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  • Guatemala: US woman acquitted of human trafficking charges

    Nancy Bailey, 64, was accused of falsifying identity documents and DNA samples of three Guatemalan children who were adopted by people in the United States.

    Guatemala: US woman acquitted of human trafficking charges
    Guatemala: US woman acquitted of human trafficking charges

    Nancy Bailey, 64, was accused of falsifying identity documents and DNA samples of three Guatemalan children who were adopted by people in the United States.

    02:28May 18, 2017

  • Growing fears over Venezuela’s deepening crisis

    The UN Security Council has held an emergency meeting on Venezuela following more violent anti-government protests. The US is warning that the country's food and political crises could escalate into a major conflict.

    Growing fears over Venezuela’s deepening crisis
  • Robert Mueller: Who is the newly-appointed overseer of the Trump-Russia probe?

    He was credited with rebuilding the FBI's reputation after the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and Washington. And he once had a showdown with ex-President George W Bush over domestic spying.

    Robert Mueller: Who is the newly-appointed overseer of the Trump-Russia probe?
  • Russia-US ties: Democrats push for conduct inquiry

    Donald Trump is under growing pressure at home as leading Democrats call for an independent investigation into White House conduct. It follows reports that the US president gave Russian officials classified information during a visit to Washington

    Russia-US ties: Democrats push for conduct inquiry
  • Talk to Al Jazeera - Henrique Capriles promo

    As Venezuela descends into public disorder, the opposition leader explains his strategy for bringing down the President.

    Talk to Al Jazeera - Henrique Capriles promo
  • Seoul wants communication lines restored with North Korea

    South Korea's president is warning a military confrontation with North Korea is 'highly possible'. But he has not given up on a dialogue, and the government wants to re-open communication lines.

    Seoul wants communication lines restored with North Korea
  • Hungary's proposed NGO bill stirs controversy

    In the latest alleged attack on civil society, Hungary wants to pass a law demanding that non-governmental organisations reveal the source of all their funding.

    Hungary's proposed NGO bill stirs controversy
    Hungary's proposed NGO bill stirs controversy

    In the latest alleged attack on civil society, Hungary wants to pass a law demanding that non-governmental organisations reveal the source of all their funding.

    02:39May 17, 2017

  • Unemployment central to Iran election

    Unemployment in Iran stands at about 13 percent, while nearly a third of young people have no job - and that has become a focal point in the election.

    Unemployment central to Iran election
  • US whistleblower Chelsea Manning set to be freed from prison

    Chelsea Manning, a transgender and former US soldier who was jailed for one of the largest leaks of classified documents in US history, is set to walk out of a military prison after seven years behind bars.

    US whistleblower Chelsea Manning set to be freed from prison
  • Donald Trump and Recep Tayyip Erdogan hold talks

    The main two topics on Tuesday's agenda were Trump's decision to send weapons to Syrian Kurdish forces of YPG, which Ankara considers a "terrorist" group, and Turkey's request for the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, a US-based Muslim leader.

    Donald Trump and Recep Tayyip Erdogan hold talks
  • Donald Trump defends sharing information with Russia

    The US president has defended his decision to share sensitive information in a meeting with Russia, after a political storm erupted over the passing on of the material.

    Donald Trump defends sharing information with Russia
  • How long can Ethiopia state of emergency last?

    The UN has warned that more than a decade of development is at risk if Ethiopia continues to ban political opposition and muzzle the media.

    How long can Ethiopia state of emergency last?