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06/24/2018 07:19 PM
Turkey Elections 2018: All the latest updates
Vote counting under way in presidential and parliamentary polls that will lead to a new executive presidential system.

06/24/2018 06:39 PM
Is the battle for Deraa decisive for the war in Syria?
The cradle of the Syrian revolution is under bombardment.

06/24/2018 06:34 PM
Syria intensifies offensive to retake Deraa
Thousands of civilians are fleeing Deraa as Syrian government helicopters continue to drop barrel bombs as part of an offensive against the last rebel stronghold in southwest Syria.

06/24/2018 06:22 PM
30 suspects arrested over Ethiopia's grenade attack
Second person succumbs to injuries from explosion at PM Ahmed's rally as nine police officials held over security lapse.

06/24/2018 06:13 PM
Trump urges immediate deportation of undocumented migrants
US president says people entering country with no proper documents should be sent back without court cases or judges.

06/24/2018 05:56 PM
Will US lose global influence after Human Rights Council pullout?
Diplomats analysing the effect of US withdrawal from the United Nations Human Rights Council warn that the US could no longer be able to persuade allies or bully adversaries.

06/24/2018 05:16 PM
PA: US 'working hard' to topple Mahmoud Abbas
Palestinian leaders react with fury after Jared Kushner questions Palestinian president's ability to make peace deal.

06/24/2018 03:29 PM
A woman's game: Marta Vieira da Silva
'There were no other girls in town playing football and people made sure to let you know that.'

06/24/2018 03:14 PM
Jane Goodall: Chimpanzees, humanity and all that binds them
Primatologist Jane Goodall talks to Al Jazeera about a lifetime of studying the animal with the closest DNA to man.

06/24/2018 03:11 PM
Harry Kane leads England into World Cup 2018 knockouts
Captain Kane scores a hat-trick as England ease past hapless Panama to reach the knockout round at Russia 2018.

06/24/2018 02:59 PM
IGAD bloc says South Sudan's rebel leader Riek Machar not welcome
East African leaders say Machar should be free to leave South Africa, but not go to their countries.

06/24/2018 02:47 PM
Why the debt deal with the EU is bad for Greece
The new Eurogroup agreement commits Greece to 40 more years of austerity and supervision.

06/24/2018 02:37 PM
Fighting over Hudaida forces tens of thousands flee
Most are heading to Sanaa, Yemen's capital, after Saudi and Emirati-led coalition bomb its largest port bombed for 12 days.

06/24/2018 01:35 PM
What the Kremlin did while Russians were watching the World Cup
The Russian authorities have used the World Cup as a useful distraction.

06/24/2018 01:27 PM
Syria's chemical attacks: Smoke and mirrors, truth and lies
Insight into the seemingly impossible task of understanding the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian war.

06/24/2018 01:20 PM
Damascus roadblocks removed after Syria army victories
Syrian government is removing checkpoints and roadblocks from areas in and around Damascus, easing movement and traffic.

06/24/2018 01:11 PM
Explainer: Turkey's pivotal election
Voting is under way in Turkey's high-stakes elections that will complete the country's transition to a new executive presidential system.

06/24/2018 12:48 PM
VAR: Talking point of World Cup 2018
Technology to assist the referees is being used in the global tournament for the first time, but not without criticism.

06/24/2018 12:01 PM
Nigeria runs low on snakebite antidote
Thousands of people are bitten by snakes in Nigeria every year, and many people die or lose their limbs because of a shortage of antivenoms.

06/24/2018 12:00 PM
Dominican Republic hit by an 'easterly wave'
Africa builds them. The Atlantic winds them up. Some of them become hurricanes.

06/24/2018 11:55 AM
Divided EU leaders meet over migration at 'mini-summit'
European leaders meet to discuss ways forward in crisis over migration, which is causing deep rifts within the bloc.

06/24/2018 11:33 AM
Saudi driving ban ends as women's rights activists remain jailed
Six female driving activists remain jailed as their peers take to the road legally for the first time in Saudi Arabia.

06/24/2018 11:27 AM
Saudi women hit the road as driving ban is lifted
World's only ban on female motorists overturned, in a move that follows arrests of activists calling for right to drive.

06/24/2018 11:17 AM
The Azeri master of Mugham: From war to the Royal Albert Hall
After being spotted while working as a porter having been shot in war, Gochag Askarov became a celebrated folk singer.

06/24/2018 11:12 AM
Efforts under way to improve water quality in China's Erhai Lake
Last April, all restaurants and hotels beside the famous lake in the ancient town of Dali were ordered to suspend their business and undergo environmental inspections.