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More than 1,000 Saudi troops killed in Yemen since war began | Al Jazeera English

More than a dozen soldiers from Saudi Arabia have been killed in Yemen during operations along the border. This brings the total number of Saudi casualties since 2015 to over 1,000, according to state media. Meanwhile, t...

The War in Yemen: Turkey and Qatar to donate $ 1 million to Yemen

A third of the people living in Yemen need humanitarian assistance. The war there has been continuing for several years - and as Yasin Eken reports, NGOs are doing what they can to help the many in need. Category N...

Refugee Crisis: Refugees seek a safe haven in Bosnia

In the past few months, Bosnia and Herzegovina has seen a surge in the number of refugees arriving from Syria. Many of them can't find accomodation and end up on the streets. Human rights groups say the country of four m...

Israel constructs marine barrier along Gaza border to ‘stop Hamas infiltration’

이스라엘군 해안장벽 착공…가자지구 하마스 봉쇄작전 Israel's defense ministry says the country has started to construct a marine barrier along the Gaza border to stop Palestinians, especially Hamas militants, from entering its territory. It sai...

Refugee Crisis: Refugees seek a safe haven in Bosnia

In the past few months, Bosnia and Herzegovina has seen a surge in the number of refugees arriving from Syria. Many of them can't find accomodation and end up on the streets. Human rights groups say the country of four m...

Rebuilding Mosul: Artist captures brutality of Daesh rule in art

In Iraq, the people of Mosul are still recovering from Daesh's brutal three-year reign over their city. Hoping to keep the memory of their crimes from fading , one city resident at great risk to himself secretly recorded...

Boats carrying Gaza patients set for bid to break Israel blockade | Al Jazeera English

Two boats will set sail from Gaza this week with Palestinians who need urgent hospital care. They will try to break a blockade imposed by Israel, which has prevented medical supplies from getting into the territory and p...

Securing the peace in post-ISIL Iraq | Al Jazeera English

Military commanders in Iraq say the defeat of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) does not mean the threat is over. The Iraqi army is now training to maintain peace with the US-led coaliti...

Boats carrying Gaza patients set for bid to break Israel blockade | Al Jazeera English

Two boats will set sail from Gaza this week with Palestinians who need urgent hospital care. They will try to break a blockade imposed by Israel, which has prevented medical supplies from getting into the territory and p...

New York disability advocates push to improve transport access | Al Jazeera English

Disability-rights advocates are still working to improve access to transport in New York City. The city’s transit system has one of the lowest rates of wheelchair accessibility in the United States. Advocate groups are u...

Kaziranga park fights to save India’s endangered one-horned rhino | Al Jazeera English

India's Kaziranga National Park is home to the largest population of the protected one-horned Indian rhino. It is a world heritage site and considered a conservation success story. But the rhinos still face two big threa...

US-North Korea summit might still happen | Al Jazeera English

South Korea's President Moon Jae-in says North Korea is committed to denuclearisation and that its leader, Kim Jong-un, is looking forward to meeting US President Donald Trump. Moon spoke after a surprise meeting on Satu...

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