Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Palestinians take to the streets for Nakba Day

Every May 15, demonstrators mark the expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians during the creation of Israel.

Palestinians take to the streets for Nakba Day

Humanitarian crises

Italy rescues 484 people from the Mediterranean

Seven bodies also recovered on Saturday as refugees and migrants were trying to cross into Europe on four rubber boats.

Italy rescues 484 people from the Mediterranean

Middle East

Jordanian 'attacker' shot dead by Israeli police

Alleged stabber had entered Israel on a tourist visa, according to police, and attacked officer in East Jerusalem area.

Jordanian 'attacker' shot dead by Israeli police

Talk to Al Jazeera

Henrique Capriles: Venezuela is not all about Maduro

The opposition leader talks about challenging Maduro's government and the worst poverty crisis in Venezuela's history.

Middle East

Palestinian youth shot dead by Israeli forces

Saba Nidal Obaid, 20, was shot in the stomach while at demonstrations in support of 1,500 Palestinians on hunger strike.

Palestinian shot dead by Israeli forces in Nabi Saleh

Humanitarian crises

Week in pictures: From Macron to Moon

From French president to South Korea's president and Iranian presidential election campaign, here is the week in photos.

Week in pictures: From Macron to Moon

Humanitarian crises

Nearly 90,000 Afghans displaced in 2017, says UN

As fighting continues in many parts of Afghanistan, displacement has soared in recent months, says new UN report.

Nearly 90,000 Afghans displaced in 2017, says UN

Humanitarian crises

More than 200 cholera cases reported in Yemen's Sanaa

Preventable disease blamed for several deaths as civilians continue to bear the brunt of two-year war in Yemen.

UpFront

Can Syrian rebels ever defeat Assad?

Senior member of the Syrian High Negotiations Committee Bassma Kodmani weighs in on the turmoil raging in Syria.

War & Conflict

Week in pictures: From May Day rallies to Mosul clashes

A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including protests in Indonesia, Brazil and Venezuela.

Week in pictures: From May Day rallies to Mosul clashes

War & Conflict

The Eritreans fleeing to Ethiopia

Relations may be tense between the neighbouring countries but some Eritreans are crossing the disputed border.

The Eritreans fleeing to Ethiopia

Opinion

Nepal's earthquake disaster: Two years and $4.1bn later

Despite the billions pledged, the majority of Nepalis affected by the earthquake still don't have proper housing.

Narayan Adhikari

by Narayan Adhikari

Narayan Adhikari

Syria's Civil War

Syria gas attack: 'people scared to be the next victim'

Survivors and aid workers share their stories of horror and shock after suspected chemical attack in Syria.

Humanitarian crises

Week in pictures: Kashmir protests to Palestine rally

From protests in Kashmir and Venezuela to a rally in Palestine and celebrations in Turkey, here is the week in photos.

Week in pictures: Kashmir protests to Palestine rally

Humanitarian crises

How Germany used Islam during World War I

A refugee camp in a small German town stands on the spot of a mosque built to entice Muslims to fight for the kaiser.

How Germany used Islam during World War I