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Syria: Qalamoun fighters arrive in Aleppo after evacuation deal | Al Jazeera English

In northern Syria, rebel fighters from the Qalamoun area have arrived in northern Aleppo as part of one of the evacuation deals negotiated by regime ally, Russia. Many of the fighters belong to the armed group Jaish al-I...

MSF: Palestinian protesters face ‘injuries of unusual severity’ | Al Jazeera English

Palestinian protesters in Gaza who have been shot by Israeli soldiers have suffered what the medical charity Doctors Without Borders calls “devastating injuries of unusual severity”. The medical help group says its treat...

Malaysia sees ‘foreign hand’ in Hamas member’s killing

Kuala Lumpur's chief of police says the killing of a Palestinian academic in the Malaysian capital is an "international issue" that is being investigated from all angles. Malaysian authorities said an autopsy was carried...

N Koreans on Trump: ‘Is he even a human?’

A summit between the leaders of North and South Korea is set to take place on Friday, ahead of a US-North Korea meeting within weeks. North Korea has promised to end nuclear and missile tests, a move that has raised hope...

Suicide blast hits Kabul voter registration centre | Al Jazeera English

At least 31 people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack in the Afghan capital, Kabul. It happened at a voter registration centre in an area where many of the country's Shia Hazara minority live. It is the latest in ...

Mohamad at Eton: From Refugee Camp to UK Boarding School | REWIND

Almost a decade ago, Al Jazeera's Witness series followed 16-year-old Palestinian refugee Mohamad Fahed on a scholarship to Britain's most prestigious private school, Eton College. Thanks to an all-expenses-paid scholars...

Is Saudi Arabia spreading itself too thin? | Inside Story

Saudi Arabia has embarked on an extensive economic and social transformation. Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has made it his mission to make the country less dependent on oil and diversify its economy. But that's provi...

Nepal government to ban vehicles older than 20 years | Al Jazeera English

Nepal's government is banning older public vehicles in an effort to better control air pollution. The government's decision will throw out around 5000 ageing vehicles, including buses and trucks. Some say the move is unf...

IMF warns of economic downturn | Al Jazeera English

Bankers and finance ministers from the IMF's 189 member countries are meeting in Washington, DC on the 10th anniversary of the global financial crisis. The IMF warns that risky financial assets and stock markets have uns...

Survivors of DRC violence tell stories of horror | Al Jazeera English

The UN says more than 100,000 people have fled Ituri Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo this year. Their villages have been at the centre of an ethnic conflict. Al Jazeera travelled to the conflict area and spo...

Argentinians protest rising utility prices | Al Jazeera English

Thousands of Argentinians angry at rising living costs have been protesting in Buenos Aires. The government insists inflation will go down later this year and the hike in utility services is necessary for the country to ...

Israel Independence: Palestinians march in Haifa on 70th anniversary

As Israel marked the 70th anniversary of its founding, thousands of Palestinians marched near Haifa. Their destination was a village that until 1948, was home to Palestinians. Our Middle East correspondent Iolo ap Dafydd...

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