Europe

Verdict to be announced over 96 killed in 1989 Liverpool stadium disaster

Familes of victims killed in one of football's worst stadium disasters will learn on Wednesday whether those responsible for the tragedy will be brought to justice.

Latin America

Helicopter attacks Venezuela Supreme Court building

Interior minister says four grenades thrown from stolen police helicopter, in what authorities called a 'terror attack'.

Venezuela Supreme Court attacked from helicopter

Middle East

Qatar: Saudi demands unacceptable, not backed by proof

Foreign minister says Doha agrees with the US' position that demands submitted by a Saudi-led bloc should be 'rational'.

Qatar: Saudi demands unacceptable, not backed by proof

Middle East

Rights advocates call on UAE to free prominent activist

Political and human rights advocates call for the release of Ahmed Mansoor, who has spent 100 days in UAE detention.

Letter calls on UAE to release Ahmed Mansoor

Latin America

Brazil's president says corruption charge is 'fiction'

Michel Temer accuses Brazil's prosecutor general of seeking 'revenge, destruction and vengeance' with the indictment.

Brazil's president says corruption charge is 'fiction'

Science & Technology

Your questions about Petya ransomware attack answered

Cyber-security expert tells Al Jazeera the latest attack appears to be more serious than a similar incident in May.

Petya ransomware attack: Five questions answered

Middle East

Saudi Arabia: Qatar demand list is non-negotiable

Doha must 'amend its behaviour' or 'remain isolated', says Riyadh's foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir.

Saudi Arabia: Qatar demand list is non-negotiable

Business & Economy

The mysterious fall in Saudi foreign reserves

Net foreign assets falling despite narrower budget deficit, mystifying economists and diplomats monitoring Riyadh.

The mysterious fall in Saudi foreign reserves

Science & Technology

Facebook now has two billion users

Five years after hitting the one billion mark, the social media giant founded in 2004 hit another milestone.

Facebook hits two billion user mark

Europe

'Most complex' round of Cyprus talks set to begin

FMs of three guarantor powers, the UK, Greece and Turkey, will join talks alongside Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders.

Renewed Cyprus talks set to begin in Switzerland

Africa

Children, police killed in Kenya-Somalia border blast

At least eight people, including four children, killed in suspected al-Shabab bombing in Lamu county.

Deadly blast targets police near Kenya-Somalia border

Africa

Zimbabwe efforts to contain bird flu outbreak

The government of Zimbabwe is trying to contain an outbreak of bird flu that has killed thousands of chickens. It is the latest threat to a poultry industry that was already under pressure.