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  • Security concerns dominate European Police Congress in Berlin

    European countries need to do more to prevent an upsurge of violent attacks across the continent. That was the message from the German Interior Minister at the 20th European Police Conference in Berlin.

    Security concerns dominate European Police Congress in Berlin
    Security concerns dominate European Police Congress in Berlin

    European countries need to do more to prevent an upsurge of violent attacks across the continent. That was the message from the German Interior Minister at the 20th European Police Conference in Berlin.

    02:36Feb 21, 2017

  • Twelve Johannes Vermeer masterpieces on show at Louvre

    Paintings by the 17th century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer are scattered around the world. But after five years of work, the Louvre museum in Paris has managed to bring together 12 of his masterpieces at a rare exhibition.

    Twelve Johannes Vermeer masterpieces on show at Louvre
  • Israeli soldier sentenced to 18 months for killing Palestinian

    An Israeli sergeant has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for shooting dead a Palestinian as he lay wounded and unarmed on the ground.

    Israeli soldier sentenced to 18 months for killing Palestinian
  • Local language policy stirs debate in Zimbabwe's schools

    The government in Zimbabwe has introduced a new school curriculum to teach children in their first language instead of in English. But some parents and teachers fear the policy will limit children's chances of getting jobs.

    Local language policy stirs debate in Zimbabwe's schools
  • Israeli soldier Elor Azaria to be sentenced for manslaughter

    A convicted Israeli soldier is due to be sentenced for manslaughter for killing a Palestinian man. Elor Azaria shot Abdel Fattah al-Sharif, as he lay injured on the ground. Sharif had earlier tried to stab another soldier.

    Israeli soldier Elor Azaria to be sentenced for manslaughter
  • Cambodia rights activists investigated for violence

    Two human rights workers in Cambodia are being investigated for inciting violence during a rally last year. Rights organisations say it's another example of a deteriorating situation for people working to improve the lives of Cambodians.

    Cambodia rights activists investigated for violence
  • Scientists examine carbon emissions underwater

    The burning of oil and coal is one of the largest contributors to global warming. Scientists in Antarctica are examining how sea life absorbs carbon from the atmosphere. Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports off east Antarctica.

    Scientists examine carbon emissions underwater
    Scientists examine carbon emissions underwater

    The burning of oil and coal is one of the largest contributors to global warming. Scientists in Antarctica are examining how sea life absorbs carbon from the atmosphere. Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports off east Antarctica.

    03:03Feb 21, 2017

  • Football: Champion Leicester City battles EPL relegation

    English champion football team Leicester City will play in the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League for the first time on Wednesday, when players visit Spain's Sevilla.

    Football: Champion Leicester City battles EPL relegation
  • US: Trump supporters celebrate president's first month in office

    Supporters of US President Donald Trump have few complaints about his leadership. As the new president wraps up his first month in office, many say he is not getting the recognition he deserves for trying to deliver on his campaign promises.

    US: Trump supporters celebrate president's first month in office
  • Protests in London as MPs debate Trump's UK visit

    Thousands of protesters gathered in London on Monday as British MPs debated the government's decision to invite US President Donald Trump on a state visit. Close to 2 million Britons signed an online petition calling for the visit to be blocked.

    Protests in London as MPs debate Trump's UK visit
  • Greece, EU reach compromise on economic bailout

    Greece and the European Union have reached a compromise on austerity measures in the latest bid to free u new funds to bail out the Greek economy. Greek officials and their EU and International Monetary Fund creditors met in Brussels on Monday.

    Greece, EU reach compromise on economic bailout
  • Rio near bankruptcy six months after the Olympics

    Rio's state government is broke, just six months after the Olympic Games. As it struggles to contain one of the worst recessions on record, civil servants are protesting new austerity measures. Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports.

    Rio near bankruptcy six months after the Olympics