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  • South Africa's finance minister faces dismissal

    Pravin Gordhan, South Africa's finance minister, could lose his job in an expected cabinet reshuffle under the new budget. Trade unions are also threatening a nationwide strike after the government cut the public sector wage bill.

    South Africa's finance minister faces dismissal
    South Africa's finance minister faces dismissal

    Pravin Gordhan, South Africa's finance minister, could lose his job in an expected cabinet reshuffle under the new budget. Trade unions are also threatening a nationwide strike after the government cut the public sector wage bill.

    02:14Feb 23, 2017

  • Greek police protest austerity measures

    Security and emergency service personnel in Greece have held protests against cutbacks and poor working conditions. The Greek government is implementing large-scale austerity measures to appease international lenders.

    Greek police protest austerity measures
  • France: Le Pen aide investigated over corruption

    French prosecutors have placed far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen's chief of staff under formal investigation. Le Pen is accused of paying some of her aides for jobs at the European Parliament.

    France: Le Pen aide investigated over corruption
  • Guinea schools reopen after deadly teachers' strike

    Schools have reopened in Guinea after a partial lifting of the three-week teachers' strike over pay. But, more than half the students in the largest schools in the capital Conakry were absent.

    Guinea schools reopen after deadly teachers' strike
  • Mohamed Abdullahi inaugurated as Somali president

    Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, Somalia's new president, has been sworn in under tight security at a ceremony in the capital, Mogadishu.

    Mohamed Abdullahi inaugurated as Somali president
  • UN: $4.4bn needed to prevent famine 'catastrophe'

    The UN is warning of a humanitarian disaster in four countries, saying millions of people are barely surviving in conditions close to famine.

    UN: $4.4bn needed to prevent famine 'catastrophe'
  • NASA discovers seven new Earth-like planets

    NASA has discovered a solar system with seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a star, and some of them could potentially support life. Al Jazeera's Tom Ackerman reports.

    NASA discovers seven new Earth-like planets
    NASA discovers seven new Earth-like planets

    NASA has discovered a solar system with seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a star, and some of them could potentially support life. Al Jazeera's Tom Ackerman reports.

    01:22Feb 23, 2017

  • Syria talks to resume with low expectations

    In a new round of diplomacy between the Syrian government and the country's opposition, peace talks are set to resume in Geneva on Thursday.

    Syria talks to resume with low expectations
  • Hong Kong former leader sentenced to prison

    Hong Kong's former leader Donald Tsang has been jailed for 20 months for misconduct in public office. The 72-year-old failed to disclose his property dealings with a businessman, who was later awarded government licences to run radio stations.

    Hong Kong former leader sentenced to prison
  • Iraqi army hits ISIL positions amid Mosul airport push

    For the first time in two years Iraqi forces can see the destroyed runway of Mosul airport. On day four of the push for the western part of the city - Iraqi forces are shelling and striking ISIL positions in and around Mosul airport perimeters.

    Iraqi army hits ISIL positions amid Mosul airport push
  • NYPD eases dress code rules for Sikhs

    Many Sikhs in the US are winning the right to practice their religion in the workplace. In the New York Police Department, dress codes are easing to accommodate the religion's requirements. Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from New York.

    NYPD eases dress code rules for Sikhs
  • US crab fishermen fear future over climate change threat

    Crab fishermen in the US state of California fear global warming will put them out of business. US scientists have warned the Dungeness crab will be wiped out in 50 years. Other shellfish such as abalone are also threatened.

    US crab fishermen fear future over climate change threat