Jammeh, who had conceded defeat last week, changes his position, demanding new polls due to "serious abnormalities".
Syria's Civil War
Battle for Aleppo
by Samer Abboud
by Lauren Zanolli
by Peter Lykke Lind
by Hamid Dabashi
Gambia's Jammeh rejects result of presidential election
Shock: The First Crusade and the Conquest of Jerusalem
China 'blocks' Mongolia border after Dalai Lama visit
Ghana's opposition leader wins presidential election
US to deploy 200 more troops for Raqqa offensive
Syria army pounds Aleppo rebels; Russia vows no let-up
White nationalist Richard Spencer talks to Al Jazeera
Bombard and besiege: How Syrian army took over Aleppo
Anti-Islam Wilders calls hate speech verdict 'insanity'
Trump era has Beijing on edge
by Andrew Mitrovica
by Malak Chabkoun
by Anurag Acharya
Learning to juggle, walk on stilts and ride unicycles, young Syrians in Southeast Turkey cope with the trauma of the war
A photo round-up of some of the week's key events, from a plane crash in Pakistan to an earthquake in Indonesia.
Search for earthquake survivors that was halted at night by rain and blackouts resumed on second day.
The Bike Project collects and fixes unwanted bikes before giving them to refugees so that they can move around the city.
The work of Syrian filmmaker, Saeed al-Batal, explores the feeling of never knowing when – or if – you will return.
by Tom Rollins
The collapse of the armed opposition in Aleppo has removed the major military threats to regime advancement.
The new Arab Human Development report seeks to dispel misconceptions about young Arabs in the region.
by Jad Chaaban
Battle for Mosul
Seven weeks into the Mosul operation, the remaining residents struggle for basics of survival.
by John Beck
The recently concluded Fatah congress only intensified the aimless drift that characterises Palestinian condition today.
by Mouin Rabbani
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