUSSIA

    Opposition figure Alexey Navalny arrested at passport control after flying back to Russia from Germany.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    MESUT OZIL CONFIRMS LEAVING ARSENAL FOR TURKEY'S FENERBAHCE

    German midfielder says he is fit to play despite missing nearly a year of football.

    Sports
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    HONDURANS REMAIN HOPEFUL DESPITE GUATEMALA CRACKDOWN ON CARAVAN

    Security forces are blocking thousands of migrants and asylum seekers fleeing hurricane destruction and unemployment.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    SEVERAL DEAD AS FREIGHT SHIP SINKS OFF TURKEY'S BLACK SEA COAST

    Three out of 13 crew members dead, six rescued after a Palau-flagged cargo ship sinks in bad weather in the Black Sea.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    VP-ELECT KAMALA HARRIS TO RESIGN US SENATE SEAT ON MONDAY

    Harris will leave the Senate chamber two days before she is inaugurated as US vice president on January 20.

    Election, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    ISRAEL TO START VACCINATING PRISONERS, INCLUDING PALESTINIANS

    Announcement comes as Israel faces calls to provide jabs for millions of Palestinians in occupied West Bank and Gaza.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    UN TROOPS RECAPTURE CAR CITY FROM ARMED GROUPS

    Fighters abandoned their positions in Bangassou, a town they captured on January 3, after ultimatum from peacekeepers.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    KREMLIN CRITIC NAVALNY HEADS HOME TO RUSSIA DESPITE ARREST RISK

    Alexey Navalny, who was in Germany for five months after he was poisoned, faces immediate arrest on return to Russia.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    WHAT NEXT FOR UGANDA'S OPPOSITION AFTER MUSEVENI'S DISPUTED WIN?

    Opposition leaders reject election results as longtime President Museveni says government will not tolerate 'riots'.

    Election, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    A POST-TRUMP PALESTINE

    Palestinians should stop hoping for change of policy in Washington and move forward with their struggle for freedom.

    Opinions
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS ALONE CANNOT SOLVE CAR'S MYRIAD PROBLEMS

    The Central African Republic needs to go through a thorough process of reconciliation.

    Election, Opinions
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    THE PLIGHT OF THE WILD ATLANTIC SALMON

    How climate change, ocean warming and fish farms are affecting the life cycle of this dangerously threatened species.

    Cycling, Features
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    DECADE AFTER REVOLUTION, TUNISIA'S WOMEN FACE UPHILL BATTLE

    After securing historic gains, the political engagement and representation of Tunisian women is now waning alarmingly.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jan 17, 2021

    UNCERTAINTY AS PALESTINE'S ABBAS ANNOUNCES ELECTIONS

    Important hurdles, including disagreement between Hamas and Fatah, threaten to derail the vote, the first since 2006.

    Election, News