Rob Matheson

Rob Matheson

Education

Qatar opens new state-of-the-art 'noisy' library

Qatar hopes its new national library will appeal to today's children and prepare them for a future in leadership and business.

Qatar opens new state-of-the-art 'noisy' library

Europe

Malta: Car bomb kills Panama Papers anti-corruption journalist

A journalist who has been leading the fight against corruption in Malta has been killed by a car bomb.

Malta: Car bomb kills Panama Papers anti-corruption journalist

US & Canada

Oscar board expels Harvey Weinstein from Motion Picture Academy

Film mogul Harvey Weinstein has been removed from the organisation which hands out the Oscars.

Oscar board expels Harvey Weinstein from Motion Picture Academy

Middle East

Mauritania referendum: Counting under way in controversial vote

Vote counting is under way in a divisive referendum on Mauritania's constitution.

Mauritania referendum: Counting under way in controversial vote

Africa

Mauritania edges towards referendum vote

Dramatic changes to Mauritania's constitution could get the go-ahead soon. A referendum is being held on whether to approve or reject political reforms and abolish the senate. Al Jazeera’s Rob Matheson reports from Nouakchott, Mauritania

Mauritania edges towards referendum vote

Latin America

Thousands flee to Colombia before Venezuela strike, vote

More Venezuelans are crossing the border into Colombia before a strike called by the opposition and an election called by the government.

Thousands flee to Colombia before Venezuela strike, vote

Latin America

Venezuela: Vigil held in Caracas to mourn deaths of protesters

Venezuelans held a vigil in the capital Caracas Monday night for the more than 100 people killed during anti-government protests.

Venezuela: Vigil held in Caracas to mourn deaths of protesters

Latin America

More deaths as protests continue in Venezuela

At least 80 people have been killed in months of protests against economic chaos.

More deaths as protests continue in Venezuela

Asia

Dhaka cafe reopens on anniversary of deadly ISIL attack

The Gulshan Holey Artisan Bakery – the site of an attack claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group in Dhaka - has reopened on the first anniversary of a siege which killed 22 people. Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.

Dhaka cafe reopens on anniversary of deadly ISIL attack

Asia

Eid celebrations in Kashmir marred by violence

Fighting erupted during Eid celebrations in Indian-administered Kashmir. Muslims say their rights are being threatened. And separatists want India to release control of the territory.

Eid celebrations in Kashmir marred by violence

Asia

Mongolians vote in the shadow of corruption allegations

Polling stations have opened across Mongolia for the country’s presidential election, with many seeking a leader who could rescue the struggling economy.

Mongolians vote in the shadow of corruption allegations

Middle East

Qatar says 'blockade' will not affect it

Qatar's Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said that punishing measures imposed on the peninsula by several countries, including 'economic sanctions', will not be felt.

Qatar says 'blockade' will not affect it