Talks on a trade deal are deadlocked, but European Parliament liberals expect agreement will eventually be reached.
Tolerance Minister Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan is accused of sexual assault by one of the event’s curators.
Jyoti Paswan cycled 1,200km in May with her injured father on the back, drawing adulation and international headlines.
Hadassah hospital said Palestinian official has been put on a ventilator and in a medically induced coma.
Taiwan’s foreign ministry says the violence ensued when two Chinese diplomats gatecrashed an event in Fiji.
A US media report says US officials hoped a deal with President al-Assad could free freelance journalist, therapist.
Last week, a bombshell survey indicated that nearly 60 percent of Scots would vote to quit the United Kingdom.
US top infectious disease expert said he was worried after the ‘superspreader event’ at the White House on September 26.
Police arrested Shady Abu Zaid in May 2018 after plain-clothed security officers raided his house in Cairo.
Muhammad Safdar of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz party arrested, his wife Maryam Nawaz says.
New report documents torture, lack of due process and rampant corruption in North Korea’s pre-trial detention system.
Gross domestic product grew by 4.9 percent in the third quarter after a 3.2 percent expansion in the March-June period.
Government’s scientific panel warns the onset of winter and upcoming festivals could lead to significant spike in cases.
Leading politicians join crowds in Paris, as country mobilises in support of 47-year-old who was killed outside school.
Etihad Airways flight landed at Israel’s Ben-Gurion airport on Monday, later departing with Israeli delegation on board.
Cabbage prices have surged an eye-watering 60 percent due to extreme weather, hurting makers of the spicy Korean staple.
The SARS unit has been accused of physical abuse and torture, as nationwide calls for police reform increase.
The bodies were recovered from newly discovered mass graves in Tarhuna, south of capital Tripoli.
Vote follows a year of political turmoil in the Andean nation following the resignation of former President Evo Morales.
It has taken me years to speak up and speak out in the hope that others might find strength to voice their own stories.
Months since the pandemic began, how much more do we know about how the coronavirus affects the human body?
Main opposition candidate Diallo suggests President Conde may ‘cheat’ in order to ‘grant himself a presidency for life’.
Rallies to commemorate a year since mass protests descend into night-time violence and looting.
Document alleges reporting might have affected ‘national security’ or the Thai people’s ‘good morals’.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemns attacks on civilians in fighting over the disputed region.
UK government is due to send letters to 200,000 traders setting out new customs, tax rules as EU trade talks stall.
Demonstrators have criticised the monarchy, a subject that was previously off-limits.
Right-wing nationalist secures victory over incumbent Mustafa Akinci at runoff vote.
The Israeli delegation, accompanied by US treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin, will travel to the UAE next.
Trump’s barbs at Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the target of a kidnapping plot, prompted chants of ‘lock her up’.
President Trump visits Nevada church before rally, as Democratic candidate Biden hosts drive-in rally in North Carolina.
Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat’s health worsens 10 days after first announcing he contracted coronavirus.
Protesters defy ban, arrests to rally in central Bangkok for a fourth day, as prime minister suggests talks.
Calls grow for state and national prescribed burns strategies to prevent repeat of huge wildfires in Western states.
A 13-year conventional arms embargo on Iran has ended, but the implications for Iran and the region remain uncertain.
Almost 5.5 million registered for the election expected to be tight race between Conde, opposition leader Diallo.
Four women share their stories of hardship and survival in Sierra Leone, where falling pregnant can mean risking death.
What for many was a temporary break from the office to stop the spread of COVID-19 has become a new way of life.
Al Jazeera asks the same key questions about the presidential election to voters across the United States.
More than 100 people wounded in a powerful car bomb in Ghor province, interior ministry said.
Citizens and residents allowed to perform daily prayers at the Grand Mosque in Mecca for the first time in seven months.
Senior police official said officers reserve right to use firearms on demonstrators against President Lukashenko.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero confronted Sian Massey-Ellis over her decision to award a throw-in.
House of presidential candidate N’Guessan in Bongounou burned down, two people reported killed and several injured.
Israel to send delegates to Bahrain on Sunday to formalise nascent ties following US-brokered normalisation deal.
Tired of police harrassment and brutality, Nigerian women have been at the heart of nationwide protests.
Danny Faure discusses what a political establishment that has been in power since 1977 has to offer moving forward.
Landslide in Quang Tri province comes days after another mudslide killed 13, mostly soldiers, in neighbouring region.
Women’s rights groups have raised concerns that Amy Coney Barrett will restrict abortion access in the United States.
President Erdogan said the estimated reserves in a gas field off its Black Sea coast reached 405 billion cubic metres.
Former president has been indicted by the ICC for war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity.
A women-run solar station near the front line in Abs is empowering its owners and improving life in their community.
From a large Chassidic family to the foster care system, I learned to embrace the people unwelcome at others’ tables.
Protesters mark first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite.
Indigenous fishers in Canada are asserting their right to fish for a ‘moderate livelihood’ outside the regulated season.
In ‘historic shift’, incumbent prime minister delivers biggest election victory for her Labour Party in 50 years.
Joe Biden campaigned in the midwestern US state on Friday, and Donald Trump held a rally there on Saturday evening.