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Fuego volcano disaster: Search operation suspended

Guatemala's government has again suspended the search for those missing in the wake of the Fuego volcano eruption, leaving relatives to dig through the ash and mud themselves. At least 109 people are known to have been k...

Can #TEDxKakumaCamp change how refugee camps are seen? | The Stream

When many people picture a refugee camp they see a sprawling mass of helpless individuals. But the reality is often the opposite. A growing number of camps are booming enclaves of business, innovation and culture. Challe...

Inside Story – Is Yemen set to lose a humanitarian lifeline? | Inside Story

For more than three years - the people of Yemen have endured war, hunger and disease. The UN estimates more than 10-thousand people have been killed and three quarters of the population depend on international aid. An at...

Afghanistan: School Scandal – 101 East

When the Taliban fell from power, there was great hope that Afghanistan's girls would finally get the chance to get an education. Yet 17 years on, most girls are still out of school, despite the international community d...

One year since protesting farmers killed by police in Indian’s Mandsaur | Al Jazeera English

It has been a year since at least six farmers were killed in the northern Indian city of Mandsaur. Police opened fired on them while they were protesting over low produce prices, a serious issue that continues to f...

UN says scores of Ethiopians drown on a boat en route to Yemen | Al Jazeera English

Forty-six Ethiopians drowned and 16 are missing after a human smuggler's boat carrying at least 100 refugees capsized as it approached Yemen. The vessel left the port of Bossasso in Somalia on Tuesday with 83 men and 17 ...

At least 18 killed after twin blasts hit a Shia mosque in Baghdad | Al Jazeera English

The death toll from twin blasts on a mosque in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, has risen to at least 18 people. Wednesday's attack on the predominantly Shia Sadr City district caused damage to nearby buildings, the officials...

Why is the US separating migrant children from their parents? | Inside Story

The UN has urged the Trump administration to immediately stop separating migrant children from their families at its border with Mexico. It said on Tuesday the practice was a serious violation of international law. B...

A look at Robert Kennedy’s legacy 50 years after his death | Al Jazeera English

Half a century ago, US Senator Robert F Kennedy was shot minutes after he had given a speech at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles; he died the next day. Today, many people remain convinced that the unique political...

Russia, Iran jostle for influence in Syria | Al Jazeera English

Seven years of war in Syria have created a complex battlefield that has drawn in global and regional powers. Russia and Iran are allied to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, but the heavy troop involvement by both cou...

Argentina cancels football friendly with Israel in Jerusalem | Al Jazeera English

Argentina's national football team has cancelled an upcoming friendly match with Israel, Argentine news sources reported. Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu reportedly phoned the Argentine president to try to get him t...

Unique library battles illiteracy crisis in India island | Al Jazeera English

Mazidbhita Char, a river island in the Indian state of Assam, has only three primary schools and an 80 percent illiteracy rate. Children have to travel to further their education. Al Jazeera takes a look at a uni...

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