Al Jazeera journalists and guests dissect and discuss the day’s top story.
COVID-19 infections in China cause delivery delays and shortages around the world.
ICC chief prosecutor wants a full investigation into possible crimes against humanity.
Leading industrialised nations promote ‘democratic’ alternative to China’s infrastructure project
It’s been more than 20 years since Nigeria transitioned to civilian rule but millions are still struggling.
The government in Algiers says Saturday’s vote will build a ‘new Algeria’.
US president is meeting world leaders in Europe, promising ‘America is back’.
Royal Dutch Shell says it will change strategy after a court ruling forced it to cut its emissions.
Messaging app leads to hundreds of arrests in global sting operation.
El Salvador announces plans to make Bitcoin legal tender, but other countries are concerned about cryptocurrencies.
Germany apologises for genocide of Indigenous tribes in Namibia, but critics say the compensation deal is an ‘insult’.
G7 nations reach landmark agreement on 15 percent corporate tax rate.
Hardline judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi is favourite among seven candidates to win Iran’s June 18 presidential election.