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Russia is throwing its weight behind a political solution by organising negotiations in Kazakhstan's capital.
The current weather pattern over the Sea of Japan is bringing windy, cold and snowy weather to much of the country.
Government and rebel delegations trade barbs over details of shaky nationwide truce during first day of talks in Astana.
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Ex-foreign minister cancels Brussels visit after prosecutors said they would question her over war crimes allegations.
US president formally pulls US out of massive 12-nation trade deal that covers 40 percent of world's economy.
"The Preacher" tackles complex relationship between clerics and government, and some are calling for it to be banned.
Ahmad Hilayel delivered a sermon in which he chastised Arab Gulf leaders, demanding more financial aid.
Months after massive ground operation to retake northern city began, army announces major victory in battle for Mosul.
More than 700 Sonali breed birds die after highly contagious H5N1 virus is discovered at Dhaka farm.
German daily publishes leaked documents to support claim that Maryam Safdar is beneficiary of an offshore company.
Army forces enter southwestern port city of Mokha, as dozens of families flee ongoing clashes and bombardments.
Palestinian citizens of Israel rally against demolition of Palestinian homes as 566 settler permits are issued.
... but one that does not silence discussions on justice for Palestine.
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The United States is 'discussing' moving the American embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Iraqi forces retook Qaraqosh from ISIL late last year, but for residents finally returning home, the ordeal continues.
Residents of Syria's East Ghouta say they will refuse any government efforts to forge a truce deal or evacuation plans.
Scotland's social democrat leader, Nicola Sturgeon, has reinvented herself as a defender of establishment liberalism.
It is 2046 and Clive Stafford Smith has returned to Guantanamo, where his clients were once imprisoned and tortured.
Company says efforts to increase phone's battery life caused device to catch fire prompting an estimated $5.3bn recall.
The incident took place a day after a ban on the controversial sport, known as Jallikattu, was overturned.
Falling tourist numbers, lack of facilities and neglect means the archaeological site in Pakistan is taking a hit.
Egyptian army blames 'disloyal fundamentalist elements' for carrying out latest attack in volatile peninsula.
New round of discussions aimed at ending the Syrian conflict is set to kick off in Kazakhstan's capital.
President Donald Trump pledges help as state of emergency is declared in some areas due to severe weather.
Exiled former leader accused of 'stealing' state funds as regional troops prepare to secure arrival of President Barrow.
Largest anti-Trump marches in the United states by city.
The former president of Gambia Yahya Jammeh has flown into exile to avoid a military confrontation.
Days after Trump's inauguration, White House discusses controversial plan to relocate embassy from Tel Aviv.
Iraqi forces 'liberate' the last two neighbourhoods on the left side of the Tigris River in eastern Mosul.
Opposition official tells Al Jazeera Kazakhstan talks to focus on current truce, as opposed to President Assad's future.
Primary sees leftist voters split as analysts predict general election will see conservatives battle the far-right.
Russians can smash things, hurl paint and scream in rooms that let people to 'be the bad guy without getting arrested'.
Declining to directly pass judgement on US President Trump, the pope condemned border walls being built across Europe.
The dangerous erosion of human rights structures and practices under Obama will reach dangerous proportions under Trump.
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Did the Obama administration deliver on its promise of openness in government and what legacy is left for journalists?
'If America can fight, it can also bring peace. America can play its role better in peace than in war.'
Israel has advanced plans to raze the village of 150 homes and replace it with a town for Israeli Jews.
Building plan in East Jerusalem approved by local council after being held up until Donald Trump took office in the US.
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Damaging storms rip through the southeastern US and further storms are expected.
Dry spell affects more than a million people, with authorities warning of more water shortages.
The Astana meeting marks a distinct change from what has previously been a diplomatic process led by UN, say analysts.
'I came to show solidarity with women and all the other people who resist the bigotry and ... intolerance.'
At least 36 dead and many others injured after seven coaches are thrown off tracks in Andhra Pradesh state.
Security forces arrest a would-be suicide bomber in a crowded Costa coffee shop in busy Hamra Street.
Israel prime minister distinguishes between 'cruel' Tehran government and the people in recorded message.
Hundreds of thousands join women's marches to protest new US president's stance on gender, minorities and human rights.
US President Donald Trump denies feuding with CIA over claims Russia hacked the election as he vows full support.
The new US president makes his first moves against his predecessor's policies.
The Federation of Arab Journalists calls for the release of Mahmoud Hussein, who was detained by Egypt on December 20.
Leader of 22 years who for weeks refused to cede power likely headed into exile, mediators say.
Adama Barrow says he wants to 'get the facts together' regarding possible crimes of outgoing president Yahya Jammeh.
Tens of thousands march in US capital Washington, DC, as solidarity protests take place in Europe, Asia and Africa.
Ligue 1 to investigate after Italian striker Mario Balotelli accuses Bastia fans of making monkey noises as he played.
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Far-right leaders from Germany, France, Italy and elsewhere gather in German city of Koblenz amid demonstrations.
Argentina's vice president talks 'false' corruption claims, economic woes and Panama Papers allegations.
Deadly blasts hits camp with 85,000 displaced people just days ahead of peace talks in Kazakhstan.
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Can the World Economic Forum - or new President Trump - make a difference to the growing global wealth imbalance?
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UK scientists say a first-ever long-term study shows popular weed-killer Roundup caused severe liver damage in rats.
Rights groups say blasphemy allegations against disappeared activists aimed at silencing dissent for good.
Security forces engaged 'terrorists' in a firefight with suspects who later detonated explosives in the city of Jeddah.
Coach carrying Hungarian students crashed and caught fire near the city of Verona in Italy.
Culture Minister Cho Yoon-sun accused of helping target artists critical of impeached President Park Geun-hye.
Changes, subject to a referendum, are to expand president's powers as head of executive while abolishing prime ministry.
Recent Karak siege was just the latest setback to an industry in flux.
In many areas, Palestinians received only three hours of electricity at a time, punctuated by 12-hour blackouts.
President Donald Trump tells agencies to scale back aspects of the Affordable Care Act as a prelude to a full repeal.
At least 11 killed in an explosion at a vegetable market in Kurram Agency's Parachinar city.
After inauguration, White House announces immediate policy to 'unite civilised world' to defeat and destroy 'terrorism'.
Australia and New Zealand first to hold rallies as part of a global movement reacting to Donald Trump's inauguration.
John Kelly approved as secretary of homeland security and James Mattis cleared as secretary of defense.
Interior minister says a potential "terror attack" in Vienna averted with the arrest of the 18-year-old suspect.
Two swans were found dead in the coastal city of Aktau in the west of the country, Kazakh agriculture ministry says.
US President Donald Trump's inauguration speech, delivered to the nation outside Capitol in Washington, DC.
Statement on the official White House website says US President Donald Trump will empower police departments.
Incoming President Adama Barrow says outgoing leader of 22 years has finally agreed to cede and will leave the country.
US claims air strike killed more than 100 al-Qaeda fighters just a day before President Obama left office.
Donald Trump becomes 45th president as protests turn violent in Washington DC.
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The attack comes on the same day Turkey said it is no longer 'realistic' to exclude Assad from a solution.
....but will the media pay attention at all?
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At least 40 fighters from Jabhat Fateh al-Sham killed in Aleppo province at a training camp attack.
The Spanish Costa Blanca is white with snow in a rare weather event in the Mediterranean.
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About 23 still missing as rescuers locate survivors after massive snow slide buries tourist hotel in Italy.
'In the event that we are needed, we will certainly form a wall of meat' to protect and keep order, they said.
Main political parties say they are open to reconciliation but question neutrality under military administration.
Relief efforts hampered by thick smoke as President Rouhani orders an immediate investigation into building collapse.
A village on the west coast of Ireland will be celebrating Trump's inauguration - and its own economic revival.