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What US sanctions against Iran will snap back on Tuesday? | Al Jazeera English

Starting Tuesday, the Trump administration is reimposing sanctions on Iran; and in November it will impose even more. The sanctions will target a range of sectors, blocking Iran from purchasing US bank notes and trading ...

New water fountains in London aim to cut plastic bottle use | Al Jazeera English

Less than half of all plastic bottles used in the United Kingdom get recycled. Like other places in the world, plastic pollution is a growing problem. The mayor of London has decided to try and tackle the issue by introd...

Twice a Victim: How Have Attacks Affected Muslims in Europe? | | Featured Documentary

On March 11, 2004, during the morning rush hour, several bombs ripped through four commuter trains in the Spanish capital, Madrid. The simultaneous, coordinated blasts killed more than 190 people and injured almost 2,000...

Extreme heat, wildfires and the cost of climate change | Counting the Cost (Feature)

From water shortages to wildfires, the past 12 months have raised global awareness about the economic and human cost of extreme heat events. There have been wildfires in places that are unprepared for such outbreaks due ...

The future of Iran nuclear deal after new US sanctions | Al Jazeera English

The European Union says it's sticking to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, despite the US's withdrawal. In a statement, it said it ''deeply regrets'' the re-imposition of US sanctions. Iran's foreign minister says his cou...

Will the Druze remain loyal to the state of Israel? | Inside Story

Published on Aug 5, 2018 The new Nation State law declares Israel is a homeland solely for Jewish people. Non-Jewish minorities are understandably outraged, including the Druze minority. Tens of thousands rallied in...

Bangladesh shuts down mobile internet in protest crackdown | Al Jazeera English

Published on Aug 5, 2018 Students in Bangladesh say they wanted a peaceful protest, but rubber bullets and tear gas have ended that. The eight day of protests over road safety have turned more violent with the rece...

US healthcare prices set to skyrocket after ‘Obamacare’ scrapped | Al Jazeera English

Published on Aug 5, 2018 Many people in the US will soon have to pay a lot more for health insurance after President Donald Trump's administration decided to do away with former President Barack Obama's Affordable Car...

Analysis: What incited protests in Bangladesh? | Al Jazeera English

Published on Aug 5, 2018 Violent clashes continued in Bangladesh as authorities fired tear gas and shut down mobile internet connections after a week of student protests that brought tens of thousands to the streets. ...

Nicaragua unrest: New refugee crisis unfolding in Latin America | Al Jazeera English

Published on Aug 5, 2018 A new refugee crisis is growing in Latin America, where a mass exodus of Venezuelans is impacting neighbouring countries. Thousands of Nicaraguans are fleeing to neighbouring Costa Rica, ac...

Tense calm as Zimbabwe awaits results of presidential election | Al Jazeera English

Tense calm returned to the streets of Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, on Thursday, a day after three people were killed in post-election violence between security forces and protesters. Opposition supporters, who alleged the...

Can Zimbabwe’s political crisis be solved peacefully? | Inside Story

There have been protests and violence after a tightly-contested presidential election in Zimbabwe. The military is on the streets and despite calls for calm a tense situation may be about to get worse. The vote was suppo...

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