Al Jazeera journalists and guests dissect and discuss the day’s top story.
UN chief says growing mistrust between countries is making it difficult for the the body to tackle global crises.
The US pressures all sides to stop fighting and negotiate peace in northern Ethiopia.
The US, Australia and UK have announced a major defence agreement in the Asia Pacific.
European Commission President says the bloc should increase its military capabilities.
The United Kingdom says it will offer booster jabs to people aged over 50, with other countries expected to follow suit.
Naftali Bennett met Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in Sharm El Sheikh.
From technology to education and entertainment, few sectors have been spared from regulatory crackdowns.
US President Biden faces legal and political challenges to close notorious prison.
UN warns of ‘economic meltdown’ without urgent cash and help for Afghanistan.
The party that led the government for a decade was dealt a severe blow in parliamentary polls.
French firm Lafarge could face renewed charges of complicity in crimes against humanity in Syria.
Caretaker government faces criticism for excluding women and being dominated by the Taliban’s ‘old guard’.