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Updated 2019-02-15 18:28
Climate change: UK children demand government action
The demonstration is part of a global movement Schools 4 Climate Action, which has grown quickly on social media.
Venezuela in crisis: All the latest updates
Latest updates as Venezuela plunges into a major crisis amid a growing row over Nicolas Maduro's presidency.
UK spy chief raises concerns over use of Huawei for 5G rollout
Concerns over 'monopoly supplier' warrant 'proper conversation', head of MI6 says at Munich Security Conference.
India warns Pakistan of 'strong response' to Kashmir attack
India summons Pakistani envoy as Narendra Modi vows to exact 'heavy price' over deadly attack in Kashmir.
What is a national emergency? Can Trump declare one for the wall?
Trump says he plans to declare a national emergency to build a border wall. Democrats have vowed to respond.
Warsaw conference: Gulf ministers slam Iran in leaked video
Deleted clips show Bahrain's FM saying Iran poses 'more toxic challenge' to Middle East than Israeli occupation.
Israel denies Netanyahu's Holocaust comment in Poland
Poland summons Israeli envoy amid reports PM Benjamin Netanyahu said Poles helped Germans in WWII killing of Jews.
Trump says he will sign a national emergency to build border wall
Trump says he will declare a national emergency on the border, setting up an expected legal battle with Democrats.
The spectre of Cambridge Analytica still haunts African elections
Funding for social media advertising and manipulation could determine the outcome of Nigeria's February 16 vote.
All Zionist roads lead to genocide
Zionism supporters feel threatened by the intersectional solidarity that women like Ilhan Omar represent.
Haiti's president addresses nation amid violent protests
President Jovenel Moise defies protesters, says he will not 'give country up to armed groups and drug traffickers'.
Trump to declare emergency, sign spending bill: White House
White House says Trump will sign bill to keep gov't open, but will also declare national emergency to build border wall.
Nigeria's suspended chief justice denies assets charges
As Supreme Court head, judge Walter Onnoghen would have played a key role in any dispute over Saturday's elections.
Amazon drops plans for New York headquarters after opposition
The online retail giant Amazon says it no longer plans to build a headquarters in New York.
Brexit defeat weakens May's hand in last-ditch Brussels talks
Prime minister's bid to secure parliament's backing of plan to wring concessions from EU is defeated by majority of 45.
Florida remembers Parkland high school shooting victims
Five mass shootings a week is the current average in the US, according to independent data collectors.
Venezuela: 65 countries support Guaido, while UN backs Maduro
Both sides are committed to entrenching themselves with countries that support them, rather than talks with the other side.
Yemen FM faces backlash for smiling, sitting next to Netanyahu
Houthis accuse the Yemeni government of attempting to normalise ties with Israel at an anti-Iran summit in Poland.
Working towards food sovereignty in Palestine
In the West Bank, agroecology farms and initiatives are established by Palestinians, for Palestinians.
Profile: What is Jaish-e-Muhammad?
Pakistan-based armed group headed by Masood Azhar has been implicated in a series of suicide attacks in Kashmir.
Maduro says US making 'mistakes' in Venezuela
Venezuelan president rejects US aid and criticizes EU nations for supporting the possibility of US military intervention in an Al Jazeera interview.
Here's how the world will vote in 2019
Nearly two billion voters in 50 countries around the world will head to the polls this year to elect their leaders.
Nigeria's frustrated youth call for progress ahead of election
Oil-rich Nigeria is Africa's biggest economy, but millions are suffering from unemployment and high cost of living.
Spain's PM calls snap election for April 28
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez calls snap election after government's budget proposal was rejected.
UN seeks $920m to support Rohingya refugees in 2019
More than half the money is earmarked for critical aid including food, water, sanitation and shelter.
Kamal Kharazi: 'Iran has the right to develop its own armaments'
The former FM talks nuclear deal, unstable US relations and the GCC blockade and reflects on the Iranian revolution.
UK schoolgirl who joined ISIL 'could be prevented' from return
Home secretary says Britons who joined ISIL could be prosecuted after Shamima Begum, 19, said she wants to 'come home'.
Remembering Ko Ni, Myanmar's slain lawyer
Prominent lawyer working on plans to amend Myanmar's army-drafted constitution was shot dead at Yangon airport in 2017.
Dubai airport disrupted after reported drone sightings
Flights were briefly halted at Dubai International Airport, which handled nearly 90 million passengers last year.
Myanmar court sentences two to death for Muslim lawyer's murder
Yangon court sentences two men to death for the 2017 murder of Ko Ni, an aide to Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Japan to recognise Ainu as 'indigenous people' for first time
The ethnic minority, mainly living on Hokkaido, has long suffered the effects of a policy of forced assimilation.
US Senate, House pass bill to avert government shutdown
The White House says Trump will sign the measure, but will also declare national emergency to build border wall.
Hong Kong seizes record 40kg of rhino horn at airport
Horns were discovered in two boxes checked for a flight to Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City in second record bust this year.
Indonesia land-burning fines unpaid years after disastrous fires
Palm oil and pulp wood firms fined for burning huge areas have not paid hundreds of millions of dollars in penalties.
Tasmania fires risk 'wiping out' ancient species
Wildfires have scorched more than 205,000 hectares in the southwest, centre and northwest of the Australian island.
A year on, Parkland shooting victims remembered
Students around the US marked the anniversary of the school shooting in Parkland with moments of silence.
Nigeria elections: Buhari vows peaceful polls as campaigning ends
Before Saturday's polls, top two challengers for Nigeria's top seat hold final rallies vowing to hold a peaceful vote.
Lawsuit challenges US gov't over sending asylum seekers to Mexico
The Trump administration has been returning some non-Mexican asylum seekers to Mexico to wait for court decisions.
Who is William Barr? Trump's attorney general pick on key issues
William Barr, 68, served as attorney general under president George HW Bush in the early 1990s.
Norway approves disputed Arctic copper mine despite local protest
While the mine will provide new jobs, activists fear it is a threat to the coast and reindeer natural life's circle
Ex-FBI official: Trump's firing of FBI head Comey triggered probe
Andrew McCabe tells CBS DOJ officials considered possibility of Cabinet using 25th amendment to remove Trump.
More than 1,200 children in US killed by guns in the last year
'Since Parkland' remembers the children killed in gun violence since the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas School shooting.
US Congress to vote on border funds deal without Trump's wall
With federal employees still reeling from last shutdown, Congress set to vote on Thursday for funding deal.
Why is Airbus pulling plug on the largest passenger plane?
Airbus will stop producing the A380 - the world's largest passenger plane, in two years time.
US Senate confirms William Barr as attorney general
Barr will oversee Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russia meddling in the 2016 election.
Death toll rises in Haiti protest crackdown
At least nine people are killed and dozens of others injured in a week of anti-government protests in Haiti.
Eastern Canada disrupted by major snow storm
A Colorado 'low' exports snow to Ontario and Quebec
Russia, Turkey, Iran see US pullout from Syria as positive step
Leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran say US withdrawal is good for the country as they meet in the Russian city of Sochi.
Kashmir suicide attack kills dozens of Indian security forces
Car fitted with explosives rams into bus carrying paramilitary forces in Pulwama district of India-administered Kashmir.
US vows to work with allies on any Afghanistan withdrawal
US acting Defense Secretary said if troop cuts are made, Washington will consult NATO to ensure coordination.