UN says $1bn pledged by donor states amounts to half of amount needed to combat 'world's largest hunger crisis'.
by Osama Bin Javaid
by Alok Putul
by Megan O'Toole
by Neha Thirani Bagri
by Al Jazeera
Reza Aslan believes in everything - just a little bit
South Korea deploys parts of US missile defense
Syria's war explained from the beginning
Inside Tehran's monument to US 'arrogance'
US judge halts Trump's plan to punish sanctuary cities
UN says 17 million face famine in Yemen
Two Koreas: History at a glance
India Maoist attack survivor: Soldiers fell like trees
'I will leave France if Le Pen becomes president'
Killed for their bones - On the trail of the trade in human body parts
by Alastair Sloan
by Hamid Dabashi
by Narayan Adhikari
by Saeid Golkar
Since Qayyarah was retaken from ISIL, the town's maternity hospital has been serving women across the region.
An intrusion of cold air has pleased skiers, and worried farmers, in Europe
From protests in Kashmir and Venezuela to a rally in Palestine and celebrations in Turkey, here is the week in photos.
A Lebanese NGO is supporting Syrian refugees with mobile clinics.
The US embassy in Iran has been reopened as a museum chronicling the bitter history of bilateral relations.
Occupied West Bank
The arrest of Birzeit University student Kifah Quzmar has highlighted the plight of thousands of Palestinians.
by Ylenia Gostoli
The recent Coptic church bombings could further damage the already crippled tourism sector in the country.
Sex education is almost non-existent in Lebanese schools – so who is teaching the facts and joys of life instead?
by Lizzie Porter
Palestinians living under occupation will 'continue to be further brutalised' by expansion of Israel's gas industry.
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