GCC rift has ‘limited impact’ on current regional growth, but IMF warns of broader ‘erosion’ of investor confidence’.
If Abu Dhabi denies Israel and Israelis the most basic gesture of respect on a national level, that denigration inevitably will filter through to personal …
Asylum seekers left by the Australian government on Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island face “a humanitarian emergency.”
At least 17 people killed and more than 30 wounded in an aerial bombing on besieged eastern Libyan city.
Iraqi army commanders says Daesh militants bribed Kurdish Peshmerga forces to secure their safe passage out of the town of Hawijah prior to its liberation.
Negotiations and compromise have prevented a Catalonia-style crisis in Scotland.
Iran slams the Tel Aviv regime’s latest attack on the Gaza Strip that claimed the lives of eight people and injured many more.
Bahrain’s king said his country will not attend any summits in Qatar’s presence unless it “corrects its approach”.
LGBTQ activists welcome decision by a US district court as a victory for transgender rights.
The battle of Beersheba and the Balfour Declaration are now 100 years old, how do Australian-Israeli and British-Israeli relations look today?
Kenya’s election board announces incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta the winner of the country’s election re-run with over 98 percent of vote.
The UN food agency warns that several hundred thousand children will die in the next few months in the restive province of Kasai if they …
In the southwest of Iran lies a city with a long history and an ancient civilization.
Des célébrations en grande pompe. Le 31 octobre prochain marquera le centenaire de la conquête de Beershéva.
With the Manus Island detention centre slated to close, Al Jazeera speaks with four refugees about planned relocation.
Sheikh Tamim says he is ready for talks but stresses any solution to GCC crisis must respect the country’s sovereignty.
Jared Kushner, the Jewish senior adviser and son-in-law of US President Donald Trump, has reportedly taken a secret trip to Saudi Arabia, marking his third …
Regional parliament approves veteran Kurdish leader’s request not to renew his term when it expires on November 1.
Barzani to step down as Kurdistan Regional Government’s president under pressure after disputed vote to split from Iraq.
Israel must tread carefully, lest it arouse the rancor of the Arab world for daring to make even the most basic and necessary construction changes.
US President Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton should be investigated for collusion with Russia instead of him.
Hundreds of people marched through New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday to mark the fifth anniversary of hurricane Sandy that killed nearly 200 people …
The British government reportedly covered up the full extent of its support for a 1984 crackdown on Sikhs in India.
US president says public deserves to be “fully informed”, but some files are still withheld by government agencies.
It is likely that the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil will not be resolved and will escalate again in the future.
Jewish rabbis and cantors in the United States file a petition demanding that the Israeli regime stop selling arms to Myanmar amid the government-backed violence …
US makes fresh threat against North Korea amidst rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
Spain pushes back after the independence vote by firing the government and the police chief.
Carles Puigdemont vows to work on ‘a free country’ after Spanish government imposes direct rule over Catalonia.
On infrastructure in the West Bank.
“We had Jerusalem when London was a swamp.”
The White House says all the women who have accused President Trump of sexual harassment are lying.
The US likes to mischaracterize a branch of the Iraqi known for its efficacy against the Daesh terrorist group. The question is why.
Defence Secretary James Mattis warns Kim Jong-un’s regime ‘many military options’ in play if it launches an attack.
From internal party warfare to the country’s opioid crisis, Al Jazeera looks back at the US president’s week.
People of Kashmir, living on both sides of the de facto border between Pakistan and India, have marked Black Day.
Yemeni forces have reportedly shot down a Saudi Typhoon fighter jet over the capital Sana’a.
Some saw verdict as attempt to send strong message against racism. Others felt the case had become overly politicised.
Political tension in Catalonia spilling over into the rest of Spain, and its economic consequences are far-reaching.
In the wake of the financial crisis of 2007-2008, many investors did not trust the current financial system regulated by governments and banks.
Russia decries “inconsistencies” in a report jointly devised by the UN and the international chemical weapons watchdog blaming Syria for an April gas attack.
Two men who shoved black victim into coffin and threatened to set him on fire sentenced to more than 10 years in jail.
Burundi is the first country to withdraw from the ICC amid accusations that the court focuses too much on the continent.
Britain’s arms sales to Saudi Arabia have reached new heights despite widespread outrage over the Saudi war on Yemen.
Three people have been shot dead during protests over Kenya’s contested election which has been boycotted by the opposition.
How effective are international disarmament efforts and can they face revolutionary new technological advancements?
Deadly attack takes place north of Kidal, the base of the international peacekeeping force in the West African nation.
The government is a reflection of the majority in Israel, which is becoming increasingly right-wing and religious.
Iraqi forces on Thursday launched an offensive to recapture the last patch of Iraqi territory still in the hands of Daesh terrorists.
Some Democratic senators are planning to introduce a bill preventing Trump from launching a preemptive strike on North Korea without the approval of Congress.
More than 19 million people are registered to vote but opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for a boycott.
Police battle protesters who heeded opposition candidate’s call to rally, as President Kenyatta looks to extend rule.
Critics accuse President John Magufuli of undermining democracy after fourth critical newspaper is shut down since June.