Billions of dollars in deals could be done in Qatar over the next few days, where the latest maritime and defence technology is on show. Defence ministers and business leaders from around the world are [More]
A strike by teachers in Guinea, which has closed schools for more than a month, has provoked a mass protest by angry parents. Union leaders want the government to increase teachers’ salaries, as well as [More]
A growing activist movement is calling for gun manufacturers in the United States to face more regulations or be shut down entirely. In Florida, where the Parkland High School shooting took place, there are more [More]
US President Donald Trump has sacked Rex Tillerson as secretary of state and replaced him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo. The move by Trump is the biggest shakeup of his cabinet since taking office. Reports [More]
Small groups of people are being allowed out of rebel-held Eastern Ghouta in Syria. More than 100 people have so far left the enclave, which has been under intense government bombardment for three weeks. At [More]
Mexico is famous for its highly patterned, ornate, indigenous clothing, and the fashion world has taken notice. Major brands and designers have been selling clothing inspired by traditional Mexican designs. But the communities where those [More]
One of the last surviving men who served at the Nazi death camp, Auschwitz, has died before he could start a prison sentence. Oskar Groening was known as the bookkeeper of the camp because of [More]
One of the world’s greatest scientists, Stephen Hawking, has died, aged 76. His work focused on the evolution of the universe, and his book, A Brief History of Time, was an international bestseller. In a [More]
Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah has escaped unhurt after a bomb explosion hit his convoy in the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian Authority has accused Hamas of trying to assassinate him. But Hamas has denied any [More]
US President Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson regularly clashed over Middle East policy, even briefly backing opposite sides in the Saudi-led blockade of Qatar. Al Jazeera’s Osama bin Javaid looks at [More]