Afghanistan

Roadside bomb kills 15 civilians in northern Afghanistan

Officials say families were on their way to a wedding party when their vehicle hit an improvised explosive device.

Roadside bomb kills 15 civilians in northern Afghanistan

Middle East

Global casualty toll of landmines doubled since 2013: Monitor

Landmines killed or injured some 6,897 people in 2018, up from a record low figure of 3,457 casualties in 2013.

Global casualty toll of landmines doubled since 2013: Monitor

Afghanistan

Blast targets UN vehicle in Afghanistan killing one foreigner

Grenade attack in the capital, Kabul, also wounds five others leaving the vehicle heavily damaged.

Blast targets UN vehicle in Afghanistan killing one foreigner

The Listening Post

Distract, deflect, disinform: Israeli politics in spin cycle

How Israeli politicians are demonising Palestinians and using Gaza to score points. Plus, Algeria's viral stars.

The Bottom Line

Transcript: Is Trump turning Pentagon into a protection racket?

Read the full transcript of our debate on whether Trump's strategy is making the military look like a mercenary force.

Yemen

Yemen's Houthis release captured South Korean, Saudi vessels

Ships seized by Houthis rebels on Sunday were South Korean and Saudi-flagged in the latest Red Sea incident.

Yemen's Houthis release captured South Korean, Saudi vessels

Al Jazeera World

Suez: The Yellow Fleet trapped by the 1967 Arab-Israeli War

The story of ships stranded by war on the Suez Canal and covered in sand for 8 years, told by the crews themselves.

Libya

UN: Air raid in Libya kills 10, may be a war crime

The attack on a biscuit factory also left dozens of people wounded, many of whom were apparently migrants.

UN: Air raid in Libya kills 10, may constitute a war crime

United Kingdom

UK government and military covered up war crimes: Report

Military detectives who unearthed evidence say senior commanders hid alleged war crimes 'for political reasons'.

UK government and military covered up war crimes: Report

Yemen

Yemen government delays return; officials blame separatists

Government officials say the separatists are refusing to hand over Aden headquarters and the presidential palace.

Yemen government delays return; officials blame separatists

Racism

Documenting American segregation at the Berlin Wall

How an image of an African American soldier at the Cold War front line sparked examination of racial division in the US.

Documenting American segregation at the Berlin Wall

Talk to Al Jazeera

Lassina Zerbo interview: Can the world prevent a nuclear attack?

The executive secretary of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization discusses global nuclear threats.

Yemen

Will Yemen's southern peace deal really help end the war?

It remains to be seen if agreement to halt infighting in the south means a broader peace is on the horizon, experts say.

Inside Story

Is enough being done to prevent armed attacks?

US State Department warns of new threats in latest country reports on 'terrorism'.

Afghanistan

Nine children killed in Afghanistan landmine blast

Blast took place in Darqad district of Takhar province when the children stepped on a landmine as they walked to school.

Nine children killed in Afghanistan landmine blast