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Brazil vice president: Venezuela needs 'a change of government'

Hamilton Mourao discusses Venezuela's political crisis, Brazil reforms and the alleged persecution of minority groups.

Investigation

Exclusive: Amid unrest in Ferguson, police used text burner app

In 2014, US law enforcement officers began using secret messaging app Silent Phone which destroys text messages.

Exclusive: Amid unrest in Ferguson, police used text burner app

US & Canada

US Democrats introduce bill targeting voter suppression

The Voting Rights Advancement Act would help defend black and minority groups against voter suppression, Democrats say.

US Democrats introduce bill targeting voter suppression

US & Canada

US senators want report on Khashoggi killing from intel community

Democrats introduce bill demanding the National Intelligence Director submit a public report on the writer's murder.

US senators want report on Khashoggi killing from intel community

France

French president plans measures to tackle anti-Semitism

Macron will introduce legislation and adopt a new definition of anti-Semitism following a resurgence in hate speech.

French president plans measures to tackle anti-Semitism

Al Jazeera World

The Ceska Murders: Case Solved?

How Germany's failure to track down the killers of nine immigrants affected its relationship with the Turkish community.

Italy

Italy Senate blocks Salvini probe into holding migrants on ship

Controversial interior minister won't face trial after support from Five Star Movement, raising credibility questions.

Italy Senate blocks Salvini probe into holding migrants on ship

US & Canada

US Supreme Court liberal justice returns to bench

Justice Ginsburg is one of four liberal judges on a court with a 5-4 conservative majority.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returns after cancer surgery

Italy

Italian populist party put minister's immunity to online vote

Five Star movement asks supporters whether Matteo Salvini should be prosecuted for allegedly kidnapping migrants.

Italian populist party put minister's immunity to online vote

Bahrain

Bahrain top court upholds opposition leader's life term

Opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman loses appeal against his sentence on charges including spying for Qatar.

Bahrain's Supreme Court upholds Ali Salman's life sentence

Europe

Ex-guerrilla returns to Italy to serve life sentence for murder

The 64-year-old Cesare Battisti, who was on the run for four decades, was sent to a high-security prison in Sardinia.

Ex-guerrilla returns to Italy to serve life sentence for murder

Philippines

Locked up: Inside Manila City Jail

Al Jazeera investigates what life is like inside one of the world's most congested jails.

People & Power

Who paid for Brexit?

People and Power investigates the curious questions about the referendum. Was the original vote to leave the EU tainted?

Turkey

Turkey upholds sentencing of Kurdish politician Demirtas

A court upholds four years and eight months in prison for former opposition leader on 'terror propaganda' charges.

Turkey upholds sentencing of Kurdish politician Demirtas

Witness

A Thousand Girls Like Me: An Afghan Woman's Fight Against Rape

Khatera is determined to bring the father who raped her to justice even as family members threaten to kill her.