Paul Chaderjian

Paul Chaderjian

Europe

One of world's most wanted people smugglers faces trial

Prosecutors say he is responsible for sending thousands of people on boats from Libya to Europe, with more than 1,500 drowning on the way. But his lawyers say they have got the wrong man.

One of world's most wanted people smugglers faces trial

Asia

India's Mumbai paralysed by deadly floods

Two days of heavy monsoon rains have killed at least six people, including two children, in Mumbai. The worst flooding in more than a decade brought India's western coastal city to a standstill.

India's Mumbai paralysed by deadly floods

Africa

Guinea's opposition plans August rally

Guinea's main opposition party is planning a nationwide rally to call for local council elections, which haven't been held since President Alpha Conde took office in 2010.

Guinea's opposition plans August rally

Asia

India monsoon rains affect nearly two million people

At least 80 people have been killed and nearly two million people are affected by torrential monsoon rain, flooding and landslides, in northeast India.

India monsoon rains affect nearly two million people

Asia

Nepal: Party backed by Madheshi community boycotts vote

More than 60,000 candidates are competing for votes in the second phase of Nepal's first election in two decades.

Nepal: Party backed by Madheshi community boycotts vote

Latin America

Chile protesters call for free higher education

Clashes have erupted in Chile's capital Santiago between police and protesters calling on President Michelle Bachelet to fulfill her promises of improvements to the educational system and more reforms.

Chile protesters call for free higher education

Middle East

Syria army in crossroads with rebel group to take ISIL’s Raqqa

Syrian government forces say they have pushed the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group out of eastern Aleppo. The military is now aiming to take over Raqqa, which is ISIL’s last remaining stronghold in Syria.

Syria army in crossroads with rebel group to take ISIL’s Raqqa

Asia

Young Indian innovators are recycling cigarette butts into manure

Discarded cigarette butts are a major environmental hazard. Two entrepreneurs in India have come up with a way to turn the litter into good use.

Young Indian innovators are recycling cigarette butts into manure

Middle East

Israeli policeman caught on video beating Palestinian truck driver

An Israeli policeman who attacked a Palestinian truck driver has been suspended and is facing a criminal investigation. The incident was caught on video, and has caused widespread outrage. Al Jazeera's Paul Chaderjian reports.

Israeli policeman caught on video beating Palestinian truck driver

Latin America

Peru floods: Military rescues stranded villagers

Rising flood waters in Peru have killed at least 48 people and destroyed thousands of homes. The government is pledging $250m for the rebuilding efforts.

Peru floods: Military rescues stranded villagers

Egypt

Egypt’s court acquits former president Hosni Mubarak

Long-ruling leader Hosni Mubarak has been acquitted of inciting deadly violence during the 2011 uprising in Egypt. The 88-year-old was originally sentenced to life in prison for his alleged role in the killing of hundreds of peaceful protesters.

Egypt’s court acquits former president Hosni Mubarak

US & Canada

Flap over Arabic calligraphy prompts US school closure

Lessons cancelled in school in Virginia after parents complain children could be indoctrinated with Islamic beliefs.

Flap over Arabic calligraphy prompts US school closure