• By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    TUNISIA TRADE UNION ‘NO LONGER ACCEPTS' PRESIDENT'S AGENDA

    The powerful UGTT says it will oppose Kais Saied's reforms and defend freedoms 'whatever the cost.'

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    VINCENT ABOUBAKAR: TALKER, SCORER OF HISTORIC GOALS, AFRICAN ICON

    The Cameroonian captain and forward finally earned his stripes on the biggest stage.

    Sports
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    IRAN SAYS MORE THAN 200 KILLED IN COUNTRY'S CONTINUING UNREST

    Iran interior ministry's state security council provides its first death toll relating to months-long protests.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    US ADDS WAGNER MERCENARIES TO BLACKLIST FOR RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION

    US State Department says it 'will not stand by' in the face of a crackdown on religious freedoms.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    SCHOOL GIVES AUTISTIC CHINESE YOUTH A VOICE

    Support has improved in China for children with autism, but millions still need access to behavioural therapy, education

    Gallery
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    THE FIVE MOST FAMOUS WORLD CUP PENALTY SHOOTOUTS

    Of the 30 penalty shootouts in a World Cup, only twice has the World Cup final itself come down to it .

    World, Sports
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    ELEVEN SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR KILLING CONSERVATIONIST IN TANZANIA

    Wayne Lotter, who was murdered in Dar es Salaam in 2017, may have been killed because of his anti-poaching activities.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    UVALDE SCHOOL SHOOTING VICTIMS SEEK $27BN IN CLASS-ACTION LAWSUIT

    US lawsuit says officials failed to follow active attacker protocol as they waited too long to confront the attacker.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    GUNS N' ROSES SUES ONLINE GUN SHOP FOR APPROPRIATING NAME

    One of the most successful rock bands of all time said it does not want to be 'associated with a firearms retailer'.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    PHOTOS: UKRAINIANS FACE HARDSHIP IN RECAPTURED KHERSON

    Kherson residents undergo almost daily power outages, water shortages, and deadly shelling.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    KENYA'S RUTO SUSPENDS OFFICIALS WHO DISPUTED AUGUST POLL VICTORY

    President William Ruto also formed a panel to investigate whether the four election commissioners should be removed.

    Election, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    I EXPOSED NAZIS - I KNOW IT'S TIME TO CALL OUT TRUMP

    Trump's meeting with open anti-Semites should disqualify him from the 2024 race. That it won't reflects on the GOP.

    Opinions
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    DIVSIONS REMAIN ON PLASTICS TREATY AS UN TALKS CLOSE IN URUGUAY

    First round of negotiations aimed at crafting the first legally binding agreement on plastics ends in Punta del Este.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    THE WORLD CUP 2022 IN NUMBERS

    The story of the World Cup so far, through statistics.

    World, Sports
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    PROTESTS IN CHINA: THE BLANK SHEETS TELL A TALE

    Chinese protesters push back against stifling zero-COVID policies. Plus, art in times of turmoil in Sri Lanka.

    Art, TV Shows
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    NETHERLANDS VS USA PREDICTIONS: WORLD CUP 2022

    Al Jazeera's AI robot Kashef has crunched the numbers and churned out some predictions for today's game.

    World, Sports
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    PEOPLE TRY TO STEAL BANKSY MURAL OF GAS-MASKED WOMAN IN UKRAINE

    Police arrest a group of individuals who attempted to slice the mural off a war-damaged wall in the city of Hostomel.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    UN STILL AWAITING FULL ACCESS TO BRING AID TO ‘DESPERATE' TIGRAY

    World Health Organization says peace process has not yet allowed medical aid to reach all of Ethiopia's northern region.

    Health, World, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR: LIST OF KEY EVENTS, DAY 283

    As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 283rd day, we take a look at the main developments.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Dec 3, 2022

    WHY ARE WORKERS GOING ON STRIKE AROUND THE WORLD?

    A growing number of strikes and labour protests is threatening industries all over the world.

    World, Industry, TV Shows