Here are the stories you shouldn’t miss, plus the ones you should keep an eye on for Wednesday:
We begin in South Asia, where a roadside blast has killed at least six police officers in Pakistan’s city of Quetta. We report from Islamabad.
Staying in Asia, Afghanistan is in mourning after 71 people were killed in Taliban attacks.
To Turkey, which is locked in a war of words with Europe ahead of this weekend’s EU summit. Turkey has a “crucial role in the Middle East”, as one analyst tells us, so why are there tensions? Find out here.
Kenya is gripped by tension after the opposition candidate Raila Odinga pulled out of a re-run vote. A senior electoral official has resigned. Will the election still take place? We break the developments down.
Hate crimes are on the rise in the UK following the Brexit vote and after a series of attacks. We report on the latest government survey and speak to victims of hate crimes.
Stay with us on aljazeera.com for more…