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26/05/2018 07:00 AM
Exclusive: Cricket match-fixers caught in the act in Sri Lanka
Reporter films Indian fixer boasting of bribing Sri Lankan groundsman to doctor pitch in Test matches.
25/05/2018 10:30 PM
Polls close in Irish referendum on abortion
Exit poll says Ireland votes overwhelmingly to liberalise some of Europe's strictest abortion laws.
25/05/2018 10:13 PM
Fifty dead after boat capsizes in DRC river
Search and rescue missions under way as authorities look for survivors after boat capsizes in Mombovo River.
25/05/2018 09:20 PM
Communist leader: Iraqis to decide who controls Iraq, nobody else
Amid period of talks over formation of new government, Al Jazeera speaks to Raed Fahmi, secretary of Communist Party.
25/05/2018 08:46 PM
What's next for North Korea?
US President Donald Trump cancels much-awaited talks with North Korea's Kim Jong-un.
25/05/2018 07:55 PM
Iran seeks guarantees as JCPOA signatories meet to save deal
Iran wants economic assurances to stay in nuclear deal and calls for specifics on how that would happen by end of May.
25/05/2018 06:40 PM
Trump: US talking to N Korea about putting summit back on track
A day after abrupt cancellation, US president says highly-anticipated summit with N Korea's leader might still go ahead.
25/05/2018 06:34 PM
Disappointment in South Korea as Trump nixes summit with Kim
Trump's abrupt decision has caught many in South Korea off-guard as diplomats scramble to avert political fallout.
25/05/2018 06:33 PM
Indonesia passes controversial anti-terror laws to fight ISIL
The law passed in the wake of recent bombings faces criticism for granting military involvement in internal security.
25/05/2018 06:33 PM
Harvey Weinstein charged with rape, sex abuse and other crimes
New York police say charges relate to allegations made by two women in a sex abuse probe involving the movie producer.
25/05/2018 05:33 PM
Canada manhunt under way after Mississauga restaurant blast
Two male suspects wearing hoodies detonate explosive device inside an Indian restaurant in Mississauga before fleeing.
25/05/2018 05:18 PM
Trump has slapped Beijing in the face by cancelling N Korea talks
Trump's decision to scrap US-North Korean talks could make China feel less compelled to squeeze Pyongyang economically.
25/05/2018 04:37 PM
Venezuela is about to explode
Under increasing pressure from the US and its allies, Venezuela might be on the verge of a bloody coup.
25/05/2018 04:36 PM
Mike Pompeo: US diplomats 'treated badly' in Pakistan
The remarks from US Secretary of State come as relations between the two erstwhile allies have continued to deteriorate.
25/05/2018 04:35 PM
Israeli top court 'gives green light' to use of live fire in Gaza
Israel's Supreme Court criticised after upholding use of lethal force against Palestinians protesting in Gaza Strip.
25/05/2018 04:14 PM
Violence in Kashmir erupts despite calls for ceasefire
Hopes for a ceasefire during the month of Ramadan have been shattered by renewed fighting between India and Pakistan in Kashmir.
25/05/2018 04:08 PM
Trump's nuclear failures from Iran to North Korea
In just over a year, Donald Trump has managed to nudge the world closer to conflict on both ends of the Asian continent.
25/05/2018 03:35 PM
GDPR: European tech firms struggle with new data protection law
Smaller organisations and companies are finding it difficult to meet the demands of the new law and face hefty fines if they get it wrong.
25/05/2018 03:07 PM
Netherlands, Australia formally accuse Russia of downing MH17
Russia slams 'discrediting' bid after Netherlands and Australia say it's liable for 2014 downing of jet that killed 298.
25/05/2018 02:38 PM
North Korea 'open to talks' despite Trump cancellation of summit
Pyongyang calls president's decision to abruptly cancel talks unexpected but says it is open to dialogue 'at any time'.
25/05/2018 02:00 PM
Malaysia police seize $28m cash in raids linked to ex-PM Najib
Over 400 luxury handbags were also seized from several apartments as part of an anti-corruption probe into state fund.
25/05/2018 01:43 PM
Iraq's poor hopeful Muqtada al-Sadr's bloc will bring change
Much of Baghdad and Iraq are lacking basic services and facilities and the working class are looking to al-Sadr to form a coalition and bring improvements to their lives.
25/05/2018 01:43 PM
Jack Johnson: Trump posthumously pardons black boxing champion
The Texan, who was an icon for racially oppressed African Americans, had been charged under the Mann Act, which was used to prosecute men for mixed race relationships.
25/05/2018 01:17 PM
New US sanctions target aircraft used by Iran's Rouhani
Analysts say sanctions imposed on Dena Airways' lone aircraft is aimed at 'humiliating' President Hassan Rouhani.
25/05/2018 01:12 PM
Ebola in the DRC: Everything you need to know
Key questions answered as another Ebola outbreak raises concern in the Democratic Republic of Congo.