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  • US police arrest Dakota pipeline protesters

    US police have arrested activists at the Dakota Access oil pipeline protest camp after a deadline for them to leave the site passed on Wednesday.

    US police arrest Dakota pipeline protesters
    US police arrest Dakota pipeline protesters

    US police have arrested activists at the Dakota Access oil pipeline protest camp after a deadline for them to leave the site passed on Wednesday.

    01:40Feb 23, 2017

  • 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
  • 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
  • US: Anxiety grows among undocumented immigrants

    Many of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States could be considered for deportation under new directives issued by President Donald Trump.

    US: Anxiety grows among undocumented immigrants
  • US: Trump decries wave of anti-semitic attacks

    US President Donald Trump has denounced a recent wave of threats against America's Jewish community. Trump made the remarks on a tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on the same day he tightened immigration laws.

    US: Trump decries wave of anti-semitic attacks
    US: Trump decries wave of anti-semitic attacks

    US President Donald Trump has denounced a recent wave of threats against America's Jewish community. Trump made the remarks on a tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on the same day he tightened immigration laws.

    01:50Feb 22, 2017

  • 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
  • US VP Pence reassures commitment to EU

    US Vice President Mike Pence has returned to Washington, DC after trying to reassure European leaders of America's commitment to the European Union.

    US VP Pence reassures commitment to EU
  • Russia's UN envoy Vitaly Churkin dead at 64

    Diplomats around the world are expressing their condolences after the sudden death of Russia's ambassador to the United Nations. Vitaly Churkin died in New York on Monday, aged 64.

    Russia's UN envoy Vitaly Churkin dead at 64
  • Trump names HR McMaster as national security adviser

    US President Donald Trump has selected a military officer to be his new national security adviser. Lieutenant General Herbert Raymond McMaster takes the job a week after Trump sacked his first appointment, Mike Flynn.

    Trump names HR McMaster as national security adviser
  • 'Indivisible' movement: Trump protest group tries new tactic

    Many have taken to the streets across the US to protest against Trump's presidency. A group of former congressional staffers have formed an advocacy group called "Indivisible" and have produced a guide of effective forms of democratic dissent.

    'Indivisible' movement: Trump protest group tries new tactic