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Speakers from 71 countries scheduled to address the Bosphorus Summit scheduled to begin on November 28 in Istanbul.
US policies in Iraq have helped establish a "two-Iran" reality in the region.
Three months on, as efforts to repair devastated towns continue, attention turns to how more damage can be prevented.
During the Great Depression, the US government launched a project to portray the country's reality. Here are the photos.
Delicate crop from Italy and central Europe decreased by 30 percent over the past 25 years due to weather changes.
Hate crime incidents go up to 6,121 during 2016 compared to 5,850 incidents reported the previous year, FBI says.
Sakir Khader from the Netherlands detained on Monday while reporting on Syrian refugees crossing the border via Turkey.
Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani says Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt are not interested in resolving Gulf dispute.
More than 30,000 houses in the area were damaged and at least two villages were completely destroyed
Social media users laud doll as step towards representation but far-right commentators spread Islamophobic hate online.
Israel's Channel 10 said Saudi officials ordered Palestinian president to either accept Trump peace plan or resign.
Al Jazeera looks at the Saudi-Iran proxy conflicts and whether Lebanon will be the next battleground.
Analysts say the country has become increasingly hostile to Muslims in the wake of the refugee crisis.
Seven women and seven men on hunger strike against slow reunification process, calling to be reunited with family.
Rohingya refugees from Myanmar are arriving in Malaysia, which could signal a dangerous new wave of people smuggling.
Sweden holds firms to qualify for 2018 World Cup in Russia with a 1-0 aggregate win in a hard-fought play-off.
GQ honours NFL quarterback who sparked debate over race-based police brutality by kneeling during US national anthem.
Indigenous nation says US attempt to open Arctic area to oil-and-gas surveys threatens caribou habitat and way of life.
South Korean troops find wounded North Korean on their side of the heavily fortified demilitarised zone.
General Constantino Chiwenga says military could intervene if ruling party infighting does not come to an end.