Local BLM organisers reflect on a year that rocked the United States and chart their priorities for 2021.
A Microsoft spokesperson declined to say which source code the hackers viewed.
Most North American theatres weren’t open for six months straight through the summer season.
This New Year’s Eve is being celebrated like no other, with many people bidding farewell to a year they’d rather forget.
Yemen’s new unity government was targeted in an attack at Yemen’s Aden airport.
Americans’ assessments of the national economy, buying climate and their personal finances all worsened.
Tensions in central Indian Madhya Pradesh village boil over after right-wing Hindu groups desecrate a mosque.
Sudan’s army recovered the border that had been taken over by Ethiopian farmers, the Sudanese foreign ministry says.
Incoming White House press secretary Jen Psaki says that ‘Game of Thrones-style’ leaks will end under Joe Biden’s watch.
Cavani was also fined $136,500 and ordered to complete face-to-face education after admitting to breaching FA’s rules.
COVID-19 affected every aspect of football in 2020, from how the game is watched, to how it’s played, to its finances.
Trucks have transported some 20 mobile homes, donated by local hotels and firms, to the affected region.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has praised his country’s progress in eradicating rural poverty even during a pandemic.
Allegations come amid rising tensions as Iran’s FM accuses President Trump of aiming to fabricate ‘pretext for war’.
Spot gold has gone up more than 24 percent this year in its best performance since 2010.
Al Jazeera English takes a look back at the COVID-19 pandemic and the other stories that defined the year.
Stanley Johnson confirms plan to seek French citizenship as the free movement of Britons in the EU comes to an end.
Trump wants to live at his Mar-a-Lago estate after leaving Washington but not all of his neighbours are welcoming him.
The pre-eminent scientist discusses COVID vaccines, masks, and how best to deal with anti-vaxxers in the United States.
President Alexander Lukashenko promises vote on proposed reforms to his office’s powers, state media reports.
At least 31 countries so far have reported cases of the new strains of coronavirus.
A Muslim mob attacked and set fire to a Hindu temple in the northwestern province of Khyber Pakthunkhwa.
Experts say pardons of 4 private contractors convicted of murder in a 2007 Baghdad massacre undermine humanitarian law.
Doctors and nurses, among the first to bear witness to the horrors of the pandemic, are also the first to be inoculated.
The call to release Gulshan Abbas came as China urged Washington to halt ‘lies, smears’.
The landslide struck a residential area north of the capital, Oslo, forcing some 700 people to evacuate.
The air raids came overnight after at least 26 people were killed and dozens wounded in an attack on Aden airport.
The vaccine, with 79-percent efficacy, was developed by state-owned pharmaceutical company Sinopharm.
Lai, a vocal Beijing critic, is one of the highest-profile figures charged under a sweeping security law.
The bus was believed to be carrying soldiers and pro-government fighters who were returning to their base in the area.
Ancient Egyptians built a state that survived for millennia. What was behind this success and what can we learn from it?
The UNAMID peacekeeping mission was deployed in Darfur in 2007 to end a bitter conflict that erupted in 2003.
The court says the move by the opposition-controlled National Assembly to extend its term was invalid.
From Syria to the US, artists are defiantly transforming the walls that divide us into virtual galleries of resistance.
A deal has been reached, but more wrangling is expected as a new relationship emerges.
After the challenges of the past year, 2021 must be a year of climate action that helps us restore the planet.
Investors will be assessing whether global economic recovery helped by vaccines will be impeded by a new virus strain.
US will raise duties on EU plane-making parts, some non-sparkling wines and cognac following EU measures in November.
Beijing condemns the trip – the 13th this year – as a ‘provocation’ and ‘show of force’.
For Beijing, the year 2020 was marked by a sharp deterioration in ties with the US, Taiwan, Australia and India.
Three women who qualified for Tokyo 2020 reflect on the unprecedented decision to postpone the games.
Mitch McConnell rejects Trump’s calls for a $2,000 stimulus cheque as Senate prepares to override veto of defence bill.
Climate change increases the risk to hard-hit central provinces, but few want to leave the only home they know.
Honduran authorities say they are investigating the killings of activists Felix Vasquez and Jose Adan Medina.
New requirements could need US citizens travelling from abroad to test negative within three days before departure.
Officials report seismic activity, strong gas emissions and changes to the crater lake of once-dormant volcanoes.
Videos circulating on social media showed men using hammers to damage the temple after an address from Muslim leaders.
This month, Bitcoin has surged almost 50 percent, putting it on track to make December its biggest month since 2019.
Bosnian authorities return hundreds of migrants to empty burned out tent camp after 24 hours in relocation buses.
Rights groups condemn Bangladeshi government’s decision to transfer Rohingya refugees to flood prone island.
The Trump administration imposed sanctions on a judge and prosecutor for the conviction of six American oil executives.
Many women who used to sell vegetables and food to tourists have turned to panning as gold prices near an all-time high.
Britain approved Oxford University and AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine but a new strain is causing concerns.
Higher prices and limited inventory may be slowing momentum in the housing market despite record-low borrowing costs.
Reports of potential deal to end the Gulf dispute come ahead of upcoming GCC summit in the Saudi capital Riyadh.
The opposition presidential candidate was arrested while campaigning in Kalangala in the country’s central region.
The price of Bitcoin briefly rose above $28,000 Wednesday to a record high, bringing its December gain to more than 40%.
Prosecutors reject Italian claims that five Egyptian policemen were involved in Regeni’s torture and killing in 2016.
Coalition, which includes five presidential candidates, says third of voters unable to cast ballots due to insecurity.
Iran sets compensation for downed flight’s victims ahead of the deadly incident’s one-year anniversary.