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Muslim leader lambastes 'cowardly' act by right-wing group, which left note warning against what it calls Islamisation.
Jordan's foreign ministry says Israel has promised victims' families will be compensated after fatal incident in July.
Victims' relatives try to prove Saudi involvement in first hearing after Congress removed aspects of sovereign immunity.
Any Turkish jets or bombers that cross into Syria will be shot down, official says, as Ankara readies Afrin operation.
Government spokesman defends the bill as an effort against NGOs 'disguised' as human rights groups.
Bollywood heavyweights and visiting Israeli prime minister meet up at 'Shalom Bollywood' in Mumbai.
Athletes from North and South Korea will parade under a unified flag at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony next month.
Saudi-led coalition carried 87 unlawful attacks resulting in nearly 1,000 civilian deaths, says Human Rights Watch.
Bus en route to Russia bursts into flames in Kazakhstan's Aktobe region, killing 52 Uzbek citizens.
Law passes declaring Russia an 'aggressor' in the Donbass region, with Moscow calling it 'preparation for a new war.'
The 22 defendants are among 188 people facing charges related to alleged involvement in an anti-Trump protest.
Turkey is steadily increasing its troop presence near the Kurdish-held border town of Afrin.
Al Jazeera's Senior White House Producer Chris Sheridan shares his reflections on a year in the Trump White House.
Announcement comes as main opposition MDC party alleges clandestine deployment of military to sway the vote for ZANU-PF.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa says country will hold vote within four to five months.
Virtual Reality has reached new heights in the art world and now the UK capital is getting its first free and permanent public VR space.
At more than 100 metres below sea level and with temperatures that often reach higher than 50 degrees Celsius, Ethiopia's Danakil Depression is one of the most inhospitable places on earth.
MPs from ruling and opposition parties vow to vote against the bill that prejudices right of citizens to free education.
For weeks, journalists, pundits and global leaders were making assumptions about Iranian protesters ... in English.
Cape Town is on track to become the first major city in the world to run out of water.