• By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    SAUDI STOCKS PLUMMET, DUBAI INDEX REBOUNDS FROM WORST DAY

    Budget release and oil price drop hurt Saudi stock index, as Dubai market recovers from worst regional performance.

    Market
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    DRC ELECTION: GOVERNOR BANS CAMPAIGNING IN CAPITAL KINSHASA

    Governor cites likelihood of violence and bans all public rallies, saying it applies to 'all presidential candidates'.

    Election
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    UN'S FOOD PROGRAMME TO CUT BACK AID TO THOUSANDS OF PALESTINIANS

    The move follows the slashing of US funding to humanitarian agencies working in Gaza Strip and West Bank.

    Food
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    EUROPE READIES FOR BREXIT WITHOUT DEAL AS UNCERTAINTY GROWS

    Many European companies planning for an economic shock in case the 'nightmare' scenario becomes real next year.

    Europ
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    US ACTIVIST LEADS FIGHT FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS' RIGHTS

    Ravi Ragbir, who is facing deportation from US, is organising an army of volunteers to help migrants that Trump is trying to stop from...

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    US WEIGHS COMPLETE WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS FROM SYRIA: US MEDIA

    Trump tweets that ISIL has been defeated in Syria, the 'only reason for being there during the Trump presidency'.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    SENATE OVERWHELMINGLY BACKS SWEEPING CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM BILL

    Legislation now goes to the House where it is expected to pass before being signed by President Donald Trump.

    Donald Trump
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    SOUTH AFRICA POLICE ISSUE ARREST WARRANT FOR GRACE MUGABE

    Wife of former Zimbabwe president allegedly attacked model Gabriella Engels in a luxury hotel suite in Johannesburg.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    COX'S BAZAR: ROHINGYA CAMP TO BE HARDEST HIT BY CLIMATE CHANGE

    Deforestation and degradation will see the Bangladesh land that hosts refugees suffer further from temperature rise.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    RUSSSIAN PIPELINE IN EUROPE FACES FINAL HURDLE

    Denmark's consent required before final section of controversial pipeline can be completed but opinion there is divided

    Europ
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    DECIPHERING THE EXTREMISM NARRATIVE

    The language of terrorism, radicalisation and extremism has become racially charged.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    THE GOOD AND THE BAD IN THE NEW PEACE AGREEMENT ON YEMEN

    The Stockholm Agreement marks a much-needed breakthrough on Yemen, but there are major issues with its provisions.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    YEMEN'S WARRING PARTIES ACCUSE EACH OTHER OF VIOLATING CEASEFIRE

    Both sides lay blame on each other for clashes on first day of UN-brokered truce in strategic port city of Hodeidah.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    FACEBOOK GIVES COMPANIES ACCESS TO USERS' PRIVATE MESSAGES: NYT

    Facebook gave large tech companies access to users' data, including private messages, New York Times reports.

    Tech
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    NICARAGUA PUSHES TO SILENCE CRITICS AMID US SANCTIONS THREAT

    A tense calm returns to Nicaragua, but the anger that sparked months of protests is still hanging in the air.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    CHRISTMAS IN BETHLEHEM: CONTROLLING THE NARRATIVE THROUGH TOURISM

    Israel's monopoly on the tourism industry directly contributes to normalisation of the occupation, tour guides say.

    Industry
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    INSIDE TAJIKISTAN: A HISTORY OF MUSIC AND STORYTELLING

    We meet Tajik musicians holding on to their musical roots as they try to keep their centuries-old tradition alive.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    SAUDI OUTREACH TO ISRAEL 'FACES SETBACKS' AFTER KHASHOGGI CRISIS

    WSJ says Saudi effort to forge ties with Israel is sputtering after crown prince was implicated in journalist's murder.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    NIGERIA'S FORMER DEFENCE CHIEF KILLED AMID GROWING INSECURITY

    Air Marshall Alex Badeh shot dead as authorities struggle with increasing levels of violence in oil-rich Niger Delta.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 19, 2018

    QATAR NATIONAL DAY 2018

    'As long as it was proven by our deeds, Qatar will remain free,' was this year's slogan.