The Brief: Kenya, Palestinian deal, Austria vote

Tensions in Kenya as candidate quits race, outrage after US black man issued arrest warrant after beating, Austria vote.

    The Brief: Kenya, Palestinian deal, Austria vote
    DeAndre Harris is assaulted beside the Charlottesville police station after a white nationalist rally was disbursed by police [File: Zach Roberts/AP Photo]

    Here are the stories you shouldn't miss, plus the ones you should keep an eye on for Thursday:

    Don't miss:

    • And in Canada, we report on the thousands of indigenous children were forcibly removed from their homes and placed with non-native families.

    Looking ahead:

    • Austria goes to the polls on Sunday, with expectations that the far right will claim votes. We will bring you an interview with political scientist Cas Mudde.
    • There are days to go until Trump's October 15 deadline to certify or withdraw Iran from the nuclear deal. We have analysed why Trump's threat matter, voices from Iran and will bring you more analysis today.
    • And to Greece, where a Pakistani migrant has been severely beaten. Is sentiment against minorities rising once again? We bring you the latest on the victim's condition.

    Stay with us on for more...

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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