Avichay Adraee, an Israeli army spokesman, has cited a decree by Saudi cleric Sheikh Saleh al-Fawzan to argue against participating in public protests.
Coal mining under the reservoirs of Australia’s most populous city may be starting to affect the water.
India and Pakistan reach an agreement to resolve through talks issues related to the mistreatment of their diplomats.
More than five years after being shot by Taliban gunmen, education rights icon returns to meet family and friends.
Hezbollah’s al-Manar TV reported the crash on Saturday morning.
Let us travel a bit and see what kind of preparations were made for Passover in various locales.
Palestinians across the occupied territories have staged rallies to commemorate Land Day.
An illegal migrant camp is growing in the up-and-coming area surrounding the Saint Martin canal in Paris, as shown in footage filmed on Friday.
The popular Arab singer died on March 30, more than four decades ago, but his legacy continues.
West Bengal authorities ban public gatherings and shutdown internet after religious festival sparks communal violence.
US President Donald Trump honors both sacred celebrations of Easter and Passover with a special video.
Grieving protesters call for justice after funeral of 22-year-old black father of two who was shot dead by police.
With big farms growing bigger in the US, small farms are increasingly going out of business, often because they cannot compete.
Israeli forces kill one Palestinian protester and injure several others before and during an ongoing major protest action by thousands of Palestinians in the Gaza …
The space agency held a news conference Thursday at its Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, detailing the next mission to the Red Planet.
One Palestinian reported killed, at least 54 wounded as Gaza border violence escalates.
It is expected to receive royal assent and become law before May.
This episode of The Debate is about the Palestinians’ right to return to their homes after the creation of the Israeli regime in 1948.
The US has said that it could take further action against Russia’s decision to expel 60 American diplomats from the country in retaliation for a …
US president complains America spends trillions of dollars in the Middle East, but gets ‘nothing’ in return.
Government employees say they want local authorities to abolish budget practice of deducting from wages paid by Baghdad.
The antisemitism in Labour’s ranks is an existential crisis not just for the party but for the Left as a whole.
How many of us will have anyone at our Seder table who was ever even remotely truly hungry? Not I.
President Rouhani praises friendly Iran-Azerbaijan ties, saying the cooperation between the two neighbors is beneficiary to the entire world.
Distinguished history professor Ilan Pappé has drawn upon a lifetime of academic research and reflection to produce “The Idea of Israel”, a remarkable, challenging book.
During the holiday, Jewish believers refrain from eating or storing “chametz,” all food products that contain leavened wheat and oats.
Education and rights activist, targeted by Taliban, meets the prime minister as she begins her trip amid tight security.
For a select few the Passover-night experience will be interrupted for the most important reason of all: saving a life.
Africa’s top scientists gather in the Rwandan capital of Kigali to focus on the future of science in the continent.
Tehran has an interest in constant tension in the south – as well as in challenging Israel through Hezbollah in the north – to wear …
NASA scientists announced the upcoming launch of the space agency’s next planet hunter, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) probe.
Hundreds of people took to the streets of Accra, Ghana’s capital, on Wednesday to protest against a controversial military deal with Washington .
Analysts cite incoming PM’s ‘reform credentials’ but raise concerns over ability to overcome deep-rooted challenges.
Human Rights Watch urges better labour treatment in Thailand as court fines British activist US$312,500 for defamation.
An organizer of the protest emphasized it will be “peaceful and nonviolent.”
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has connected an ex-Trump campaign official to a Russian operative prior to the 2016 presidential election.
An Iranian deputy FM says a withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan could promote efforts to restore calm to the war-torn Asian state.
Mireille Knoll, 85, was found dead with 11 stab wounds at her apartment in a working-class district of Paris on Friday.
MDA teams up with local authorities in effort to cut down reaction time in the Sea of Galilee.
Russia and OPEC member Saudi Arabia are seeking to extend oil market cooperation for decades to stabilise crude prices.
Statement comes after Ankara threatened to intervene if the Iraqi operation against fighters in Sinjar region failed.
British community groups respond to Corbyn’s apology after mass protest.
Israeli settler groups in Jerusalem al-Quds have urged Muslims to evacuate the al-Aqsa Mosque compound on Friday.
The leader of Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah says the United States and Saudi Arabia are meddling in Lebanon’s upcoming parliamentary elections.
EPRDF elects Abiy Ahmed as its chairman, paving the way for the Oromo leader to become Ethiopia’s prime minister.
As whistle-blower Christopher Wylie appears before UK parliamentarians, Al Jazeera examines the expanding controversy.
Israeli politicians rushed to wish the Israeli leader a speedy recovery.
As evacuations from several towns in Syria’s Eastern Ghouta continue, rebels in Douma, home to 140,000 people, hold on.
“I call on all sides to exercise restraint and to take the necessary steps to avoid a violent escalation. It is imperative that civilians, in …
The country’s Supreme Court has approved the election commission’s request to delay Tuesday’s runoff presidential election until the weekend.
One of the armed settlers was wounded by the rocks.
Attacks against Corbyn’s leadership began last week over a Facebook comment he made six years ago.
Police probe launched after a reporter, who was investigating illegal sand mining mafia, is killed in Madhya Pradesh.
“We have declared that on this day, the people of Israel have taken an historic step to redeem the land.”
They call this type of waste “opportunity food loss,” a term inspired by the “opportunity cost” concept in economics that refers to the cost of …
The United States Navy is set to add nuclear warheads to its Virginia-class attack submarines as part of new plans in the administration of US …
The US and South Korea agreed to revise a trade pact with US automakers winning improved market access and Korean steelmakers hit with quotas but …
COGAT, citing Palestinian statisticians, say the population has reached 5 million; right-wing MKs dispute the “surprising and disconcerting” numbers, saying they’re significantly lower.
Israeli police question Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a corruption case involving Bezeq telecom company.