Al Jazeera Staff

Al Jazeera Staff

War & Conflict

Peter Galbraith: 'Kurdistan's independence is inevitable'

Ex-US diplomat says Iraqi Kurds' independence inevitable and Baghdad government cannot prevent it from happening.

Peter Galbraith: 'Kurdistan's independence is inevitable'

Egypt

Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein: 300 days in prison

Egypt arrested the journalist while he was on holiday in Cairo last December and have held him without charge since.

Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein: 300 days in prison

Syria's Civil War

Turkish troops enter northern Syria in new operation

Final destination unclear as convoy of armoured carriers carrying about 80 soldiers crosses the border to enter Idlib.

Turkish troops enter northern Syria in new operation

Racism

Explained: Alt-right, alt-light and militias in the US

The US far right is a crowded political terrain. Here are the differences and similarities between some key groups.

Explained: Alt-right, alt-light and militias in the US

Far Right

A brief dictionary to help understand the US far right

Al Jazeera breaks down some of the most important phrases, terms and numerology that are used by the far right online.

A brief dictionary to help understand the US far right

US & Canada

How have black writers responded to Trump's NFL attack?

US President Donald Trump urged NFL owners to fire any 'son of a b****' who 'disrespects our flag'.

How have black writers responded to Trump's NFL attack?

Human Rights

Myanmar: Who are the Rohingya?

Why are the more than one million Rohingya in Myanmar considered the 'world's most persecuted minority'?

Myanmar: Who are the Rohingya?

Middle East

Libyan rights groups accuse UAE of war crimes

Groups say hundreds of civilians killed in air strikes by UAE and forces loyal to a UAE-allied renegade general.

Libyan rights groups accuse UAE of war crimes

Human Rights

CAGE's Muhammad Rabbani to appeal against court ruling

CAGE's Rabbani says guilty verdict confirms person can foul of terrorism laws for protecting client confidentiality.

CAGE's Muhammad Rabbani to appeal against court ruling

Germany

Germany's far right: From the AfD to neo-Nazis

The Alternative for Germany (AfD) is set to enter Germany's Bundestag on Sunday, but it is not alone on the far right.

Germany's far right: From the AfD to neo-Nazis

Business & Economy

Who can afford an iPhone X?

Apple's new iPhone X is priced at almost $1,000. But how does that compare to average monthly salaries across the world?

Who can afford an iPhone X?

War & Conflict

Three things to know about North Korea's missile tests

With advances in its long-range missile programme, here are three technical milestones and why they matter.

Three things to know about North Korea's missile tests