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Sheikh Tamim: Any talks must respect Qatar sovereignty

Qatar's emir expresses readiness for dialogue but says any solution to the Gulf crisis must respect Qatar's sovereignty.

Mahmoud Abbas freezes contact with Israel over al-Aqsa

Palestinian leader's decision follows deadly clashes that left at least three people dead and hundreds injured.

UpFront special: Islam, ISIL and the Papacy

In this special on religion, Tahir ul Qadri attacks ISIL's ideology, and we debate if Pope Francis is a reformer

Rights group wants monitors to look into Qatar blockade

Brussels-based rights group says 'siege' is against principle of non-interference in other country's internal affairs.

Islamic scholar: ISIL 'enemies of Islam'

'They are enemies of humankind, enemies of Islam,' says prominent Pakistani Islamic scholar Tahir ul Qadri.

Tahir ul Qadri: 'No rule of law' in Pakistan

Pakistan is being ruled by a 'dictatorship of the elite based on corruption', says Pakistani politician Tahir ul Qadri.

UN blames Saudi-led coalition for deadly Yemen strikes

UN human rights office says strikes hit three families staying in a makeshift straw house after fleeing their homes.

White House spokesman Sean Spicer resigns

Press secretary resigns over Donald Trump's naming of Anthony Scaramucci as his new communications director.

Is Pope Francis a real reformer?

We debate Pope Francis’ reforms to the Catholic Church, and whether or not he is too progressive.

DR Congo loses $750m to corruption and mismanagement

Global Witness says at least $750m paid to Congo's tax bodies and state mining company disappeared in 2013-2015.

Al-Aqsa: Clashes in Jerusalem's Old City

At least three Palestinians killed and over a hundred protesters injured in clashes over the al-Aqsa Mosque controversy.

Rex Tillerson hopes Qatar blockade will be lifted

Secretary of State calls for an end to siege of Qatar, saying US is happy with its efforts at combatting terror funding.

Al-Aqsa: Palestinian killed as Jerusalem protests rage

Local media says settler fires fatal shot at teenager as anger swells over discriminatory measures at holy site.

Kashmir: Indian troops kill young tailor amid protests

Residents say army fired indiscriminately towards protesters, as police claim soldiers were being pelted with rocks.

Week in pictures: From protests in Venezuela to Morocco

A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including wildfire in California and Al-Aqsa tensions.

Yemen's cholera epidemic is worst on record: Oxfam

More than 360,000 suspected cholera cases have been recorded over just three months in war-ravaged Yemen, says charity.

The hotline trying to stop men murdering their wives

A hotline in the US is trying to tackle the high rate of domestic violence against nurses in the Nigerian diaspora.

Syrian refugees rebuild their lives in Istanbul

Since the outbreak of Syria's war in 2011, Turkey has welcomed more than three million Syrian refugees.

Philippines freezes peace talks with communist rebels

Philippine government halts talks with communist rebels after series of attacks as president vows new offensive.

Thousands protest parliament's judicial reform proposal

Thousands turnout to rally against new bill allowing parliament to appoint Supreme Court, with EU also issuing concern.

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