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  • Swedish school includes skateboarding in curriculum

    Skateboarding hasn’t always managed to shake off its image as a counterculture sport. But from 2020 it will be part of the Olympic Games and one school in Sweden has adopted skating as a part of its curriculum

    Swedish school includes skateboarding in curriculum
    Swedish school includes skateboarding in curriculum

    Skateboarding hasn’t always managed to shake off its image as a counterculture sport. But from 2020 it will be part of the Olympic Games and one school in Sweden has adopted skating as a part of its curriculum

    02:21May 27, 2017

  • Pakistan’s new coal project to provide power for 200 years

    A new coal mining project in the Thar desert is expected to provide enough power to last 200 years. It's also bringing jobs and opportunities to a community which has faced drought and famine.

    Pakistan’s new coal project to provide power for 200 years
  • Egypt bombs Libya’s Derna after attack against Christians

    At least 28 people were killed after gunmen attacked vehicles carrying Christian worshippers. The Egyptian air force carried out six air raids in neighbouring Libya just hours after the attack. Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.

    Egypt bombs Libya’s Derna after attack against Christians
  • Mali: UN peacekeeping mandate renewed amid fighting

    The mandate of a UN peacekeeping operation in northern Mali is to be renewed in June. Rebels and the Malian government are not complying with a peace accord signed two years ago.

    Mali: UN peacekeeping mandate renewed amid fighting
  • US: New study links ‘light cigarettes’ directly to cancer

    Researchers have found that the so-called "light cigarettes” may be behind a spike in lung cancer cases. Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou Castro reports.

    US: New study links ‘light cigarettes’ directly to cancer
  • US ‘charter’ schools hit by controversy

    The US government is planning to allocate more money for 'charter' schools which are seen as an alternative to traditional educational facilities. This has resulted in local schools getting underfunded.

    US ‘charter’ schools hit by controversy
  • First ‘bio-pay’ shop opens in South Korea

    A company in South Korea has opened its first “bio-pay” shop where customers can pay for things with a scan of their hand. The technology is just one of many that the country is testing before rolling it out to the world.

    First ‘bio-pay’ shop opens in South Korea
    First ‘bio-pay’ shop opens in South Korea

    A company in South Korea has opened its first “bio-pay” shop where customers can pay for things with a scan of their hand. The technology is just one of many that the country is testing before rolling it out to the world.

    02:20May 27, 2017

  • Scores killed in Sri Lankan floods and landslides

    At least 100 people have been killed in Sri Lanka’s southern and western regions following two days of heavy rain. Thousands have already been evacuated, with officials warning of rising water levels in several regions.

    Scores killed in Sri Lankan floods and landslides
  • Manchester attack: Police raids continue in full force

    UK police believe they have "got hold of a large part of the network" linked to a suicide bomber that killed at least 22 people in Manchester.

    Manchester attack: Police raids continue in full force
  • US Republican wins Montana vote despite assault charge

    Voters in the US state of Montana have elected a new member to Congress who is facing an assault charge. Republican Greg Gianforte narrowly won the vote just hours after being charged with attacking a reporter.

    US Republican wins Montana vote despite assault charge
  • G7: A brief look at the Taormina summit

    The leaders of the United States, Canada, Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Japan - countries collectively known as the Group of Seven (G7) – are in the resort town of Taormina, Italy, to discuss about some of the world’s most pressing issues.

    G7:  A brief look at the Taormina summit
  • UK election campaigns resume after concert attack

    Britain’s political parties have restarted their campaigning ahead of a June 8 general election. Following a deadly attack at a music venue in Manchester, security has dominated the political debate. Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips reports from London.

    UK election campaigns resume after concert attack