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As region votes, young people say the last generation has failed them as they vow to participate in politics.
As US provides arms to Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, congressmen take first steps to limit American involvement.
Government spokesman says Doha was alerted to UAE's alleged plot to weaken the Qatari Riyal in July.
Two journalists working for Swiss broadcaster RTS held for 50 hours after covering the opening of the new Louvre museum.
Mariano Rajoy speaks in campaign event in his first visit to Catalonia since Madrid imposed direct rule over the region.
Resigned prime minister of Lebanon rejects rumours he is being held against his will in Saudi Arabia's capital, Riyadh.
The US president says he believes Vladimir Putin's denials, but also accepts CIA confirmation of meddling.
A 7.2 magnitude earthquake strikes Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region near Iran, USGS says.
Forced to bury thousands, Abdullahi Ibrahim recounts surviving the mass killings of Somalia's army in country's north.
More than 160 community groups join protest aimed at denouncing the rise of far-right groups in the Canadian province.
Decision to buy Russian missile system over others based on technical and financial reasons, official tells Al Jazeera.
'F*** off with refugees' was just one of the chants that echoed in Poland as thousands rallied against Islam and EU.
Tehran calls allegations it targeted an oil pipeline near Bahrain's capital 'baseless and cheap'.
Lebanese PM Saad Hariri is stuck in Riyadh, just like Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
People in Indian capital battling the highest pollution in years with sharp rise in patients with lung problems.
A Dutch teenager records video diaries when she is locked behind a hospital's glass wall for a bone marrow transplant.
How the Indonesian media toes the line between the need for economic development and environmental sustainability.