Armenian families still living in squalid conditions ever since a devastating earthquake struck Gyumri 30 years ago, are hoping their plight is about to end…View More Armenia: Gyumri's forgotten quake survivors share election hopes
The investigation has been criticised for failing to represent survivors of the deadly fire. Almost a year after the Grenfell Tower fire that killed 72 people,…View More Grenfell inquiry set to begin
China has offered to cut its trade surplus with United States by $200bn, according to media reports, amid fresh round of talks in Washington aimed…View More US, China launch trade talks to avert tariff war
‘The United Nations Support Mission In Libya has let us down,’ says member of Libya’s High State Council. People in Libya’s eastern city of Derna…View More Libyans call on UN 'to stop war on Derna, lift devastating siege'
At least 92 Russian soldiers have been killed in Syria since September 2015, Russia’s defence ministry says. Four Russian military personnel and dozens of rebel fighters have…View More Russian troops killed during rebel raid in Syria's Deir Az Zor
Islamic scholars from three Muslim countries set to meet in Indonesia in an effort to bring peace in Afghanistan. Prominent Muslim scholars from three countries…View More Will Islamic scholars' fatwa force Afghan Taliban to join talks?
Mahmoud Nabulsi wanted to find a way to help the poor, mobilise Jordan’s youth and support rural women. A restaurant in Jordan’s capital Amman, which…View More Ezwitti: Jordan restaurant that helps feed the homeless
House of Representatives votes to require defence secretary to determine whether US troops were involved in torture. The House of Representatives in the United States has voted…View More US lawmakers call Pentagon to probe torture allegations in Yemen
In a Facebook post, suspect of van attack mentioned ‘Incels’, a term used for men who espouse virulent hatred of women. Montreal, Canada – Canada’s largest city…View More Misogyny 'clear-cut' in deadly Toronto attack
Meeting takes place amid rising anger among Yemenis over deployment of UAE forces and military craft on pristine island. A first meeting between a Saudi…View More Saudi team in Socotra as UAE presence angers Yemen
The Catholic Church is still an intrinsic part of Chilean society, and believers keep coming to church, but now they’re demanding change right from the…View More Chile sex abuse scandal: Catholics attempt to rebuild faith
Fears abound that the number of people killed is much higher than estimates because many bodies are yet to be recovered from the debris. Questions…View More Kenya floods: Search for survivors continues
As League and Five Star Movement move towards forming a new government, Al Jazeera takes a look at who will benefit most. Italy is inching…View More Five Star and League: Winners and losers of Italy's new direction
The bodies of 20 Egyptian Coptic Christians beheaded in Libya by ISIL in 2015 were flown back to Cairo on Monday, Egyptian state television reports.…View More Libya returns beheaded bodies to Egypt