• By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    PRO-GOVERNMENT FIGHTERS MOVE INTO SYRIA'S AFRIN

    Convoy with 20 vehicles and dozens of fighters enters the besieged Kurdish-held region amid Turkey's offensive.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    CONCERNS OVER LAOS DAM'S ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

    The first dam on the lower Mekong River may start generating electricity earlier than expected. The controversial Don Sahong dam is...

    Economy
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    MAPPING AFRICA'S NATURAL RESOURCES

    An overview of the continent's main natural resources.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    THE RISE AND FALL OF MIKHEIL SAAKASHVILI

    The Saakashvili saga exemplifies how easily one can stray from democratic promise to semi-authoritarian rabble rousing.

    Democrats
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    UNNATURAL BORN KILLERS: SLAUGHTER OF AMERICAN INNOCENCE

    What is really at the root of madness of regular gun violence in the United States?

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    GONABADI DERVISH PROTEST LEAVES 5 DEAD IN TEHRAN

    More than 300 arrests made after five security forces killed in clashes in Tehran involving Sufi Muslims, reports say.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    SYRIAN NATIONAL COALITION: GHOUTA BEING 'EXTERMINATED'

    With humanitarian conditions spiralling out of control, the UN and the Syrian opposition are increasingly alarmed at the situation...

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    IRAQIS VOLUNTEERS TO REBUILD THEIR WAR-TORN COUNTRY

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  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    THE INDONESIAN TRIBE THAT REJECTS TECHNOLOGY

    The Baduy practice seclusion to protect their ancient traditions, but things are changing.

    Technology
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    STUDENTS LEAD PROTESTS AGAINST GUN VIOLENCE IN US

    Young people and their families demand stricter gun control laws after mass shooting at Florida school leaves 17 dead.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    PALMREADERS: WOULD YOU RECEIVE EMOJIS ON YOUR SKIN?

    Palmreading could take on a whole new meaning with an ultra-thin display and monitor that can be stuck to the body.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    TALK OF MILITARY INTERVENTION IN VENEZUELA IS ABSURD

    Despite attempts by warmongers to distort reality, a peaceful solution to the Venezuelan crisis is still a possibility.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    TRUDEAU IN INDIA: DID MODI GOVERNMENT SNUB CANADIAN PM?

    Allegations that Canada backs Sikh separatist groups overshadows Trudeau's first trip to India as prime minister.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    CYCLONE GITA SLAMS NEW ZEALAND

    A week after devastating Tonga, storm brings record rainfall to the South Island.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    MEXICO ELECTION: INDEPENDENTS SEEK TO SHAKE UP PRESIDENTIAL RACE

    Mexico's political parties have officially nominated their presidential candidates, who will face off in the July 1 election to succeed...

    Election
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    UNICEF: ONE MILLION CHILDREN DIE THE DAY THEY ARE BORN

    Pakistan, CAR and Afghanistan are the hardest hit as UN agency says the world is failing newborns.

    World
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    CAN TRUMP REALLY DRAIN 'THE SWAMP' IN WASHINGTON DC?

    More than a year has passed since Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp", but many question whether he is making good on that campaign...

    Donald Trump
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    MOGADISHU'S BAKARA MARKET ON STRIKE OVER NEW GOVERNMENT TAX

    Businesses in Somalia's largest open-air market have boycotted trade over the introduction of a five percent sales tax.

    Market
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    WHAT IS VENEZUELA'S NEW PETRO CRYPTOCURRENCY?

    Venezuela launches the pre-sale of a new commodity-back digital currency. We explain how it will work.

  • By Al Jazeera   -   Feb 20, 2018

    ROHINGYA NEED AN 'AUTONOMOUS REGION', NOT REPATRIATION

    UK-based activists, who hail from opposite sides of Myanmar conflict, on why Rohingya repatriation plan is not solution.