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US 'might' expand laptop ban to all flights

Laptop ban on all flights into and out of US could be part of a new security measure, Homeland Security Secretary says.

Philippines calls off peace talks with Communist rebels

Negotiations broke down over rebel order for fighters to step up attacks amid violence and martial law in the south.

When will Mosul be liberated?

The Iraqi army has launched an offensive to recapture the remaining enclaves still held by ISIL.

Egypt blocks financial newspaper website

Access to prominent financial newspaper, Al-Boursa, denied days after 21 other sites were blocked by authorities.

Merkel says EU cannnot 'fully' rely on the US or UK

'We Europeans must really take our destiny into our own hands' says the German chancellor, the day after a G7 summit.

Mississippi shooting rampage leaves eight dead

A suspect was arrested after shootings at three homes that apparently followed a dispute with his wife and in-laws.

Morocco: Al-Hoceima remains tense over protest arrests

Rif city of Al-Hoceima remains tense after police detain 20 demonstrators and issue arrest warrant for protest leader.

Palestinian judge bans divorce during Ramadan

Judge says fasting and ban on cigarettes tend to lead to frayed tempers and sharp tongues that are later regretted.

Three years of Narendra Modi government

As the BJP government completes three years in office, Al Jazeera looks at the progress made so far.

British Airways cancels more flights in Heathrow

More flights cancelled a day after computer system failure disrupts BA flights from Britain's two biggest airports.

Sri Lanka appeals for aid as flood deaths exceed 150

At least 151 people have been killed in floods and mudslides as emergency teams rush to distribute aid to the displaced.

India imposes Ramadan curfew in Kashmir after violence

Security lock-down ahead of commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat's funeral cripples life in Kashmir on first day of Ramadan.

What's happening in Libya today?

A chronology of Libya's path from a transitional government to a failed state.

How social media influences food trends

What is the impact of social media on global food trends and should producers restaurants factor in its importance?

Lawyer Mohammed al-Roken awarded human rights prize

UAE lawyer was among 69 jailed on charges of conspiring to topple government after trial criticised by rights groups.

Tropical Cyclone 02B develops in the Bay of Bengal

Flooding is expected to linger across Sri Lanka, but the monsoon showers will not be as intense over the next few days.

Mosul: Iraqi forces press ahead in Old City push

As humanitarian concerns over Mosul civilians grow, Iraqi forces close in on ISIL positions despite strong resistance.

How Israel has failed Palestinian victims

Plea deal in Ben Deri case highlights a broader policy of leniency for Israeli offenders, analysts say.

Portland victims of white supremacist killer identified

Tributes pour for Ricky John Best and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, who ex-offender killed as they defended girls.

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