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Cambodia opposition member Kong Mas charged for incitement

Proponent of sanctions charged with incitement days after PM Hun Sen warned critics to flee if EU revoked trade deal.Read More

Less paper, more Maduro: Vanezuela's media crisis

Nicolas Maduro starts his second term as president of crisis-ridden Venezuela. Plus, political eulogies in the US media.Read More

Sudan issues arrest warrants against 38 reporters amid crackdown

State prosecutor says arrest warrants based on charges such as 'incitement' and 'dissemination of false news'.Read More

Gaza: Four lion cubs die from cold weather day after birth

Blockade on Gaza makes it difficult to obtain food and equipment necessary for animal care, zoo owner says.Read More

Laquan McDonald: Ex-US police sentenced for black teen's murder

White ex-officer sentenced to over six years in jail for on-duty 2014 shooting of teenager Laquan McDonald in Chicago.Read More

EU countries could snub US-Poland summit over Iran concerns

EU diplomats raise questions about summit's agenda, noting that Iran did not appear to be invited.Read More

Many killed as leaking oil pipeline explodes in central Mexico

Dozens more suffer burns with officials placing early blame on gangs of oil thieves who drill into the pipe.Read More

Mueller disputes report claiming Trump directed Cohen to lie

BuzzFeed says it stands by its report that president directed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.Read More

Why are so many Iranian minors seeking asylum in Europe?

The growing number of Iranian children sent on dangerous journeys to the West is a harbinger of worse to come.Read More

Trump's shutdown is a historic opportunity for real change

Now, as support for Trump is waning, leftists need to stop 'playing-it-safe' and present a new vision for this country.Read More

'I was forced to leave': Central American caravan enters Mexico

Central Americans, some who are fleeing for second time, wait to receive humanitarian visas in Mexico. Read More

US gov't shutdown: How long? Who is affected? Why did it begin?

The partial gov't shutdown centres on Trump's request for over $5bn in border wall funding, a demand Democrats oppose.Read More

US confirms jailed Iranian TV anchor not charged with crime

Marzieh Hashemi was taken to a court to give evidence before a grand jury as a material witness, court papers said.Read More

US political row deepens as government shutdown enters 28th day

President Trump's intervention stopped Pelosi and other politicians' planned trip to Belgium and Afghanistan.Read More

Trump, Kim to hold second summit near February end: White House

White House says US continues to make progress in denuclearisation talks after North Korean envoy visits Washington.Read More

Zimbabwe imposes internet shutdown amid crackdown on protests

Internet services totally shut down for most of the day as the UN appeals for restraint from Zimbabwean authorities.Read More

Detained ex-Interpol chief's wife seeks asylum in France

Grace Meng has remained in France since her husband Meng Hongwei disappeared in September.Read More

Lebanon urges Arab League to readmit Syria

Lebanese FM Gebran Bassil calls decision to keep Syria out of upcoming Arab economic summit an 'historic shame'.Read More

Congress to probe report that Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie

Buzzfeed reports Trump personally directed his ex-lawyer to lie to Congress about possible Moscow real estate project.Read More

Colombia's ELN to blame for bomb attack that killed 21: Officials

Defence minister says ELN explosives expert Jose Rojas detonated his vehicle at a Bogota police academy on Thursday.Read More

Is there hope for peace in Afghanistan?

The US wants to renew efforts to persuade the Taliban to have direct talks with the Afghan government.Read More

West Bank checkpoints: ‘Endless’ delays, every day

Al Jazeera visits a West Bank checkpoint and speaks to Palestinians who spend hours there every day just to get to work.Read More

US government shutdown: Ripple effect on businesses

Government workers have less money to spend, and businesses are feeling the pinch.Read More

DR Congo slams African Union's call to suspend election result

Constitutional Court poised to rule on an appeal over the outcome of the elections held in December.Read More

South Africa: Shack-dwellers fear illegal evictions

What rights to South African shack-dwellers have?Read More