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Bangkok facing weeks of extreme air pollution

The government is being accused for not giving proper warnings about the health risks as ten million residents of Bangkok endure extreme levels of air pollution.

Australian former PM softens stance on immigration policy

Kevin Rudd told Al Jazeera that he never intended for refugees to be kept in offshore prison camps for as long as they have been

India's Punjab National Bank reports $1.8bn fraud

Offices and Mumbai home of billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi raided after PNB hit by $1.8bn fraudulent transaction.

Kosovo's 10th anniversary: US calls for war crimes court

US ambassador to Kosovo says it must allow a new war crimes court to investigate alleged atrocities by the Kosovo Liberation Army.

What is Benjamin Netanyahu being charged with?

The main charges against the prime minister, after police recommended indictment for bribery.

Clean-up begins after major flooding hits Rio

Three people died after torrential rain and strong winds swept through the city.

Cyril Ramaphosa set to give his first SONA

South Africa's new president Cyril Ramaphosa is set to give his first State of the Nation Address and is expected to appoint a new cabinet.

Florida shooting: No progress on gun control

The Florida school shooting is the 18th school shooting so far this year, but tougher gun laws seem as far away as ever.

Maldives in crisis: Beijing faces tough choices

The recent constitutional crisis in the Maldives put the cozy relationship between the archipelago and China to test.

At Diphtheria clinic, medics struggle to treat Rohingya

Shortage of vaccines and other essential medicines are the biggest hurdles in checking spread of bacterial disease.

Nicolas Maduro vows to attend Summit of Americas

Critics accuse Venezuela's leadership of financial mismanagement as the country is gripped by hyperinflation.

US and Turkey look to mend ties as Syria tension grows

On a visit to Turkey, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson hopes to ease anger over US support for Syrian-Kurdish YPG.

What can be done to help children in war?

Save the Children says more children are being killed or injured than ever before.

El Salvador frees woman imprisoned over abortion

A Salvadoran woman serving a 30-year prison sentence for having an abortion is released after 10 years behind bars.

Nepal: Former revolutionary sworn in as prime minister

Communist party member who spent 14 years in jail becomes Nepal's 41st prime minister with many challenges ahead.

Tillerson says Hezbollah a threat to Lebanon's security

US secretary of state warns that Lebanon's security is being threatened by Hezbollah's influence in regional conflicts.

Ethiopia 'at crossroads' after Hailemariam resignation

Ethiopia is at a critical political juncture, analysts say, after the snap resignation of the country's prime minister.

US' Tillerson to visit Turkey, ties strained over Syria

Tillerson will be meeting President Erdogan in what is expected to be a tense discussion over the two countries' goals in Syria.

Zimbabwe opposition party names acting president

Zimbabwe's main opposition party has named Nelson Chamisa acting president of the party.

Morgan Tsvangirai: From a nickel miner to an icon

How Morgan Tsvangirai rose to become one of the greatest figures in Zimbabwe's recent history.

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