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Mosques in Turkey hold funeral prayers in Mohamed Morsi's honour

Thousands gather to pay their respects to the former Egyptian president who died in a Cairo court on Monday. Read More

Magnitude 6.8 earthquake strikes off coast of Japan

There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties from the tremor, which hit 85km off northwestern Honshu island.Read More

Refugee girls in Beirut 'face sexual violence, forced marriage'

More than half the refugee girls living in Lebanon's capital face sexual violence and harassment regularly, report says.Read More

Nigeria villagers in Borno mourn the dead, lament state failures

Two young girls among three suicide bombers who killed at least 20 in attack on a village in northeastern Nigeria.Read More

Colombia deports undocumented Venezuelans entering Cucuta

In response, Venezuela now requests migration cards for Colombians travelling to Venezuela.Read More

Ethiopian migrants rescued from Yemen

Around 12,000 people take the dangerous sea journey from the Horn of Africa to Yemen every month despite its poverty.Read More

Guatemala election: Candidates vow to tackle crime and poverty

Favoured frontrunner Sandra Torres from the centrist National Unity of Hope party leads after the first round of voting.Read More

China's Muslim minority seek sanctuary in Kazakhstan

China is closely watching what is happening in Kazakhstan and is concerned about increasing anti-Chinese sentiment.Read More

Egypt's ex-President Mohamed Morsi buried in Cairo: Son

Egypt's first freely elected president buried in Cairo at dawn, his son says, with some Morsi family members present.Read More

Palestine: The Arab 'deal of the century'

Arab rulers may be willing to sell out Palestine, but the Arab people are not.Read More

US releases new images from suspected attacks on Gulf tankers

Pentagon says pictures show Iran's IRGC removing an unexploded mine from a Japanese-owned tanker.Read More

Russia, China warn US over sending 1,000 new troops to the Gulf

Deployment of 1,000 troops to Middle East shows US on 'a conscious course to provoke war' with Iran, Moscow says.Read More

Mohamed Morsi's death: World reaction

International reaction following the news of the death of the former Egyptian president.Read More

Trump to kick off 2020 re-election campaign in Florida

From immigration confrontations to trade wars and the economy, Al Jazeera looks at Trump's achievements and failures.Read More

Platini detained in Paris as part of Qatar 2022 World Cup probe

Disgraced former European football star held over the awarding of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar, Le Monde reports.Read More

Uganda: Dozens get Ebola vaccine after outbreak spreads

Uganda begins a vaccination campaign for people who may have been exposed to the Ebola virus.Read More

UN: World population expected to rise to 9.7 billion in 2050

There will be two billion more of us on the planet by 2050 despite a slowing global birth rate, UN says.Read More

Boeing crisis dominates Paris Air Show 2019

Boeing tried to repair its image at an airshow where it usually showcases its high fliers.Read More

Surveillance-savvy Hong Kong protesters go 'digitally dark'

How surveillance-savvy protesters in Hong Kong are hiding their digital footprints.Read More

India's heatwave turns deadly

Over 180 people killed in eastern state of Bihar, which is witnessing the second-longest heatwave on record.Read More

From child bride to domestic abuse survivor to refugee

Laila* was married off at 13 and abused by her husband in Pakistan. If the UK deports her, she fears he will kill her.Read More

Hong Kong leader offers 'most sincere apology' as bill may expire

Carrie Lam hints further efforts on controversial extradition bill will be paused indefinitely following mass protests.Read More

US-Iran tensions, trolls and the dubious case of Heshmat Alavi

Taxpayer-funded smears and a well-published but fake activist - we examine worrying twists in the US-Iran online battle.Read More

UN says Yemen conflict is worsening

Humanitarian affairs chief, Mark Lowcock, said fighting this year in Yemen displaced more than 250,000 people.Read More

Syria says it doesn't want to fight with Turkey

Damascus says military action in response to rebel violations, including presence of fighters in a demilitarised zone.Read More