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As Accusations Swirl, MSF Shuts Bombed Hospital

Doctors Without Borders on Sunday closed its bombed-out hospital in the Afghanistan city of Kunduz and evacuated its personnel, amid no shortage of controversy over the US-led airstrikes that killed 19 at the trauma center Saturday. The medical charity known by French initials MSF did not go quietly, reports the...

Assad: I would leave office if it would help

Embattled Syrian president talks Russia's role as Mideast "savior," as well as the possibility of stepping down in new interview

Stabbings linked to Israel's 'systematic violence'

Palestinian officials warn that the Israeli government is exploiting a volatile situation to derail peace prospects.

Israel Bars Palestinians From Jerusalem's Old City

In an unprecedented measure, Israeli police barred Palestinians from Jerusalem's Old City on Sunday in response to stabbing attacks that killed two Israelis and wounded three others, as Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu vowed a "harsh offensive" to counter rising violence. Tensions have flared in recent weeks over an Old City...

Doctors Without Borders leaves bombarded hospital

Medical charity blames U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan for destroying its hospital and killing 19 people; humanitarian crisis started by Taliban's city takeover worsens

Russia vows to expand Syria bombing campaign

Moscow says jets made 20 sorties in the past 24 hours, bombing ISIL targets, amid reports of civilian casualties.

UK: Keyword warning software in schools raises red flag

Education Pro enables teachers to monitor students' online activity and sends "violation" alerts over trigger terms.

Al Jazeera team survives air strike in Syria's Idlib

Journalists narrowly escape suspected Russian raid as crew covered aftermath of previous bombings in Idlib.

Russian warplanes killed 2 children and a shepherd in Homs, Syria

Syrian activists say Russian warplanes have struck in the central Homs province, killing at least two children and a shepherd. An activist media platform in the central town of Talbiseh said at least 10 air raids were carried out on the town and nearby areas Sunday. A video posted by the group showed panicked residents […]

The struggle of Italy's 'foreign' footballers

Racist incidents are decreasing in Italian football, but the path to the top for those born abroad is still quite steep.

MSF medical charity leaves Kunduz after air strike

US probe continues after apparent US air raid hit hospital of Doctors Without Borders in Afghan city, killing 19 people.

Editor's note: Clarifying a tweet on Jerusalem attack

Al Jazeera regrets the wording of a tweet we posted regarding an attack in Jerusalem this weekend.

Flash flooding kills at least 16 on French Riviera

Torrents of muddy water trap people in cars, a campsite and a retirement home in southern France; three still missing

10 Dead as Cannes Gets 2 Months' Rain in Hours

Sudden heavy rains around the French Riviera have killed at least 10, including some trapped in cars, a campsite and a retirement home, and left six missing. Helicopters patrolled the region to look for other victims and 27,000 homes were without electricity Sunday after the Brague River overflowed its...

Familes of kidnapped servicemen block roads, Protest Negligence

Families  of the kidnapped servicemen that were  taken hostage by the Islamic State and al-Nusra Front blocked roads and protested against the negligence of their cause by the authorities They blocked the Banks street in Riad al-Solh square on Sunday  and from there they headed to the airport and blocked the main airport road both ways with […]

Hosts England knocked out of Rugby World Cup

The 2003 champions lose to Australia in front of 81,000 fans as their campaign ends in the group stages.

Voices of Okinawa: Standing against a US military base

Japanese protesters invoke human rights abuse and painful memories of war to oppose US Marine airbase on their island.

Jumblatt links future cabinet sessions to garbage issue

Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt said Sunday that Prime Minister Tammam Salam will not be holding any Cabinet sessions before Agriculture Minister Akram Chehayeb’s garbage plan is implemented , and before rival party leaders resume dialogue sessions. Show More Summary

World must ‘keep Iran’s feet to the fire’, says Israeli PM

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the world to “keep Iran’s feet to the fire” in an interview with Fox News which aired last Friday Netanyahu called for greater pressure on the Islamic Republic and thorough inspections to ensure it abides by the nuclear deal reached earlier this year. “We have to keep Iran’s feet […]

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