Al Jazeera investigation reveals how some of Britain’s top universities fail to protect students from sexual misconduct.
Panic grips non-local workers in the disputed region after four are shot dead in two days in targeted attacks.
Greece pledges to link Egypt to European Union’s energy market
The connection would happen through an underwater cable that carries electricity across the Mediterranean sea.
EU chief says Polish court ruling is a threat to the bloc
Ursula von der Leyen warns Warsaw that Brussels will act over acrimonious dispute concerning primacy of EU law.
US agency plans to allow ‘mix and match’ COVID boosters: Report
The FDA is set to allow vaccinated individuals to get a booster of a different vaccine, according to the New York Times.
Strong earthquake hits Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Egypt
No casualties reported as magnitude 6 earthquake struck cities across several countries in the Eastern Mediterranean.
US envoy to Afghanistan resigns in wake of chaotic withdrawal
Zalmay Khalilzad had been under pressure since the collapse of the Afghan government and the Taliban’s takeover.
US college football coach Rolovich fired for refusing COVID jab
Washington State University fired prominent coach Nick Rolovich for defying vaccine mandate for all state employees.
Lebanon sets March date for parliamentary election
Politicians also vote against adding six seats to represent diaspora and reject quota for women MPs.