Al-Jazeera journalists targeted by spyware: watchdog
Nas Daily has slammed the Qatari news channel Al Jazeera for spreading "fake news" about him and calling him a product of an Israeli propaganda program.
Al-Jazeera says Malaysia rejects visas for Aussie staffers
Malaysian police chief insists Al Jazeera probe 'professional'
Al Jazeera's Malaysian office raided over documentary
Malaysia police question Al Jazeera journalists over documentary
Talk-show host John Oliver slammed Indian journalist Arnab Goswami for calling him "malicious" and "third rate TV show host" during his debate show.
Hopes are fading that more survivors can be found in the rubble of a collapsed hotel on Quanzhou, China, which was also being used as a quarantine center for COVID-19 patients.
British backer of Syrian White Helmets found dead in Turkey
The 16th largest bank in the world, Deutsche, denied allegations reported by the New York Times that it did not report potential suspicious activity in Trump-Kushner accounts to US Treasury.
A school robotics team of five students from The Gambia has joined Afghanistan’s all-girl robotics team in having their one-week visas rejected by the U.S. in order to attend the First Global Challenge robotics competition in Washington D.C.
There were over 100 people aboard the aircraft.
It's unknown how many people were injured or killed.
A Republican super PAC led by a lobbyist for Saudi Arabia is insinuating that Democratic Congressional candidate Jon Ossoff has terrorism ties.
“We will call them out when we see something wrong. If we see where we can work together, of course, we’re going to try and do that.”
The United Nations Human Rights Council said it had reliable evidence to prove pro-government troops entered civilian homes and killed 82 Syrians “on the spot.”
A bomb exploded inside a hospital in Quetta, in Pakistan's Balochistan province Monday.
An Egyptian court handed down its final ruling on 11 people who were accused of leaking national security documents to Al Jazeera and Qatar.
Hopes for limits on oil production were dashed Sunday as major oil producers decided to put off any decisions until the June OPEC meeting.
The Qatar-based broadcaster, which is set to close down its American division in April, said the layoffs are part of a “workforce optimization initiative.”
No deaths have been reported yet in the accident that occurred after a train derailed and collided with a concrete barrier.
A group of 10 rabbis traveled to the Caribbean nation last week and said the country's treatment of Haitians resembles discrimination historically faced by Jews.
Uthukela Mayor Dudu Mazibuko said the scholarship for virgin young women is intended to "reduce HIV, AIDS and unwanted pregnancy."
At least five states have chosen to forbid the sales of e-cigarettes.
The Qatar-owned network, always a kind of misfit among American news outlets, will go dark in April.