Asia Pacific

Philippines peace: Muslim minority awaits new law

Muslim minority in the Philippines prepares for a presidential order that could end a 40-year war.

Philippines peace: Muslim minority awaits new law

Middle East

Migrant NGO accuses Libyan coastguard of manslaughter

The Spanish NGO says the Libyan coastguard left three migrants, including a woman and a child, to drown in the Mediterranean sea.

Migrant NGO accuses Libyan coastguard of manslaughter

Middle East

Iran currency halves in less than a year

Shoppers in Iran are feeling the pinch.

Iran currency halves in less than a year

US & Canada

Jill Stein on US Green party ambitions and challenges

Al Jazeera spoke to the leader of the Green party about their plans to capitalise on US voters' frustration with politics as usual in Washington.

Jill Stein on US Green party ambitions and challenges

Europe

EU position on Brexit must evolve: Theresa May

Predictions of Theresa May's political demise are still swirling as she struggles to reconcile opposing views within her party and the EU's negotiating position on Brexit.

EU position on Brexit must evolve: Theresa May

Africa

China's 'soft power' in Senegal

China is making massive investments in the West African nation and with that has come an influx of Chinese migrants who have settled there.

China's 'soft power' in Senegal