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Military spokesperson says army seeks to 'pacify a degenerating, social, and economic situation' in the country.
Southeast Asian leader skirt the issues of the Rohingya plight and the Philippines' drug campaign in summit meetings.
A gunman killed at least four people and injured 10 others in a shooting spree in northern California.
Human Rights Watch calls army probe that found no Rohingya civilians were killed in brutal crackdown a 'whitewash'.
The emir of Qatar says he is ready to talk but that blockading countries have no desire to.
Secret journal shows mastermind of September 11, 2001, attacks on America as engaged commentator, not strategic thinker.
Freedom House report blames governments for using a range of tools to strangle the idealistic potential of the internet.
Qatar's investment in Turkey exceeds $20bn, the second highest by any country.
Adrian Bonenberger was deployed to Afghanistan twice. His PTSD is only one remnant of the war he witnessed.
Activists slam Israel's decision to prevent entry of seven French officials into Israel owing to their support of BDS.
More than 70,000 people have been left homeless after 7.3 quake hits Iran's western region and neighbouring Iraq.
Immigrants who came to the US through the programme say they're disheartened by Trump's call to end it.
UN says it is concerned by attack on Sanaa airport, which was already being starved of aid shipments.
Legislation seeks to ensure US financial aid to Israel doesn't contribute to 'ill treatment' of Palestinian children.
Ruling party's youth league 'ready to die' for Mugabe after army threatens to step in if purge of war veterans goes on.
Tweet comes after talks in Riyadh with visiting Lebanese Maronite patriarch amid intense speculation over his situation.
Military confrontation with the communist nation would lead to a 'nuclear holocaust', President Rodrigo Duterte warns.
MONUSCO statement comes on the eve of expected anti-government demonstrations called by opposition and rights groups.
Or how Mohamed bin Salman pulled off a spectacular power grab in just three acts.
Al Jazeera spoke to those who knew the man behind the 1979 Iranian revolution that shook the world.