South Korean news agency says unidentified missile appears to have blown up a few seconds into flight.
by Shereena Qazi
Arts & Culture
by Anealla Safdar
by Megan O'Toole
by Dorian Geiger
by Paul Bernal
North Korea launches 'failed missile test'
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Hekmatyar appears at Afghanistan Hezb-i-Islami meeting
Pope in Egypt: 'Violence cannot be in God's name'
When NGOs save children who don't want to be saved
Seoul rejects Trump demand it pays for missile system
Thai police obtain arrest warrant for Red Bull heir
The US and NAFTA: An explainer
Venezuela to leave Organization of American States
by Thembisa Fakude
by Andrea Mammone
by Ross Eventon
by Jyoti Malhotra
From protests in Macedonia, Brazil and Venezuela to March for Science and Earth Day, here is the week in photos.
This bastion of Kurdish nationalism lies at the heart of the war between the state and separatist rebels.
Relations may be tense between the neighbouring countries but some Eritreans are crossing the disputed border.
Students from various female colleges in Indian-administered Kashmir take part in mass protests against Indian soldiers.
Palestinians across occupied territories protest in solidarity with hunger-striking prisoners.
by Nigel Wilson
Businesswoman, city councillor and social activist Fatemeh Daneshvar tells Al Jazeera that she fears 'nothing but God'.
The visit comes three weeks after two separate bombings killed dozens of Egyptian Copts on Palm Sunday.
by Barbara Bibbo
Israel is the first country outside the US to get access to the F-35 warplane, the most expensive ever developed.
by Jonathan Cook
Women's activists say they are closer than ever to abolishing Article 308, which pardons rapists who marry their victim.
by Zena Tahhan
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