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Whichever way the political pendulum swings in the US, the rest of the world will be reduced to absorbing bystanders.
City once considered a dangerous place to visit, now enjoys welcome developments such as new tram lines and plazas.
We may add a qualifier to their label, but never do we deny their chosen identity altogether.
From a massive suicide attack in Afghanistan to the US Democratic National Convention, here is the week in pictures.
After a slow start, developments are taking place in the east of the Basin.
Father of Muslim American soldier slain in Iraq calls out Republican presidential nominee, thrilling crowds at DNC.
Coalition air strikes leave 28 dead as US attempts to partner with Russia against ISIL suffer major setbacks.
How a film genre is giving a particular spin to reality.
US watchdog says area under Kabul government's "influence" shrank by nearly five percent since beginning of this year.
More visitors have been exploring Iran since last year's landmark nuclear deal and the lifting of sanctions.
Clinton says "America is once again at a moment of reckoning" in acceptance speech as presidential candidate.
Prime Minister Abadi says Shia forces will be subjected to military law if they are integrated into Iraq's armed forces.
UN says groups establishing 10-member council to run the country is a "clear violation of the Yemeni constitution".
Rescued at sea, refugees are subject to kidnapping, torture and rape in Libya, according to Doctors Without Borders.
General Hulusi Akar, who was held hostage during failed coup attempt, retains post as Turkish army shake-up continues.
In first half of 2016, 740 people made homeless by the Israeli army, which says the structures were not approved.
Reports say the Indonesian government has executed four of the 14 convicted drug traffickers.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski vows to kick-start slowing economy as he takes oath of office as Peru's new leader.
Arrests and detention of loyalists of ex-PMs Thaksin and Yingluck come ahead of August 7 charter referendum.
Al Jazeera obtains exclusive video of the former leader of al-Nusra Front confirming the group's split from a-Qaeda.