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World Immunisation Week: Nigeria has lowest child immunisation rate

World Immunisation Week is marked at the end of April to encourage people to help increase immunisation coverage. According to the World Health Organisation, Nigeria currently has the highest number of unimmunized childr...

First Palestinian museum opens in the US

The first Palestinian museum opened on April 22 in Woodbridge, Connecticut in the US. Founded by Palestinian American businessman Faisal Saleh, the gallery has diverse content ranging from geometric abstract paintings to...

The War in Syria: World leaders gather to raise donations

World leaders will gather in Brussels on Tuesday for an annual donors summit to raise money for Syria and surrounding countries. At last year's conference, six billion dollars was promised - but charities say millions ar...

Turkey’s Security Challenge: YPG-led council applies to open US office

Interview with security and defence analyst Oubai Shahbandar Category News & Politics License Standard YouTube License ...

Armenia Protests: Prime minister resigns after days of protests

Armenians are celebrating the resignation of Prime Minister Surge Sargsyan. He bowed to pressure after thousands of demonstrators took to the streets for 11 days. Reagan Des Vignes reports now on what happens next in Arm...

Will Zimbabwe’s government #BringBackOurNurses? | The Stream

Zimbabwean nurses return to work The Zimbabwe Nurses Association (ZiNA) on Saturday announced an end to nationwide strikes, encouraging its 16,000 members to return to work on Monday. The country's nurses had been on str...

Armenia Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan resigns amid protests | Al Jazeera English

Armenia's newly elected prime minister has resigned following days of protests against his government, according to the politician's website. In the past 10 days, thousands of anti-government protesters took to the stree...

Sketches of suspects in Palestinian scholar’s murder released | Al Jazeera English

Police in Malaysia have released sketches of two suspects in the targeted killing of a Palestinian academic. Fadi al-Batsh was shot on Saturday - his family say by Israeli Mossad intelligence agents. Israel denies killin...

Cuba’s economic future after the Castros | Counting the Cost (Feature)

The Cuban National Assembly has formally elected Miguel Diaz-Canel as the country's new president. The vote on Thursday marked the end of an era for Cuba, as Diaz-Canel is the first person outside the Castro family to ru...

The impact of sanctions on North Korea | Al Jazeera English

Just days before a summit between rival leaders on the Korean Peninsula, Al Jazeera has been granted rare access to the capital, Pyongyang, and has been taking a look at life inside secretive country. Al Jazeera's James ...

Race to save the rainforests in Asia-Pacific | Al Jazeera English

A summit is being held in Indonesia, where delegates from all over the region will try and build on the commitments made in the Paris Climate Agreement. On the agenda will be the rapid rate of deforestation in Papua New ...

Pakistan’s Pashtuns rise up | Inside Story

In a rare public challenge to Pakistan's armed forces, thousands of protesters from the Pashtun community have demanded an end to what they say are decades of oppression. Police cracked down on the latest demonstration i...

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