Jamal Khashoggi

Pompeo: Khashoggi investigation is ongoing

Secretary of State says the US with hold those found responsible for the killing of Jamal Khashoggi accountable.

Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

Google

Google has 'no plans' for censored China search engine

Appearing before US Congress, Google CEO Sundar Pichai also denied the search engine has a political bias.

No plans for censored Chinese search engine: Google CEO

US & Canada

NYPD drops charges against mother after outrage over arrest video

The video showed a 23-year-old mother from Brooklyn being arrested while clinging to her baby.

Jamal Khashoggi

Khashoggi murder: Trump says he stands by Saudi crown prince

US president refuses to condemn MBS despite CIA assessment that the crown prince ordered the killing of Khashoggi.

Khashoggi murder: Trump says he stands by Saudi crown prince

United States

Charlottesville: Life sentence recommended for James Alex Fields

Jury recommends life in prison for man who rammed his car into a crowd of anti-fascists at 2017 white nationalist rally.

Charlottesville: Life sentence recommended for James Alex Fields

Donald Trump

Trump, top Democrats openly spar over border wall

US president repeats threat to shut down the government if Democrats don't agree to fund wall on southern border.

Trump, Pelosi, Schumer openly spar over border wall

Russia

Russia scoffs at US criticism of bomber deployment to Venezuela

Massive Tu-160 bomber is capable of carrying conventional or nuclear-tipped cruise missiles with a range of 5,550km.

Russia scoffs at US criticism of bomber deployment to Venezuela

Media

Time honours Khashoggi, journalists as Person of the Year

Journalists from Myanmar, Philippines, Saudi Arabia and a newspaper in the US named as 2018's 'Guardians' of truth.

Business & Economy

Markets edgy as China, US discuss trade-talks road map

Top officials from world's two largest economies discuss plan for next stage of their trade negotiations.

China and US discuss trade talks timetable

Philippines

117 years on, US returns war-trophy bells to Philippines

Balangiga bells, taken by US troops from burning town after 1901 clash, arrive back in the Philippines on Tuesday.

117 years on, US returns war-trophy bells to Philippines

Human Rights

'Appalling' video shows NY police pulling baby from mother's arms

Outrage over video showing NYPD officers violently yanking toddler from his mother's arms at Brooklyn food stamp office.

'Appalling' video shows NY police pulling baby from mother's arms

Women's Rights

US top court rebuffs state bids to cut Planned Parenthood funds

Court declines to review Louisiana, Kansas appeals seeking to end funding to the reproductive health organisation.

US top court rebuffs state bids to cut Planned Parenthood funds

Latin America

Migrants separated at US border: 'Don’t hurt my mamma or papa'

Al Jazeera captures the separation of families at the US-Mexico border.

Opinion

Marc Lamont Hill and the Israeli lobby on US campuses

Calls for Marc Lamont Hill's 'dismissal' from Temple University shows Israel is losing the battle at US universities.

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China

China slams Canada's 'inhumane' treatment of Huawei CFO

China says Canada has violated her human rights by not allowing Meng proper medical care while in detainment.

China slams Canada's 'inhumane' treatment of Huawei CFO