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Major pan-African institutions crafting guideline on land-ethnicity-conflict nexus in Africa

The African Union (AU), the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), and the African Development Bank (AfDB) are jointly crafting guidelines addressing the...

Ghana’s President Endorsed Homosexuality On An International Platform

It is the duty of every leader to ensure the interest of his people and needs of his country at large is served. The...

Arab states present 13 point demands to settle Qatar crisis

Four Arab states that have severed ties with Qatar over alleged support for terrorism have issued a list of 13 demands to end rift...

Former Uganda child soldiers exploited in Iraq & Afghanistan

Former child soldiers from Sierra Leone and Uganda are being used as cheap labour for operations in Iraq and Afghanisatan, according to a new...

President Museveni grilled this weekend on Talk To Al Jazeera

“I want to see the political integration of East Africa,” Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni told Talk To Al Jazeera’s Mohamed Vall. “Our aim is...

Documentary On How The Syrian War Started

“If we had known what would happen, we’d never have written that graffiti,” says Mouawiya Syasneh in The Boy Who Started The Syrian War,...

Countries Are Not Complying To Interpol Red Alerts

Interpol - the world’s largest police organization - has told Al Jazeera that they have identified cases where member countries have not complied with...
This file photo taken on March 15, 2016 shows Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump with his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski(L) addressing the media following victory in the Florida state primary in West Palm Beach, Florida. [Photo/Xinhua]

Professor Noam Chomsky speaks on Trump’s election

Professor Noam Chomsky, the renowned US academic, award-winning author and public intellectual, speaks with ‘UpFront’: Labels Donald Trump “an ignorant, thin-skinned...

DSTV Highlights From Al Jazeera

In November, Witness has a bumper lineup of acclaimed documentaries fresh off the international film festival circuit. These include Syria-set The Father, The Son...

This week: Al Jazeera looks at Libya’s defiant music scene

For 42 years, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ruled Libya with an iron fist. Those were the years the music died; all non-Arabic music was banned,...

Highlighting the story of black women in US

“In the US, black women are being killed by police at a rate of one a month,” says presenter Femi Oke in The Lives...

Yaa Gyasi for Al Jazeera Stream tonight

First-time author Yaa Gyasi will join The Stream on Al Jazeera tonight at 1930 GMT to discuss her best-selling novel, Homegoing. Homegoing follows the...

Maldives president’s caught in corruption scandal

Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit has exposed massive corruption at the top of the Maldives government, including theft, bribery and money laundering. President Abdulla...

Al Jazeera in a chat with Libyan CIA torture victims

• Al Jazeera speaks to the former secret prisoners, including two Libyans who opposed Gaddafi “In the immediate aftermath of 9/11, we did some things...

Al Jazeera unwraps the forgotten war of Sudan’s Nuba Mountains

The civil war has now displaced as many as one million people, many of whom are at serious risk of malnutrition, but Bashir has...
101 East Finding Love in Japan

Finding Love In Japan: Al Jazeera Piece on the game of Cupid

• Japan is seeing the rise of “herbivore men” • Marriage and birth rates are plummeting • The Japanese government is funding match-making events to help...

Al Jazeera throws light on medical staff becoming war casualties

• According to the ICRC there have been 2400 attacks on hospitals, health workers and patients in the last three years • Al Jazeera is...

South African opposition leader warns of armed struggle if ANC violence continues

In Sunday’s episode of Talk To Al Jazeera, South African opposition politician Julius Malema tells Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull that if the ruling African...

SA’s brutality brought to bear

First episode shows almost all categories of police brutality are increasing in South Africa, with Cato Manor organised crime unit linked to dozens of...

Gregory Craig Speaks on Closing Down Guantanamo Bay

• Says Obama could have closed Guantanamo sooner: “I believe he could have.” • On Obama not fulfilling his election promise to close the prison...

Al Jazeera uncovers genocide in Myanmar

The film, Genocide Agenda, exclusively reveals: • Evidence that Myanmar government agents have been involved in triggering anti-Muslim riots. • An official military document that uses...
President Muhammadu Buhari

Al Jazeera up Close with Nigeria?s President Muhammadu Buhari

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari speaks exclusively with Al Jazeera English?s Mehdi Hasan: ? Declares he ?will not resign? if he doesn?t fulfill his promise to...
Baher Mohamed and his family

Al Jazeera welcomes freed journalist Baher Mohamed

Baher was received by Al Jazeera Media Network's acting Director General Dr. Mostefa Souag, Al Jazeera English Acting Managing Director Giles Trendle, various senior...

Al Jazeera welcomes release of journalists

Commenting on the reported releases of Baher Mohammad and Mohammad Fahmy, Al Jazeera Media Network?s acting director general said: ?We?re delighted for them both...

All set for Anas to show corruption video today

The issue of an individual?s right to privacy vis-?-vis the public?s right to information is expected to be put to strenuous test today. This is...

Al Jazeera documentary on Danish-Somali Al Shabab militant to be premiered

Warriors From The North premieres on Al Jazeera on 26 August 2015. This is the chilling but courageous first-person account of a Danish-Somali boy...
Right to Information

Freedom Of Information Law Passed In Sudan

As we struggle to pass the right to information bill into law in Ghana Sudan has just passed the Freedom of Information law. However...
Saeed Thabit

Al Jazeera stand in solidarity with Saeed Thabit

Al Jazeera condemns the death threat received by Saeed Thabit, Al Jazeera Arabic bureau chief in Sanaa, Yemen, in an anonymous phone call that...

Britain, Israel involved in killing about 500 Muslims?

For the first time, members of Kenya?s counter-terrorism police admit to ?eliminating? radical Muslims Police eliminations could be ?almost 500? ?Prima facie evidence? to suggest Britain...

WHO Delayed In Ebola Response – Scientist

On Saturday?s episode of Talk to Al Jazeera, Belgian microbiologist Peter Piot speaks frankly with presenter Felicity Barr about helping discover the Ebola virus...