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Why is Washington closing the PLO’s office?

Over the past 50 years since the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, there have been countless talks, negotiations and UN resolutions. And the Palestinian Liberation Organization has been at the forefront of peace talks over the year...

Zimbabwe crisis: Tens of thousands demand ‘Mugabe must go’

Tens of thousands of people have joined rallies across Zimbabwe's capital Harare, calling for President Robert Mugabe to resign. The 93-year-old has been under house confinement since the military took control on Wednesd...

Haiti: Massive rallies call for Jovenel Moise to step down

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in Haiti calling for President Jovenel Moise to step down. It's the latest of ongoing protests against Moise that began two months ago. It comes on the day Moise officially r...

UK hosts conference on Saudi crisis

Saudi Arabia's heir to the throne has recently been making bold political moves - detaining some of his relations and a number of the kingdom's wealthiest businessmen amid an ongoing war with Yemen. Mohammed bin Salman's...

Sharp increase in refugee arrivals on Greece’s Lesbos

Aid groups in Greece are struggling to cope with the number of refugees arriving by land and sea. According to the government's latest figures, average daily arrivals rose from 56 people a day in the spring, to roughly f...

DPRK says China envoy stresses developing relations further

Song Tao, China's special envoy on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), met high-ranking DPRK official Choe Ryong Hae on Friday. Video filmed by Pyongyang's state news agency KCNA showed the Chinese delegati...

AI technology highlighted at 19th China High-tech Fair

Advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology is the highlight of the ongoing 19th China High-tech Fair (CHTF), which opened in Shenzhen of south China's Guangdong Province on Thursday. An intelligent recognitio...

Top FIFA official was bribed $1 million to vote for Qatar

As the corruption probe at Fifa unfolded in New York, a key witness has testified on Tuesday that a top Fifa official was bribed $1 million to vote for Qatar, reported Guardian. Read More: http://ara.tv/8ywf6 ___________...

UN fails to adopt resolution on Syrian chemical weapons inquiry

A second attempt in two days to renew an international inquiry into chemical attacks in Syria has been blocked at the UN Security Council. A Japan-drafted resolution to renew the inquiry for one month was vetoed by Russi...

Chinese FM urges US not to have any military, official contact with Taiwan

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang responded to remarks on Taiwan by a senior US government employee during a media briefing on Friday. The spokesperson urged the US not to have any military contact with t...

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe makes first public appearance since crisis eruption

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Friday made his first public appearance since military takeover at a university graduation ceremony in Harare. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on A...

Mapuche conflict: ‘People feel danger every day’

Chileans will be going to the polls to choose a new president on Sunday. The election comes amid a rise in attacks by the indigenous Mapuches who want to take back ancestral lands and win more autonomy. Al Jazeera’...

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