Tens of thousands march in US capital Washington, DC, as solidarity protests take place in Europe, Asia and Africa.
by Ryan Rifai
US & Canada
by Al Jazeera Round Table
by Marwan Bishara
by James Reinl
Women around the world rally against President Trump
Gambia crisis ends as Jammeh leaves for exile
Why women march today in Washington
The seven biggest threats to Donald Trump's presidency
Trump to CIA: I am with you 1,000 percent
Lady and the Trump
Trump: Targeting Barack Obama's legacy?
Study linking herbicide to serious disease fuels debate
Trouble for Trump: Iran, North Korea, Palestine, China
Suicide bombers blow themselves up in Saudi Arabia
by Patricia Sabga
by Hamid Dabashi
by Tristan Ahtone
In many areas, Palestinians received only three hours of electricity at a time, punctuated by 12-hour blackouts.
From protests in the US, to cargo plane crash in Kyrgyzstan, and jubilation in Gambia, here is the week in pictures.
Fearful of deportations at official camps, refugees in Serbia find cover in make-shift shelters.
Much of southern Europe is experiencing its second round of snow in just under two weeks.
Supporters say the constitutional reform will bring stability, but critics believe it may 'lead to a one-man rule'.
by Birce Bora
Recent Karak siege was just the latest setback to an industry in flux.
by Eoin Wilson
by Ezz Zanoun
A meaningful unity requires a serious engagement in restructuring and reinventing the Palestinian political system.
by Alaa Tartir
Political, ideological and economic factors have contributed to the flow of fighters from Iran to Syria, analysts say.
by Shenaz Kermalli
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