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  • Macron’s party tipped to win French elections

    The party of new President Emmanuel Macron, called Republic on the Move, is expected to win the second round of France’s parliamentary elections by a landslide. Al Jazeera’s David Chater reports from Toul.

    Macron’s party tipped to win French elections
    Macron’s party tipped to win French elections

    The party of new President Emmanuel Macron, called Republic on the Move, is expected to win the second round of France’s parliamentary elections by a landslide. Al Jazeera’s David Chater reports from Toul.

    02:01Jun 17, 2017

  • Lebanon’s parliament to vote on reforms

    The way Lebanon chooses members of parliament may be about to change. Politicians will decide whether to switch the voting system from sectarian to one based on proportional representation.

    Lebanon’s parliament to vote on reforms
  • GCC crisis: Turkey boosts efforts for resolution

    Diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis are afoot.

    GCC crisis: Turkey boosts efforts for resolution
  • The Philippines claims control of 90 percent of Marawi

    The Philippine government says its troops have taken control of ninety percent of a city that was seized by an ISIL-linked group last month.

    The Philippines claims control of 90 percent of Marawi
  • Qatar, US sign $12bn deal for fighter jets

    Qatar has agreed to buy fighter jets worth a total of $12bn from the US. The timing of the jet deal has raised eyebrows, coming hot on the heels of US President Donald Trump's criticism of Qatar as a sponsor of "terrorism".

    Qatar, US sign $12bn deal for fighter jets
  • Can the world's aviation watchdog end the air space ban against Qatar? – Inside Story

    The air embargo by Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt on Qatar, all part of the worst diplomatic crisis in the Gulf for years, is now into its second week. Qatar is calling the move by its Arab neighbours illegal.

    Can the world's aviation watchdog end the air space ban against Qatar? – Inside Story
  • Grenfell Tower fire: Theresa May orders full public inquiry

    UK Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered a full public inquiry into the fire at Grenfell Tower in London. Seventeen people have been confirmed dead and 17 others are in critical care after the blaze destroyed a 24-storey block of flats.

    Grenfell Tower fire: Theresa May orders full public inquiry
    Grenfell Tower fire: Theresa May orders full public inquiry

    UK Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered a full public inquiry into the fire at Grenfell Tower in London. Seventeen people have been confirmed dead and 17 others are in critical care after the blaze destroyed a 24-storey block of flats.

    02:34Jun 15, 2017

  • France parliamentary election: Challenges for Le Pen on Sunday

    Marine Le Pen failed to become president and the support for her during the presidential race appears to be failing to transfer to the legislative vote.

    France parliamentary election: Challenges for Le Pen on Sunday
  • Shooter identified after top US politician Steve Scalise, aides shot in Virginia

    A gunman opened fire on Republican members of congress during a baseball practice near Washington early on Wednesday, wounding several people including senior Republican leader Steve Scalise, before being taken into custody, police and witnesses said

    Shooter identified after top US politician Steve Scalise, aides shot in Virginia
  • Qatar-GCC: France's Macron pushes for solution to crisis

    French president Emmanuel Macron and the King of Morocco are speaking to the countries involved in the embargo of Qatar and trying to find a resolution.

    Qatar-GCC: France's Macron pushes for solution to crisis
  • Is Palestinian reconciliation possible? – Inside Story

    Hamas seized control of the Gaza strip 10 years ago

    Is Palestinian reconciliation possible? – Inside Story
  • French justice minister faces corruption claims

    A French newspaper claims the man he tasked with cleaning up politics, Justice Minister Francois Bayrou, incorrectly paid an assistant with EU funds. The allegations come as Bayrou is trying to pass a new law to tackle corruption.

    French justice minister faces corruption claims