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Russian spy Maria Butina pleads guilty in US court

Butina becomes the first Russian to be convicted of working to shape US policy during the 2016 election campaign.Read More

Yemen's warring parties agree to ceasefire in Hodeidah

UN Secretary General said the sides achieved 'real progress' after a ceasefire was brokered at the Sweden peace talks.Read More

Defying Trump, US Senate votes to stop US support for Yemen war

Senators also pass resolution saying that Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.Read More

Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

Secretary of State says the US with hold those found responsible for the killing of Jamal Khashoggi accountable.Read More

Strasbourg gunman shot dead by French police: sources

Sources said Cherif Chekatt, wanted for killing three people at a Christmas market on Tuesday, has been shot dead.Read More

Fourth Palestinian killed as Israel locks down Ramallah

Israeli army locks down Ramallah and kills fourth Palestinian 'suspect' after drive-by shooting of two Israeli soldiers.Read More

'Defective leadership': UNAIDS chief to quit early over scandal

Report finds UN body's head fostering work environment that tolerates bullying, sexual harassment and culture of fear.Read More

Lebanon's Hariri 'pretty sure' of new government by year end

Seven months after a general election, leaders are still at odds on how to form a cabinet with rival groups.Read More

CEU student arrested during 'slave law' protest in Hungary

A student and activist from the embattled Central European University is being investigated for assault.Read More

Brexit: All the latest updates

Beleaguered prime minister garnered 200 votes in favour with 117 against in vote on whether she will continue to lead. Read More

Two babies die at IDP camp on Syria-Jordan border, UN says

UNICEF reiterates calls for humanitarian access to Rukban camp as civilians face the risk of starvation. Read More

North and South Korea to hold rail reconnection ceremony

The largely symbolic event will take place on December 26 at the Pyongyang-controlled Panmun station, Seoul says.Read More

Sri Lanka's Supreme Court overturns sacking of parliament

In landmark ruling, top court says President Maithripala Sirisena's dissolution of parliament is unconstitutional.Read More

May won a confidence vote but the Brexit battle is unchanged

Infighting in the Conservative Party continues as the prime minister tries to strike a deal that appeases critical MPs. Read More

West Bank shootings kill three Palestinians, two Israelis

Israeli forces kill three Palestinian 'suspects', followed by drive-by shooting in which two Israelis are killed.Read More

Why white supremacists and Hindu nationalists are so alike

White supremacy and Hindu nationalism have common roots going back to the 19th-century idea of the 'Aryan race'.Read More

The dangers of NGO-isation of women's rights in Africa

NGOs agendas in Africa depoliticise women's rights and sideline and weaken grassroot African activism.Read More

Amnesty says ISIL 'annihilation' of rural Iraq is a war crime

The rights group asks the Iraqi government to repair rural infrastructure and compensate the displaced.Read More

How do Arabs scream in Arabic?

Why did Trump, Bolton and Mattis refuse to listen to the tape of Jamal Khashoggi's murder? Because of Arabic?Read More

France opens probe into racist violence by far-right activists

Prosecutor opens inquiry after Al Jazeera investigation exposes Generation Identity activists carrying out attacks.Read More

Gunmen kill dozens of Tuareg civilians in Mali violence

Attackers on motorbikes kill 43 in a village 20km from northern town of Menaka, official says.Read More

Spain announces huge minimum wage rise amid Catalonia tensions

The largest rise in more than 40 years and could see the salaries of millions of low-paid workers grow by 22 percent.Read More

Embattled British PM Theresa May in Brussels for EU summit

British leader in Brussels for discussions with EU leaders over contentious Brexit divorce deal's backstop clause.Read More

Natalie Portman slams Israel's 'racist' nation-state law

'It is a mistake and I don't agree with it,' the actress told London-based Al Quds Al Arabi newspaper.Read More

Turkey train crash: Several killed in high-speed train collision

At least nine dead, dozens injured, as high-speed train crashes and two carriages topple over in Ankara.Read More