Today — 22 October 2021Al Jazeera – Breaking News, World News and Video from Al Jazeera
The regular threats to public officials are an attack on democracy.
Hundreds of students demand the government raise teachers' pay to end a strike that has put a halt on lessons.
New regime forces exodus of journalists from Afghanistan where free press was one of few gains of Western occupation.
UN blames South Sudan's worst floods in 60 years imperilling livelihoods of more than 700,000 people on climate change.
The late US general was an inspiration for immigrants and Black Americans but his role in the Iraq War did great damage.
Appeals at Tripoli sit-in come as more than 5,000 people rounded up this month and put in indefinite detention.
The criminalisation of asylum seekers in Europe should concern all of us.
Fatu, daughter of 32-year-old Najin, is now the only donor left in world-first breeding programme.
Pakistan to provide over $28m in immediate humanitarian aid and ease travel and trade restrictions at its land borders.
Police say at least seven people killed in attack on Islamic seminary in refugee camp on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border.
Director Joel Souza was also wounded in the incident that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, authorities say.
Comments prompt swift White House clarification after seeming to suggest change to policy of 'strategic ambiguity'.
State Premier promises there will be 'no more lockdowns' as Victoria reaches its vaccination targets.
Antonio Guterres says he is 'very concerned' upcoming COP26 in Glasgow will fail.
Yesterday — 21 October 2021Al Jazeera – Breaking News, World News and Video from Al Jazeera
Statement calls on Beijing to allow immediate access to Xinjiang, as rival statement claims 'disinformation'.
UN agency steps up calls for governments to do more to protect and support workers as the pandemic continues to grow.
During visit to Colombia, Blinken announces initiative that will include financial support for protected areas.
The former British colony will replace the UK's Queen Elizabeth as its head of state and become a republic.
With stocks flying high, traders are bracing for market swings in the face of rising price pressures.
Asadullah Haroon Gul was denied access to a lawyer, held for 14 years at Guantanamo without charge; now ordered freed.
Officials have said 400 Mawozo gang is demanding $1m per hostage in ransom to release 17 members of missionary group.
Mohamed Noor claims he feared for his safety and that of his police partner when he shot the unarmed woman.
Brazilian Senate inquiry says Jair Bolsonaro should face crimes against humanity charges for mishandling the pandemic.
The scandal recently led to the departure of two regional presidents and diminished confidence in the US central bank.
Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says NATO agreed a $1bn fund to provide seed financing to develop new tech.
Reports by US White House, defence and intelligence agencies say climate change likely to increase global instability.
A forecast for a warm United States winter put the brakes on a rally fuelled by tight supply and a global energy crunch.
The standardized certificate will have a QR code for scanning at airports, train stations and other entry points.
Foreign minister's first visit since the Taliban takeover comes amid border issues affecting movement and trade.