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Is Black Panther co-opting African struggles against oppression?

Movie critics have praised the film, but cultural critics argue Marvel Studios, and its parent company Disney, may be exploiting black political and cultural movements for their own financial gain.

Diversity under the spotlight at London Fashion Week

The fashion industry in the UK employs nearly 900,000 people and the 2018 London Fashion Week includes initiatives to protect those working in the almost $42bn business.

Ethiopia's state of emergency to last six months

Defence minister says measure includes ban on dissemination of publications that 'could incite and sow discord'.

Separated Korean families remember their ancestors

In South Korea, families split between the two Koreas gather to remember relatives on the other side of the border and hope for the opportunity to reunite with loved ones.

Rokhaya Diallo: Race, religion and feminism in France

The French activist talks to Al Jazeera about religion, gender and state-sponsored racism in today's France.

South Africans react to Ramaphosa speech

The new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, promised to cut unemployment, boost the economy and tackle widespread corruption in his first SONA, but many in South Africa are anxious to see if he can deliver.

Kenya's indigenous communities threatened

Efforts to protect the Embobut forest in Kenya are coming into conflict with the native Sengwer people, with the Sengwer accusing the government of burning their homes and forcibly evicting them.

Nigeria: Boko Haram blamed as suicide blasts kill 19

The attack, which killed at least 19 people, took place at a fish market close to Maiduguri in northeast Nigeria.

Far-right Austrian party revokes statements on Muslims

Freedom Party to pay compensation to Muslim Youth Austria for accusing it of 'spearheading Islamist ideologies'.

Libya: State of Denial

The story of the fall of Gaddafi as told by the insiders, defectors and military advisers who helped bring it about.

Theresa May: 'UK committed to Europe's future security'

Speaking at Munich Security Conference, UK PM calls for continuation of European security cooperation even after Brexit.

Libya celebrating 7th anniversary of the revolution

While many people say the revolution has led to much change, ongoing political division is still taking its toll on the lives of many Libyans.

Women 'paid' to attend anti-Qatar conference in Munich

People allegedly paid to attend meeting on sanctioning Qatar, organised by the Saudi-led bloc in Munich.

Doubt over US role in Middle East peace process

The US denies reports that it's discussing the possibility of Israel annexing illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank.

Mitt Romney running for Senate

Former US presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, is running for Senate.

Kasur rapist-murderer sentenced to death in Pakistan

Special anti-terrorism court in Lahore convicts accused Mohammad Imran Ali of rape and murder of seven-year-old girl.

Kosovo: Remembering massacre victims and the missing

For destroyed communities, trauma persists 10 years after Kosovo declared independence.

Europe must process refugees 'more creatively'

Maria Stavropoulou, who recently stepped down from the Greek Asylum Service, on European bureaucracy.

Venezuelan firm offers eggs as 'motivational' bonus

A security firm hopes to recruit more guards by offering 144 eggs alongside a $10 monthly salary amid economic crisis.

The need for a Palestinian history from below

It's time for Palestinian intellectuals to reclaim their people's narrative and write a Palestinian history from below.

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