Al Jazeera speaks to freed Palestinian prisoner, wanted by the US for helping in a Jerusalem cafe bombing 16 years ago.
by Ali Younes
by Nigel Wilson
by Omar Al Saleh
Palestine21 Mar 2017 10:35 GMT
Egypt applied severe pressure on Palestinian president to end internal division and resume Palestinian-Israeli talks.
Humanitarian crises21 Mar 2017 12:40 GMT
Libyan prime minister asked for rescue and emergency equipment to curb illegal migration across its border into Europe.
Middle East20 Mar 2017 05:41 GMT
Syria's chlorine problem: the human toll of chlorine attacks in six years of civil war.
Middle East23 Mar 2017 05:17 GMT
Rebel fighters in Syria have opened a new frontline in Hama province where they have taken over several villages. This follows Sunday's surprise rebel assault on the capital Damascus.
United States23 Mar 2017 03:34 GMT
First meeting of international coalition since Trump's election held in Washington on the way forward in defeating ISIL.
Europe23 Mar 2017 01:50 GMT
Ambassador to Ankara summoned after Norway grants political asylum to Turkish officers allegedly linked to failed coup.
Middle East22 Mar 2017 21:14 GMT
US hosts meeting of 68 countries working to defeat ISIL in Iraq and Syria.
Middle East22 Mar 2017 21:04 GMT
Activists say a suspected US-led coalition air raid struck a school sheltering displaced people near ISIL-held Raqqa.
Middle East22 Mar 2017 20:09 GMT
One Kurdish family is speaking out more than a year after their daughter was allegedly killed by Turkish sniper fire.
ISIS22 Mar 2017 19:57 GMT
Senior senator says Turkey watching as decision must be made on arming Kurdish fighters in the coming battle for Raqqa.
Syria's Civil War22 Mar 2017 13:15 GMT
Less dramatic than the barrel bombs and less celebrated than the White Helmets but Syria’s green buses are still iconic.
Religion22 Mar 2017 09:11 GMT
Inauguration ceremony of newly renovated shrine marks the completion of a nine-month project.
Israeli–Palestinian conflict22 Mar 2017 06:27 GMT
Revelations about Israel's infiltration of NGOs in the 1970s shocked many, but human rights 'spies' are still out there.
- Nicola Perugini
Hezbollah21 Mar 2017 21:26 GMT
Israel's military chief claims Hezbollah military commander in Syria was killed by members of his own group.
Middle East21 Mar 2017 21:01 GMT
UK authorities to prohibit large electronic devices on direct flights coming from six Muslim-majority countries.
by James Denselow
by Neve Gordon
- Nicola Perugini
by Mark LeVine
by Alia Brahimi
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