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  • Al Jazeera: Call for closure siege against journalism

    A demand by Saudi Arabia and its allies to shut down the Al Jazeera Media Network has been rejected by the broadcaster and condemned by international media groups. Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports.

    Al Jazeera: Call for closure siege against journalism
    Al Jazeera: Call for closure siege against journalism

    A demand by Saudi Arabia and its allies to shut down the Al Jazeera Media Network has been rejected by the broadcaster and condemned by international media groups. Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports.

    02:43Jun 23, 2017

  • Arab states issue list of demands to end Qatar crisis

    Saudi and other Arab nations have asked Qatar to shut Al Jazeera, close a Turkish base and scale down Iran ties within 10 days. Al Jazeera’s Hashem Ahelbarra reports.

    Arab states issue list of demands to end Qatar crisis
  • US takes Yellowstone grizzly bears off endangered list

    The US government has announced that grizzly bears living in and around the famous Yellowstone National Park will no longer be protected as an endangered species. This means people in states surrounding the park may be able to hunt the bears.

    US takes Yellowstone grizzly bears off endangered list
  • Somali pirates target ships in the Indian Ocean

    Pirates appear to be making a comeback in the Indian Ocean. Attacks were common until warships from an international force launched a major crackdown five years ago. But the ambushing of four ships by Somali pirates has ended the relative calm

    Somali pirates target ships in the Indian Ocean
  • A look at one year of Brexit

    It's exactly a year since the UK voted to leave the EU in the Brexit referendum. Divorce talks between Brussels and Britain have finally started. But the outcome of the final agreement still remains uncertain.

     A look at one year of Brexit
  • E-commerce makes its debuts in Afghanistan

    Shah Faisal, a young entrepreneur in Afghanistan, is overcoming the odds to introduce online shopping to the capital Kabul. Al Jazeera’s Rob McBride reports from Kabul.

    E-commerce makes its debuts in Afghanistan
  • Venezuela: Violent protests continue into a third month

    Venezuelan troops have fired tear gas and rubber bullets at opposition protesters as demonstrations against President Nicolas Maduro move into a third month. Maduro, however, has not shown any signs of reaching a compromise with the opposition.

    Venezuela: Violent protests continue into a third month
    Venezuela: Violent protests continue into a third month

    Venezuelan troops have fired tear gas and rubber bullets at opposition protesters as demonstrations against President Nicolas Maduro move into a third month. Maduro, however, has not shown any signs of reaching a compromise with the opposition.

    02:28Jun 23, 2017

  • UAE denies Human Rights Watch report on secret prisons in Yemen

    Amnesty International has called on the UN for an investigation into allegations that the UAE and its allied Yemeni security forces detained and tortured hundreds of people.

    UAE denies Human Rights Watch report on secret prisons in Yemen
  • Qatar Airways seeks to buy stake in American Airlines

    Qatar Airways is seeking to buy a 10 percent stake in American Airlines worth more than $800m. The US carrier says it did not solicit the proposed investment and that it would not change its management or strategic direction.

    Qatar Airways seeks to buy stake in American Airlines
  • Brexit: UK offers EU a citizen-rights deal

    British Prime Minister Theresa May has offered European Union leaders a deal on allowing citizens to remain in their respective jurisdictions after Brexit.

    Brexit: UK offers EU a citizen-rights deal
  • Republicans reveal bill to replace Obamacare

    Republicans in the US senate have presented a bill they want to see replace Obamacare. Thirteen senators have been secretly re-drafting the legislation after it struggled to pass through the House of Representatives last month.

    Republicans reveal bill to replace Obamacare
  • Hundreds of buildings in England to be tested after London fire

    Hundreds of high-rise buildings in England are to be checked to see if they have the same type of cladding used on the Grenfell Tower where at least 79 people died in a fire.

    Hundreds of buildings in England to be tested after London fire