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Supreme Court says dissident, who helped topple Gaddafi, can sue ex-foreign secretary Jack Straw and MI6 officials. [Read More]
Russia to defend itself against charges it illegally annexed Crimea in suit seeking damages for shelling of civilians. [Read More]
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Sergey Lavrov says Russia and US could start discussions on 'fighting terrorism' in Syria during summit in Kazakhstan. [Read More]
Russia to defend itself against charges it illegally annexed Crimea in suit seeking damages for shelling of civilians. [Read More]
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Bumpy run-up to Trump inauguration gives Chinese leader convenient opportunity to claim assertive role on world stage. [Read More]
Theresa May announces plans for a clean break from EU bloc and promises that politicians will vote on final Brexit deal. [Read More]
The imperial-age idea of the "conspiratorial Muslim" has reemerged with new force and scope. [Read More]
Right-wing populism evokes fear, left-wing populism - hope. [Read More]
As Standing Rock protests come to an end, Native Americans still face discrimination and racism across the Dakotas. [Read More]
East African survivors from latest disaster off Libyan coast recount harrowing details from Saturday's sinking. [Read More]
More than twice the January average rainfall in a day forces nearly 7,000 people from their homes. [Read More]
REWIND revisits a Fault Lines probe into Somalia's disastrous 2011 famine and the role of US counterterrorism. [Read More]
Finance, foreign affairs, trade and the environment ministers quit Jammeh's government as end of his term looms. [Read More]
Members of the Free Syrian Army denounced a visit by a former rebel commander to Russia. [Read More]
One of the greatest mysteries of aviation will remain a mystery after search for the wreckage has been called off. [Read More]
The African Cup of Nations tournament was expected to bring relief after the post-election crisis in Gabon. [Read More]
As his trial finally begins, Ibrahim Halawa's sister describes the family's ongoing anguish. [Read More]
Al Jazeera speaks with Ziad el-Aloul, a Palestinian activist, about ways to unite Palestinian diaspora in Latin America. [Read More]
Governor of Istanbul says Abdulgadir Masharipov, who was captured on Monday, admitted to killing 39 on New Year's Eve. [Read More]
Supporters say the constitutional reform will bring stability, but critics believe it may 'lead to a one-man rule'. [Read More]
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