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Organisers hope for huge turnout, but riot police fill city before rally that officials had already banned.
Report finds global Aids-related deaths nearly halved since 2005, but there's more work to do to combat the disease
State news says move relates to the 2015 case of a broken up 'terror' cell that authorities said had contacts with Iran.
As government forces clash with ISIL-linked fighters, those who call the city home bear the brunt.
Activists rally in solidarity with more than 200 protesters charged with felonies over Inauguration Day demonstration.
Almost one week after alleged attack that set off tensions, officials deciding whether to keep metal detectors in place.
Maintaining good hearing, exercise, education and social activity among ways to prevent memory loss, study finds.
Dozens of families accused of having relatives in ISIL have been forcibly displaced to an 'open-air prison' camp.
Group condemns arbitrary arrest of dozens, citing human rights violations at military bases used by US, French troops.
It's time for Israel to accept that as an occupied people, Palestinians have a right to resist - in every way possible.
Four-month ban on carrying laptops in cabins on US-bound flights ends as new airport security measures are put in place.
Yemen rises as Syria tops UK-based rights group's annual 'People's Under Threat' index for third consecutive year.
A lawyer and his family fled death threats in Pakistan and came to Germany. Now, they're being forced to go home.
Tunisia joins Lebanon and Qatar in banning US blockbuster featuring a former soldier with the Israeli army at its helm.
Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and former campaign manager Paul Manafort asked to testify over Russia allegations.
Greek authorities register unaccompanied refugee children as adults and leave them vulnerable, says Human Rights Watch.
State Department's annual country reports also say Doha made 'significant progress' in combatting terrorist financing.
Ending the covert programme of support to certain rebel groups was sought by Assad ally Russia, say two US officials.
Qatari official says the four countries imposing a blockade on Doha have 'regularly issued conflicting statements'.
President Bachelet vows to sign law allowing abortion in rape cases, or if the mother's or fetus' life is in danger.
Venezuela's opposition keeps up its pressure on the embattled president, calling for further protests.
Laurent Gbagbo to stay behind bars as trial judges review decision denying him interim release during mass crimes trial.
Ruling comes after Hawaii court order that blocked ban covering grandparents of US citizens in Trump's list.
Rights body deplores lack of response to pleas to spare Gulf citizens humanitarian, social and economic effects of rift.
Statement says footage of woman walking in public wearing 'immodest clothes' was published without her knowledge.
Court sentences 23 civilians for 2010 Western Sahara clashes in retrial boycotted by defendants over fairness concerns
The steadily growing popular movement in Morocco's northern Rif region is planning a massive rally for Thursday.
Canada's Islamophobic, homophobic and sexist spies remain unpunished in the malleable name of national security.
Tensions grow in occupied East Jerusalem after Israel implements new security measures at al-Aqsa compound.
Casting an Arab in the role of Aladdin will not correct the film's inherent racism.
Recorded in the historic San Quentin State Prison, the new Ear Hustle podcast paints a human image of life in lockup.
Social group restores young people's confidence by teaching them how to perform circus tricks.
Raging blaze near Yosemite National Park displaces thousands of
Mariposa residents in the western US state.
UNESCO recognition of slave-era harbour as heritage site prompts debate about discrimination in present-day Brazil.
UN 'deeply disappointed' by attack that killed at least 20 civilians who had fled fighting in country's southwest.
Coalition stopped plane leaving Djibouti because it was carrying three BBC journalists, aviation officials say.
Observers warn that if land and property are not returned, there will be no peace in the Central African Republic.
Tibetan activists fear World Heritage Site status for Hoh Xil may lead to displacement of Tibetan population.
Twenty years after the handover, Hong Kong's last British governor discusses Hong Kong-mainland China relations.
Group of girls from war-torn country, whose US visas were twice rejected, win silver medal for 'courageous achievement'.
Move against Hizbut Tahrir follows controversial decree allowing officials to disband groups threatening national unity.
Victims describe time at prison-like school as marked by helplessness and fear, says lawyer probing cases.
Laurent Gbagbo, 72, is charged with crimes against humanity following election violence that killed around 3,000 people.
Many of the victims found in mass graves were Rohingya Muslims â€“ a persecuted minority from Myanmar's Rakhine State.
The private conversation took place during a dinner for G20 leaders in Germany this month, says White House official.
Angel Maria Villar arrested along with his son and two more federation executives in an anti-corruption investigation.
Fifteen dead in hit-and-run clashes with US-backed fighters in the country's north, says monitoring group.
Abdur Rashid Dostum's private jet flying in from Turkey prevented from landing in Mazar-i-Sharif, say officials.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Samuel Moncada says 'nobody can stop' Constituent Assembly election as clashes escalate.
Israeli soldiers say driver ploughed his vehicle through a checkpoint towards them before they shot him.
With tension high following opposition's unofficial referendum, analysts see country heading into uncharted waters.
The European Union restricts exports of inflatable boats to stem the flow of refugees and migrants from North Africa.
German media reports say 'staged' demonstration during G20 summit ended with some protesters raising pro-Qatar slogans.
Politician Faris Maumoon held on bribery charges in run-up to vote to unseat ally of his uncle President Abdulla Yameen.
Economy minister discusses compensation with trade officials in Geneva as legal team prepares to study the sanctions.
At least 16 individuals and entities targeted for backing 'illicit Iranian actors or transnational criminal activity'.
The Syrian civil war is the deadliest conflict the 21st century has witnessed so far.
Internet outage was caused by a ship severing an undersea fiber optic cable connecting country to global data networks.
Stories of resistance from Indian toxic gas survivors, a First Nation clan in Canada, and a Russian democracy activist.
In an exclusive interview, the founder of Hong Kong's biggest pro-Beijing party discusses political tensions with China.
Fatah calls on Palestinians to boycott holy mosque as heightened security measures are feared to be signs of a takeover.
No country in the world is more reliant on remittances than Nepal, where it makes up 32 percent of the GDP.
Amnesty International director among the six jailed for 'helping an armed terrorist organisation'.
Soldiers have been working to save civilians still trapped among the rubble of war in Iraq's second-largest city.
Aung San Suu Kyi's security adviser dismisses UN investigation into alleged rape and killings of Rohingya Muslims.
Breastfeeding woman, bearded person and meditating man also among new symbols previewed to mark World Emoji Day.
A century after Bolshevik revolution, Russia is seen as champion for belligerent nationalism across the globe.
Sidelining Iran in deals on Syria could be dangerous for Russia.
'Be prepared to take medicines for a long, long time.' Once considered a 'disease of the past', TB has had a resurgence.
British rock band's decision to play in Tel Aviv has inadvertently demonstrated just why the BDS movement makes sense.
Dozens of Palestinians have been arrested in recent years for social media posts criticising the government.
Philippine leader seeks Congress approval to keep military rule in Mindanao region until end of 2017 amid ISIL threat.
Trump administration says Tehran complied with terms of 2015 agreement but violated 'spirit' of the deal.
Advocacy group says Islamophobic abuse rose 91 percent in first half of 2017, compared to same period last year.
Acting managing director of Al Jazeera English says journalists will continue their work amid demands to close channel.
Opposition from within Trump's own party leaves long-promised efforts to replace 'Obamacare' legislation in disarray.
US outlines tough negotiating strategy for revising the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada.
Visa criteria to include grandparents and other relatives for applicants and refugees from six mainly Muslim nations.
The call comes a day after an unofficial referendum rejected President Maduro's proposed constitutional reforms.
The United Arab Emirates denies hacking Qatar's news agency with false stories which triggered the Gulf crisis.
Most of the 100,000 refugees and migrants who crossed the Mediterranean Sea this year arrived in Italy from Libya.
Blockade against Qatar will end only if Doha complies with list of demands, Egyptian FM tells Kuwaiti counterpart.
Fatalities reported among warring Kurdish-led group and ISIL fighters as heavy bombardment shakes Old City.
State-run media says visa-on-arrival arrangement will no longer become available for Qatari citizens as from Wednesday.
A Jordanian court sentences 39-year-old soldier to life imprisonment over the killing of three US military trainers.
The fourth extension comes almost a year since the state emergency was introduced following a coup attempt.
Moro Islamic Liberation Front rebels back new draft law establishing a more powerful autonomous region in Mindanao.
Qatar says UAE's involvement in the hacking of the Qatar news agency is a violation of international law.
Eight people were killed when a female suicide bomber detonated her explosives at a mosque in northeast Nigeria.
How a Jordanian anti-terror training centre has become a playground for commercial interests.
Fifteen percent increase in number of civilian lives lost in coordinated attacks in Afghanistan.
Now that Iraqâ€™s second-largest city has been retaken from the armed group, fears are mounting of intra-militia fighting.
Minister dismisses report his country orchestrated hacking of Qatari official news agency accounts that preceded crisis.
As MPs debate laws over acid sales following a rise in attacks, Jaf Shah explains the UK's history of such violence.
Fifteen percent increase in number of civilian lives lost in coordinated attacks involving more than one perpetrator.
President demands justice for the 298 killed when their plane was shot down over eastern Ukraine three years ago.
As Defend Europe sets sail in hope of turning refugees back, UK anti-racism monitor issues warning over migrant safety.
Three soldiers rescued after boat belonging to brigade battling Nigeria-based Boko Haram reportedly sinks off the coast.
Relatives still await justice for downing of Malaysia Airlines civilian flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine three years ago
Two candidates from the lowest rank of Hindu caste system vying for largely ceremonial post.