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INPE data shows deforestation reached 9,762 square kilometers, up 29.5 percent, for the 12 months through July 2019.
'Attack' on ship towing South Korean drilling rig threatens vital shipping routes, Saudi spokesman says.
Riot police clear barricaded parliament entrances and surrounding territory after thousands rally for electoral reform.
The September 14 attack on Aramco has forced Saudi Arabia to revise its policies towards the region and the GCC.
Beijing's patience wanes as fierce battles escalate when riot police attempt to round up university occupiers.
Follow 101 East's investigation into a secretive Korean cult in Fiji as it built a business empire on exploitation.
According to Iraqi Human Rights Commission, about 8 million youths aged between 15 and 25 cannot read or write.
Pregnant women in India's capital are anxious about air pollution.
Thousands of allegations were shelved after investigation units were shut down by the UK government.
Reports by The New York Times and The Intercept on leaked intelligence cables appear to show Tehran's clout in Baghdad.
Al Jazeeraâ€™s correspondent Teresa Bo tear-gassed while reporting on protests in Bolivia.
More than 300 campaigners in 26 countries will refuse food for at least a week.
Protests began last month over lack of jobs and public services but have grown into calls for political system overhaul.
India has paid $800m over a year after it signed a $5bn deal to buy the missile systems, Russian firm Rostec says.
The Bloodhound LSR car is a combination of F1 car, fast jet, and spaceship. The supersonic car has now completed its phase of high-speed testing in South Africa.
How the Trump campaign is turning political troubles into fundraising gold.
Once part of US-trained SWAT teams in Iraq, Hussein Yasser Hassan got asylum in America but is now running for his life.
US singer said on social media he was racially targeted by an airline attendant, who he identified by name.
O'Neill captured London's Swinging 1960s, created iconic portraits of Elton John, Brigitte Bardot and Winston Churchill.
Diplomatic missions express concern over welfare of MP who disappeared after July interview critical of Khalifa Haftar.