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Syrian al-Qaeda branch confirms Abu Hammam al-Shami died during regime attack on meeting of group's commanders in Idlib.
06 Mar 2015 07:47 GMT | Syrian crisis, Nusra Front, Syria, Middle East
President Kiir and rebel leader Machar fail to reach power-sharing agreement during meetings in Ethiopia.
06 Mar 2015 14:14 GMT | Politics, War & Conflict, Africa, South Sudan
Joko Widodo defends his decision to reject clemency for foreign drug smugglers in exclusive interview with Al Jazeera.
06 Mar 2015 13:50 GMT | Politics, Indonesia, Australia, Asia Pacific, Law
Former Interior Minister Claude Gueant questioned over allegations ex-Libyan leader helped fund Sarkozy's 2007 campaign.
06 Mar 2015 14:56 GMT | Europe, France, Libya, Politics
Riad Ben Cheikh faces terrorism charges after allegedly arranging travel for 14-year-old girl to join armed group.
06 Mar 2015 15:19 GMT | War & Conflict, Europe, ISIL
Trial of 16-year-old boy delayed shortly after it began following his lawyer's request for new judges.
06 Mar 2015 16:52 GMT | Politics, Europe, Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Reported demolition at Nimrud comes less than a week after video was released showing destruction at Mosul museum.
05 Mar 2015 22:03 GMT | Arts & Culture, Iraq, Middle East, ISIL
Man shot and wounded after injuring four people in incident mirroring similar events last year, Israeli police say.
06 Mar 2015 10:45 GMT | Middle East, Jerusalem, Palestine
Officials find $1.4m of gold in diplomat's luggage at Bangladesh airport after he had said there was "nothing to scan".
06 Mar 2015 11:13 GMT | Asia, Bangladesh
Farmers along border areas say their situation has worsened since the 2014 Israeli assault on Gaza.
Amid civil war, contamination from an abandoned oilfield poses new threat to besieged civilians.
04 Mar 2015 12:54 GMT | Environment, Humanitarian crises, Africa, South Sudan, Oil spill
Shunned women attend festivities in Vrindavan, one of two north Indian cities known as the 'cities of widows'.
03 Mar 2015 15:09 GMT | Arts & Culture, Asia, India
The first skate ramp in occupied Palestine a dream come true for young people into rollerblading, skating and parkour.
03 Mar 2015 09:52 GMT | Arts & Culture, Middle East, Palestine
Over the past two decades, the number of Israeli settlers in the West Bank has climbed steadily.
03 Mar 2015 13:27 GMT | Politics, Middle East, Israel, Palestine, Interactive
Group's annual report reveals suffering caused by conflict is particularly striking in the Middle East and North Africa.
25 Feb 2015 20:00 GMT | Infographic, Human Rights
One of India's biggest movie stars discusses his latest projects, his relationship with his fans, and politics in India.
Arts & Culture, Asia, Cinema
The untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia.
Asia Pacific, Australia, Lebanon
After decades of corrupt rule, will a Chinese community's remarkable experiment in grassroots democracy succeed?
Politics, Asia, China
The history of modern Syria is offering an intriguing and incisive perspective on the current war in the country.
War & Conflict, Politics, Syria