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Likely transfer of entire Bedouin town 'unprecedented'

Palestinian community of Khan al-Ahmar pessimistic over upcoming verdict by Israel's top court on forced eviction case.

Oman's Sailing Stars

How four young Omani women sailors challenge stereotypes and push the limits to represent their country internationally.

Invention of the Mizrahim

Israel invented the word Mizrahim to strip Arab Jews of their histories as they tried to do with Palestinians.

Erdogan warns of sanctions over Kurds' independence bid

Turkish leader says Ankara is mulling sanctions if Iraq's Kurdistan region proceeds with September 25 referendum.

The Srebrenicans are standing with the Rohingya

Survivors of genocide are obliged to take action when others are being threatened with the treatment they once received.

How do the German elections work?

On September 24, Germans will head out to the polls to choose the 19th Bundestag.

Hurricane Maria makes landfall in Puerto Rico

Maria strikes island as a powerful Category 4 storm, inflicting potentially catastrophic damage.

Why Fatah and Hamas won't reconcile

The latest episode of the Hamas-Fatah reconciliation saga is not a step closer to a unity government, analysts say.

They look at us with hope, but we can only document their despair

As a photojournalist capturing the suffering of the Rohingya, I wonder whether our pictures are doing anything to help them at all.

Police arrest Catalan government official

Junior economy minister held in morning raid and local government offices searched in run-up to contentious referendum.

'Deadly air strikes' target hospitals in Syria's Idlib

War monitor says Syrian and Russian jets struck four facilities, including maternity hospital, in retaliatory assault.

Riek Machar's men blamed for deadly South Sudan raid

Women, elderly people and police among 25 killed by exiled politician's fighters in oil-rich Unity state, say officials.

Earthquake kills nearly 150 in central Mexico

Rescue workers, residents race to find survivors after deadliest tremor in 32 years kills nearly 150 in central Mexico.

Sheikh Tamim takes Gulf crisis to global audience

Qatar's emir appeals to world leaders before meeting US President Trump on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.

Censorship and social media in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia orders Snapchat to block Al Jazeera in latest move after Riyadh-led bloc imposed blockade on Qatar in June.

Trump says Gulf crisis can be 'solved pretty quickly'

US president and Qatari emir discuss Gulf diplomatic crisis on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York.

Qatari emir condemns 'unjust blockade' at UNGA speech

Sheikh Tamim renews call for talks 'based on mutual respect for sovereignty' to end the Gulf diplomatic crisis.

Major earthquake hits southern Mexico

Strong tremor felt in Mexico City as quake strikes Puebla state, forcing people to flee buildings.

'Tensions to rise' after Trump's North Korea comments

Analysts say US president's fiery language against North Korea and its leader distances the prospect of negotiations.

'Traitor': Rohingya refugees react to Suu Kyi's speech

On Bangladesh-Myanmar border, refugees respond with anger and skepticism to leader's first speech on Rohingya crisis.

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