Blog Profile / Al Jazeera Correspondents Blog

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Fake news and the Gulf crisis

UK media watchdog is investigating Saudi Arabia-owned Al Arabiya channel for airing fake news regarding Qatar's emir.

US charges 13 Russians, 3 firms with election meddling

Thirteen Russians charged with 'conspiracy to defraud the United States', Special Counsel Robert Mueller says.

Michel Temer signs security decree to stem Rio violence

Brazil's President Michel Temer signs an emergency decree for the armed forces to take over policing in Rio de Janeiro.

'New dawn': Ramaphosa outlines vision for South Africa

The South African says 'negativity' should be left behind in address with inequality and economy as central themes.

Zimbabwe: What's next for MDC after Morgan Tsvangirai?

Zimbabwe's main opposition party has installed Nelson Chamisa as acting president following Morgan Tsvangirai's death.

Has the Arab Spring failed Libya and Bahrain?

We ask if the Arab Spring has ultimately failed to bring change to Libya and Bahrain, or if there's hope for the future.

Egypt's opposition condemns detention of Aboul Fotouh

Strong Egypt Party urges public unity against what it called government's 'intentional blockage' of political dissent.

Currency devaluation against US dollar rattles Iran

Central bank announces new monetary measures to halt drop of rial, as authorities crack down on black-market exchange.

Sheikh Tamim: Qatar blockade by GCC countries 'futile'

In comments to major security conference, Sheikh Tamim denounces 'aggressive' blockade imposed by four Arab countries.

Mosul after ISIL: Rebuilding the city's soul

After the fall of ISIL in Iraq's Mosul, poetry can be read and music played in public again.

Ethiopia declares state of emergency after PM quits

The state of emergency declaration comes a day after Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned amid social unrest.

Body of Filipina maid killed in Kuwait comes home

Joanna Demafelis went to Kuwait four years ago to work as a maid. She came home in a coffin, received by her distraught family.

Turkey: Six journalists given life sentences over coup

Six Turkish journalists have been sentenced to life in prison on charges related to a failed 2016 coup attempt.

Chinese New Year and the ancient art of Feng Shui

Arranging spaces to maximise harmony and, many believe, to attract good fortune is an ancient Chinese practice that comes to the forefront every Chinese New Year.

Florida school shooting: Who is Nikolas Cruz?

Police say the 19-year-old confessed to killing 17 people in one of the deadliest school shootings in US history.

Berlin Film Festival 2018 opens

The curtain has gone up at the Berlin Film Festival, one of Europe's leading cinema showcases.

Study finds link between processed food and cancer

Those of us who eat highly-processed food are more likely to develop cancer.

Tillerson says US-Turkish relations at 'crisis point'

Turkey demands US 'turn words into actions' as Pentagon continues to back Syrian Kurdish YPG in fight against ISIL.

'I'll be Muslim too': Fans embrace Liverpool's Mo Salah

New chant roars from the stadiums as Egypt-born Liverpool FC football player stuns by scoring 30 goals in a season.

Venezuelans flee to Colombia amid crisis at home

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos says his country needs international help to cope with a humanitarian crisis after the arrival of hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans.

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