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Updated 2018-12-09 23:23
Tommy Robinson leads pro-Brexit march, sparking counter-protest
Days before parliament vote on Brexit, far right and anti-fascists hold opposing rallies as police warn of arrests.
Six Israeli settlers wounded in drive-by shooting in West Bank
Shooting took place from a moving Palestinian vehicle east of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, the Israeli army said.
Saudis rule out extraditing Khashoggi murder suspects to Turkey
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubair says his country does not hand over its citizens in response to Turkish demand.
Can the Gulf Cooperation Council survive?
The blockade of Qatar, the war in Yemen, and a journalist's murder overshadowed the GCC summit in Riyadh.
France tells Trump to stop interfering in its politics
US president has published a series of tweets criticising Emmanuel Macron's policies and his low approval rating.
Polls close in Armenia's early parliamentary election
Vote is a test of the power shift in Armenia following the peaceful revolution earlier this year.
Venezuelan familiesÂseek a better life abroad
Every day people are leaving, taking long and dangerous journeys in a region prevalent with criminal networks.
Qatar dispute overshadows Gulf summit as emir stays away
Absence of Sheikh Tamim and decision to withdraw from OPEC oil cartel underline the simmering crisis facing the GCC.
France protests: Businesses lose more than $1.5bn
'Yellow vest' protests against high taxes, falling living standards have taken a massive bite from tourism revenue.
DRC's Joseph Kabila doesn't rule out running again in 2023
The president who overstayed his mandate by two years does not rule out seeking the top job again after a break.
Nobel Peace Prize winners seek justice for war rape victims
DRC doctor Mukwege and Yazidi activist Murad share the honour for efforts to put to end rape as a weapon of war.
GCC summit opens in Riyadh amid Gulf crisis
Qatar sends state minister to represent the country in Saudi Arabia amid ongoing rift with Gulf neighbours and Egypt.
The GCC summit against a backdrop of regional crises
The Gulf has been beset by disputes, raising questions about its ability to overcome in the spirit of collaboration.
Thousands gather in New Delhi to push for Hindu temple in Ayodhya
Over 200,000 people attend VHP rally to demand a Ram temple on the ruins of a mosque destroyed by a Hindu mob.
Afghanistan suspends football officials amid abuse allegations
Kabul launched a probe last week into allegations of sexual abuse made by players on the national women's team.
Italy: Rise of far right fueling anti-migrant attacks
Racist politics blamed for an increase in violence against migrants and refugees in the country.
Migrant caravan causing Mexico businesses to suffer
Popotla was a popular tourist destination, now it houses thousands of asylum seekers trying to cross into the US.
Burdened with Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May is on the brink
Embattled prime minister faces a crucial parliamentary vote on Tuesday over her proposed Brexit deal. Will she survive?
Generation Hate: French far right's violence and racism exposed
Al Jazeera investigation reveals Generation Identity members carrying out racist attacks, making Nazi salutes in Lille.
Peruvians vote in referendum on fighting corruption
Most of the proposed measures are expected to pass in a nation where trust in elected officials is low.
Sudan government officials killed in helicopter crash
Governor of Gadarif state and three security officials among the dead in the crash in an eastern Sudan region.
France: Generation Identity, the far right and racist violence
Al Jazeera Investigations goes deep inside anti-immigrant far-right group Generation Identity.
Qatar 2019 national budget to forecast surplus: Finance minister
Economy is growing stronger despite ongoing blockade by neighbouring Gulf nations and Egypt, finance minister says.
This week's weather in photos
From an arctic outbreak in China to wet and windy weather in the UK, here is a look at last week's weather in pictures.
Iran arrests 10 suspects in suicide bombing that killed two
Attack by armed group on police headquarters in the port city of Chabahar also wounded 48 people.
Tanzania's Ol Doinyo Lengai shows early sign of eruption
Ol Doinyo Lengai is the only known active volcano with a type of lava that can move faster than a person.
Pink Floyd tribute band pulls out of Israel shows
Cover band cancels gigs in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Beersheba after Roger Waters urged them to pull out.
Copa Libertadores final: Boca and River to meet in Madrid now
Court of Arbitration for Sport rejects Boca's appeal to declare them winners due to the attack on their team bus.
Chelsea fan probed over racist remarks against Raheem Sterling
A Chelsea supporter can be seen hurling racist remarks towards Manchester City and England player Raheem Sterling.
Kenya shows the way to the world by producing geothermal power
Africa's largest geothermal energy producer, Kenya, sets an example to the world's biggest polluters.
Legacy of war: Lebanon passes law for the missing and kidnapped
Lebanon's new law offers some hope for families of those who went missing during the civil war. But will they get justice?
COP24: Protesters demand action to check global warming
Even as activists are demanding urgent action to save the planet, delegates inside are at odds over a crucial report.
Catholic monks beatified in Algeria, first in a Muslim nation
The Catholic church beatified 19 clergy men and women killed in Algeria during the country's 1990s civil war.
French PM calls for 'national unity' after Paris violence
Official estimates say 125,000 protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday, with 10,000 in Paris.
Nikki Haley says US 'can't give Saudi a pass' on Khashoggi murder
Departing US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley says the US should ask for accountability in the Khashoggi case.
Can a two-day conference solve the world’s migration issues?
The UN is urging member nations to reach an agreement in Morocco on a framework for global migration issues.
The designer keeping embroidery tradition alive in Morocco
Fadila el Gadi has opened a school that teaches underprivileged children in Morocco the 'dying art' of embroidery.
We are still waiting for the Douma Four to come back
We haven't lost hope for the return of Razan Zaitouneh, Wael Hamada, Samira al-Khalil and Nazem Hammadi.
Iran's government cannot afford to ignore Khuzestan anymore
The impoverished people of oil-rich Khuzestan can no longer be pacified by empty rhetoric from Tehran.
Women accuse famous Brazil spiritual 'healer' of sex abuse
A dozen women accuse Brazilian spiritual healer Joao Teixeira de Faria of abuse while claiming to 'cure' them.
Trump says chief of staff John Kelly to leave at year's end
Former general joins a long list of Trump aides who have either quit or been sacked by the US leader.
Hungarian workers protest over 'slavery law', students join in
Thousands demonstrate in Budapest against proposed changes to a law seeking hike in maximum overtime hours.
Teenagers die after stampede at nightclub in Italy
At least six killed, including three teenagers and a 39-year-old woman who accompanied her daughter to the club.
Trump denies collusion after major revelations in Russia probe
US prosecutors have implicated Trump in efforts to buy the silence of two women who said they had affairs with him.
French police fire tear gas at protesters in central Paris
Hundreds have been detained across France as thousands of security personnel face another day of 'yellow vest' protests.
Free Huawei executive or face consequences, China warns Canada
Meng Wanzhou faces extradition to the US where she has been charged with fraud and could be jailed for 30 years.
Removing President Hadi will not solve Yemen's problems: official
Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's adviser rejects Houthi proposal of a new transitional government at Sweden talks.
US markets end volatile session in wake of Huawei exec arrest
Wall Street claws back much of the ground lost in an early plunge after news broke of the arrest of Meng Wanzhou.
Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates
Accused in Khashoggi killing, top aide to Saudi crown prince oversaw the abuse of at least one detained woman activist.
SpaceX makes Christmas delivery to International Space Station
Dragon delivery capsule reaches orbiting space laboratory three days after launching from Cape Canaveral.