Iraq

Iraq: 45 ISIL members killed in Syria air raids

Iraqi military says it struck meeting of ISIL leaders in Hajin region, in the eastern Syrian province of Deir Az Zor.

Iraq: 45 ISIL members killed in Syria air raids

United Kingdom

Tens of thousands demand new vote in anti-Brexit march

Pro-EU demonstrators in London demand a second public vote on Britain's departure deal, two years after referendum.

UK: Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit protesters call for new vote

World Cup 2018

World Cup 2018: There is no 'i' in Sweden's team

Sweden has a proud tradition of playing an organised-style of football, starting with the academies that feed clubs in its domestic league.

World Cup 2018

Is Mexico's World Cup 2018 campaign aided by the supernatural?

Mexico's self-proclaimed 'head warlock' is attempting to enlist spiritual guardians to aid the nation's football team using mystical traditions that predate the invasion of Spanish conquistadors.

Journalism under fire

Pleas to release Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein at IPI congress

The International Press Institute celebrates the hard work and resilience of journalists while condemning state and non-state actors targeting members of the media, including Egypt's imprisonment of Mahmoud Hussein.

Asia Pacific

Violent postelection riots continue in Papua New Guinea

Prime Minister Peter O'Neill has declared a state of emergency after a disputed election result triggered rioting in Papua New Guinea, casting a pall over the upcoming APEC summit in the Pacific nation.

Europe

Windrush generation celebrates 70 years since arriving in the UK

The British government has apologised for the treatment of Caribbean immigrants known as the 'Windrush generation' and has promised celebrations to honour the migrants that helped rebuild the country after World War II.

United States

Hundreds protest police killing of unarmed black teen

Protests continue for third day after officer kills unarmed black 17-year-old who was fleeing police.

Antwon Rose: Hundreds protest police killing of unarmed teen

First Nations

Billboards celebrate indigenous women's resilience in Canada

Fifty First Nations, Inuit and Metis women artists will have their work on display on billboards across Canada.

Billboards celebrate indigenous women's resilience in Canada

World Cup 2018

Egypt's Salah given honourary Chechen citizenship

Chechnya leader Ramzan Kadyrov pinned broach of Chechen flag onto Mohamed Salah's shirt during ceremonial banquet.

Egypt's Mohamed Salah given honourary Chechen citizenship

Latin America

Nicaragua's govt accused of 'serious' human rights violations

Nicaragua's government is being accused of human rights violations during two months of protests and crackdown.

US & Canada

Donald Trump under pressure over immigration crisis

A defiant Donald Trump is sticking to his 'zero-tolerance' policy on immigration.