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Updated 2017-12-11 04:05
US Jerusalem move: Fury spreads from Jakarta to Rabat
Tens of thousands rally in Asian, Middle Eastern and North African cities protesting against Trump's Jerusalem decision.
Has ISIL been defeated in Iraq?
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says the war against armed group is over in the country.
Qatar signs $8bn Typhoon fighter jet deal with the UK
Qatar will buy 24 fighter jets from the United Kingdom, the biggest order for Typhoon aircraft in a decade.
Abbas snubs US Vice President Pence over Jerusalem move
Palestinian president will not meet Vice President Pence during his upcoming Middle East visit, PA official says.
Rescuing boys from Thailand's northern sex trade
NGO Urban Light in Chiang Mai has reached 5,000 teenagers caught up in prostitution rackets in Thailand's second city.
Honduras opposition requests election results annulment
With no declared winner two weeks after election, Opposition Alliance's Nasralla asks for vote count to be nullified.
US Jerusalem move dominates Macron-Netanyahu talks
French President Emmanuel Macron says he disapproves of the decision by the US to declare Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
UN urges immediate evacuation of 137 Syrian children
UNICEF calls for 137 sick Syrian children to be immediately evacuated from Eastern Ghouta.
Stories from the first Intifada: 'They broke my bones'
Three Palestinians who lived through the first uprising from 1987-1993 share their experiences.
UK: First snow of the year reaches London
Heavy snow, freezing fog and gale force winds in the UK – luckily not all in the same place.
Mada Underground: Street Art in Madagascar
Madagascan slam poets, artists and skateboarders make space for creative expression despite poverty and colonial legacy.
2017 Nobel Peace Prize: What is ICAN?
Geneva-based group pushes for a UN treaty to ban nuclear weapons, but world nuclear powers have refused to sign up.
The spectacle of Palestine
For a change, rather than be seen as a photo op, Palestinians' anger and frustration should be understood and respected.
How will US Jerusalem move affect Israel's far right?
Analysts fear Trump's rubber-stamping of the right's political goals will further radicalise both sides of the divide.
Palestinians clash with police at US embassy in Lebanon
Tear gas fired at protesters near US embassy north of Beirut during rally against US decision on Jerusalem's status.
Yemen: Ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh killed
Former leader killed in grenade and gun attack, Houthis say, as death is also confirmed by Saleh's own political party.
Kurds slam Abadi's Peshmerga snub in ISIL speech
KRG condemns Iraqi prime minister for 'failing to act as the prime minister' and 'sidelining' Kurdish forces.
Refugees in Greece's Lesbos left in the cold and rain
More than 6,000 people live in Moria, a closed refugee camp designed to fit only 2,000.
Do Black Lives Matter in the immigrant rights movement?
In the US, Black migrants are stuck in an ironic position of simultaneous hyper visibility and invisibility.
Tertulias: Talking heads on Spain's airwaves
How a wave of political talk shows in Spain helps to magnify politics, normalise informality and dramatise debate.
Bahraini delegation visits Israel
Group will stay in Israel for four days to 'send a message of religious tolerance', media report says.
Jerusalem: Malaysia army 'ready' to play role
Defence minister says the US move on Jerusalem is 'a slap in the face for the entire Muslim world'.
The science of capturing carbon
Scientists are fighting to curtail the dangerous effects of climate change by capturing carbon dioxide.
Nuclear weapons: In conversation with ICAN
2017 Nobel Peace Prize winner ICAN is calling for 'a different kind of debate around nuclear disarmament'.
Rouhani: Ready to restore ties with Saudi Arabia
President Hassan Rouhani said he is ready to restore ties if Saudi Arabia stops bombing Yemen and cuts ties with Israel.
Justice for all in the land of the free?
In the US criminal justice system, there is a fate far worse than being sentenced to death.
Tense scenes as unrest over US Jerusalem move continues
Dozens injured and arrested as rallies continue for fourth day after US decision to declare Jerusalem Israel's capital.
Is Ukraine's struggle about corruption or power?
Anti-corruption campaigner Mikheil Saakashvili is back in police custody for the second time this week.
Why Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel
No country in the world recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
UN, North Korea agree security situation 'most tense'
UN official calls for diplomatic solution to crisis as tensions prevail after Pyongyang's latest ballistic missile test.
Qatar-Gulf crisis: All the latest updates
An air, sea and land blockade imposed on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt is now in its sixth month.
Defeating ISIL
An animated timeline of how ISIL captured and lost key cities in Syria and Iraq.
Francesco Rocca: No one can prepare for nuclear war
New International Red Cross Federation president vows to denounce those who target humanitarian workers and facilities.
Arab League condemns US Jerusalem move
Arab states hold emergency meeting in Cairo to discuss Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Women take to streets to demand end to South Sudan war
Hundreds of women take to the streets of the capital, Juba, to call for an end to the country's devastating war.
Detained Mikheil Sakaashvili on 'hunger strike'
Former president of Georgia says he has gone on hunger strike following his re-arrest in Ukraine's capital.
Egypt: Coptic pope cancels Pence meeting over Jerusalem
Move by Pope Tawadros II comes after Palestinian leaders say Trump's deputy is not welcome in occupied territories.
Nepal election: Leftist alliance set for victory
Alliance of communist parties appears set to win a majority of seats in first general election since end of civil war.
Native tribes sue Trump over Bears Ears Monument
Native Americans launch fight to protect sacred sites after Trump reduced the size of protected cultural lands in Utah.
Iraqi PM Abadi declares 'end of war against' ISIL
Haider al-Abadi says Iraqi forces have taken 'complete control' over Iraqi-Syria border from the armed group.
Will election change fate of the Agariyas of Gujarat?
Marked by mass illiteracy and political underrepresentation, the community lives on the margins of Indian society.
Arrests, clashes as Palestinians continue to protest
Israeli forces arrest three Palestinians as they fired stun grenades to disperse a crowd of mostly peaceful protesters.
Why the GCC trading bloc isn't living up to its name
Does the Gulf Cooperation Council still have a future or has it been damaged beyond repair?
Alfred Nobel's lesser-known Azerbaijan connection
The international accolade has an unusual affiliation with the Asian nation's long-standing oil industry.
Rare snow for the southern US
A cold blast of wintry weather brings snow to the Deep South and parts of Mexico.
Yemen: Media battles, narrative divides
How the death of Ali Abdullah Saleh put the media spotlight on Yemen. Plus, a wave of political talk shows in Spain.
Will Jerusalem issue prompt Jordanian policy rethink?
Protesters call for Jordan to sever diplomatic and economic ties with the US and Israel over Trump's Jerusalem move.
Sadly but frankly, Donald Trump is not going anywhere
Trump isn't going to be impeached by this or perhaps any future Congress as currently constituted.
Australia: Are some more equal than others?
There's an outrageous racial disparity hiding behind Australia's revered quality of life statistics.
Ibrahim Halawa: I woke up to the sound of torture
Irish national Ibrahim Halawa, who spent four years in an Egyptian prison, talks to Al Jazeera.