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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

  • 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
  • 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
  • Kim Jong-nam killing: Two North Koreans sought by police

    Malaysian police have identified two new people who they want to speak to about the death of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korea's leader. Both are North Korean. Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Kuala Lumpur.

    Kim Jong-nam killing: Two North Koreans sought by police
  • 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
  • Marine Le Pen stirs headscarf controversy in Lebanon

    Marine Le Pen's visit to Lebanon has ended in controversy. The French far-right presidential hopeful left a meeting with the country's top Sunni Muslim religious leader after refusing to wear a headscarf.

    Marine Le Pen stirs headscarf controversy in Lebanon
    Marine Le Pen stirs headscarf controversy in Lebanon

    Marine Le Pen's visit to Lebanon has ended in controversy. The French far-right presidential hopeful left a meeting with the country's top Sunni Muslim religious leader after refusing to wear a headscarf.

    02:19Feb 22, 2017

  • Somalis hope for peace under new president

    Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, Somalia's new president, will be inaugurated on Wednesday. He takes office as the country grapples with frequent attacks and a humanitarian crisis.

    Somalis hope for peace under new president
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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