COVID news from January 16: New law requires people to have vaccination certificate to enter public places.
Linah Alsaafin is an online producer with Al Jazeera English.
COVID news from January 15: UN-backed vaccine-sharing programme has delivered one billion doses to 144 nations.
Blanket booster programmes in rich countries risk prolonging the battle with COVID-19, WHO chief says.
Support for Palestine was on avid display throughout the Arab Cup 2021, especially by Algeria’s team and fans.
WHO chief warns of reinfection from COVID as US officials say Omicron variant now accounts for 73.2 percent of cases.
The first legislative elections will see native Qatari citizens elect 30 candidates of the 45-member Shura Council.
Widespread reluctance to get a shot led officials and medics to launch campaign about positive effects of vaccination.
Israel bans more than 1,000 ‘dual-usage’ construction materials leaving Palestinians to repurpose rubble for rebuilding.
The squad has carried out 1,200 missions to neutralise, defuse and destroy unexploded warheads in residential areas.
Sheikh Jarrah families rejected Avichai Mendelbit’s stance, saying the case is not a legal issue but forced expulsion.