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Simone Gbagbo cleared of war crimes charges
Simone Gbagbo had been charged with orchestrating attacks on supporters of her husband's opponent after 2010 election.
US 'probably' involved in mass Iraqi civilian deaths
Top US commander in Iraq says 'fair chance' coalition bombing had role in killing scores of people.
Trump moves to roll back Obama-era climate policies
US president signs order to review emissions limits for coal-fired power plants and ease coal production limits.
Bodies of missing UN workers found in DRC
Three bodies discovered - including a decapitated woman's - during search for Congolese, American, and Swedish UN staff.
AIPAC watches US-Israeli ties reshaping under Trump
Grand Mufti: Arrest of al-Aqsa guards 'unacceptable'
Israeli police arrest Palestinian guards after they try to stop archaeologist from removing ancient stone from compound.
Kashmir: 3 killed in violent protests after firefight
Deadly standoff between rebels and police sparks protests in Chadoora town, leaving three people dead and 28 injured.
What's the BJP's agenda in Uttar Pradesh?
India's ruling party is cracking down on butchers and abattoirs in the country's most populous state.
Missing Taiwan activist allegedly detained in China
Lee Ming-che disappeared after clearing immigration in Macau on March 19, but China remains mum about his whereabouts.
UK students face disciplinary action over BDS protest
Dozens of academics sign letter condemning the University of Manchester for action against pro-Palestinian activists.
DRC tense as police clash with anti-Kabila protesters
Police and demonstrators battle in Kinshasa as talks between President Kabila's government and opposition fall apart.
Scottish parliament backs new independence referendum
Motion passed 69 votes to 59 and comes a day before the United Kingdom takes the formal step towards Brexit.
Longer jail term sought for Bosnian Croat official
Prosecutors say Jadranko Prlic should get 40-year sentence for his role in the deaths of Bosnian Muslims during the war.
Five men arrested in India over attacks on Africans
Africans were attacked with sticks and metal chairs in Greater Noida after teen's drug death was blamed on Nigerian man.
Syria: 40,000 displaced as fighting rages near Hama
Heavy clashes between rebels and government forces in past week have displaced thousands, mostly women and children.
Ahmed Kathrada: Humble and fearless
Anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada leaves behind a powerful legacy of service, social justice, and humility.
NewsGrid - Al Jazeera's interactive news hour
Live every day at 15:00 GMT, our interactive news bulletin gives you the opportunity to engage with our team directly.
Qatar announces $6.28bn investment in Britain
Prime Minister Theresa May hails joint economic and trade committee with Gulf state as Britain prepares for Brexit.
Rex Tillerson's Turkey visit: A critical juncture
The outcome of US Secretary of State Tillerson's first visit to Ankara may determine the future of Turkey-US relations.
Refugees Got Talent
Four friends organise a talent show to bring some joy and dignity to a refugee camp. But who should win? Have your say.
The battle for Raqqa explained
Unless there is an effective transition of power and a legitimate government in place, ISIL will continue to exist.
Number of Kenyans going hungry doubles to three million
Kenya is one of several East African countries ravaged by drought with Somalia said to be on the brink of famine.
Gaza: Israel's war drums are getting louder
Israel is entertaining another round of fighting on the besieged strip.
Clashes in Paris over police killing of Chinese man
Thirty-five protesters arrested and 3 police injured in protests that come just days after march against police abuse.
Crowds attack Africans in India after teen's death
Hundreds go on a violent rampage wounding eight in Greater Noida after teen's drug death blamed on Nigerian man.
Tropical Cyclone Debbie batters eastern Australia
Damaging winds and flooding rains lash Queensland as Debbie becomes the worst storm to hit the state in six years.
Anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada dies
Kathrada, beloved by millions of South Africans, spent 26 years in jail, many of them alongside Nelson Mandela.
Celebrating Yahya Jammeh in his birthplace
In the village of Kanilai, relatives of the ex-president have enjoyed a privileged life but the good times may soon end.
Ahmed Kathrada: The Robben Island diaries
An interview with the veteran of the anti-apartheid struggle and friend of Nelson Mandela who has died at the age of 87.
Iraq's new marginalised population
Iraqi families with relatives affiliated to ISIL are struggling to find a place for themselves in their own country.
Greece: Asylum-seeking man found hanged at Piraeus port
Man carrying asylum application papers found dead close to a passenger ferry terminal in Greece's biggest port.
Jared Kushner to be questioned over ties to Russia
Jared Kushner met Russian ambassador and executives of Russian state development bank during 2016 election campaign.
Malaysia says Kim Jong-nam's body still in Kuala Lumpur
Body of estranged half-brother of North Korean leader has not left the country, health minister says.
Trump to sign order scrubbing Obama climate policies
An executive order on Tuesday will seek to boost fossil fuels by unravelling Obama measures to combat climate change.
Cyclone Debbie makes landfall with destructive winds
High winds and heavy rainfall batter resorts along Great Barrier Reef, with some damage reported.
US veteran charged with terrorism for killing black man
Police say James Jackson 'prowled the streets of New York for three days in search of a black person to assassinate'.
US-backed Syria forces resume fighting near Tabqa dam
SDF says Taqba dam is not damaged and fighting will resume, but monitor casts doubt on whether engineers inspected site.
French Guiana paralysed by general strike
Protests over crime rates and cost of living have propelled overseas territory into spotlight of French elections.
US leads boycott of UN talks on nuclear weapons ban
UN General Assembly begins negotiations on prohibiting weapons, but without any nuclear-capable states in attendance.
UN: Six aid workers killed in an ambush in South Sudan
It is highest number of humanitarian workers killed in one incident since South Sudan descended into conflict in 2013.
Can OPEC still control the oil market?
Cartel members are debating whether to extend a deal to reduce output.
London gives N Ireland more time for power-sharing deal
Northern Ireland parties have "short window of opportunity" to avoid suspension of self-rule despite expired deadline.
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny jailed for 15 days
EU calls for release of prominent Kremlin critic Navalny, a day after he was detained at opposition protest in Moscow.
Q&A: The man running to be US' first Muslim governor
Arab American doctor Abdul El-Sayed on why he believes he is best suited to cure Michigan's crises.
US-backed Syria forces pause operations near Tabqa dam
SDF temporarily halts operations near country's largest dam over growing concerns of potential collapse.
Meat crackdown leaves shortage in India's Uttar Pradesh
Meat sellers across Uttar Pradesh strike against an ongoing crackdown on illegal and mechanised slaughterhouses.
Low expectations as Arab League chiefs gather in Jordan
Ministers from the 22-member bloc are meeting in Jordan ahead of its annual summit on Wednesday.
Mosul strike survivors: 'There were pieces of bodies'
Dozens of civilians died in a recent coalition strike aimed at killing an ISIL commander in Mosul, residents say.
Hamas eases Gaza lockdown amid manhunt
Gaza authorities ease travel restrictions after imposing a 24-hour closure after assassination of senior Hamas official.
High school students hit by avalanche in Tochigi's Nasu
Mountain-climbing expedition of several local schools in Tochigi prefecture engulfed by avalanche in Nasu ski resort.