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Land Day 2017: Israel's relentless land grab continues

As Israel resumes its settlement expansion with impunity, Palestinians have plenty to protest at this year's Land Day.

British government takes next steps towards Brexit

London to outline immediate plans towards leaving the European Union as EU reacts to the triggering of Article 50.

The Gambia's missing sons and daughters

Can the country's new president persuade its youth to stop risking their lives to reach foreign soil?

India's Ladycops

Exclusive access to a police station in India run by women for women reveals a unique perspective on a changing society.

Arab Americans lead the charge for US civil liberties

Arab American activists are not only organising across faith and colour lines in the US, but beyond its borders.

Subscribe to our new podcast, Al Jazeera Out Loud

Al Jazeera Our Loud brings you our top features, narrated so you can catch-up on the go.

Ivanka Trump to become US president adviser

Donald Trump's daughter will become an official White House employee in an unpaid role.

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists appear in court

The activists charged for their role in the Umbrella Movement have criticised the case as an attack on free speech.

Trump's Russia mess: Five things to know

To not get lost in the reports of links between Trump associates and Russia, read this.

US Senate committee to question 20 in Russia probe

Republican chairman and top Democrat pledge to stay clear of politics in probe of Russian interference in election.

Turkey ends 'Euphrates Shield' operation in Syria

Turkey says military offensive in northern Syria is over, but does not specify whether it will withdraw troops.

Suicide oil-tanker bomber kills 15 in Baghdad

As fighting with ISIL rages in west Mosul, suicide attack on security checkpoint south of Iraqi capital also wounds 45.

Vladimir Putin visits Arctic to reaffirm Russia's claim

Touring oil-rich north region, Russian leader calls for the protection of his country's economic and security interests.

Myanmar's democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi has lost her voice

Many people say they are beginning to lose faith in Aung San Suu Kyi's leadership.

How will London deal with the Northern Ireland crisis?

The UK government has threatened 'direct rule' if a government is not formed in Northern Ireland.

Nearly 150 migrants feared dead after boat sinks

16-year-old Gambian says he's the only survivor after boat packed with 147 Africans goes down in the Mediterranean.

Arab League: 'Reject apartheid system' in Palestine

Leaders at Arab League summit demand a two-state solution and call for the end of Israel's 'continuous violations'.

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