• By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    LOBSTER DIVER SURVIVES AFTER BEING CAUGHT ‘IN A WHALE'S MOUTH'

    Packard, 56, says he was caught in the mouth of a humpback whale off the coast of Cape Cod before he was spat out.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    POWER SWARM: A REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO SOLAR MICROGRIDS

    In rural Bangladesh, a renewable energy solution is providing villagers with power and an income.

    TV Shows
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    TEXAS: AT LEAST 13 WOUNDED IN DOWNTOWN AUSTIN SHOOTING

    The shooter still at large; it remains unclear what sparked the shooting.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    US ‘GRAVELY CONCERNED' AHEAD OF ELECTIONS IN ETHIOPIA

    Washington says ethnic violence and detentions of opposition figures will raise doubts about the vote's credibility.

    Election, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    ALGERIANS VOTE IN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS AMID BOYCOTT CALLS

    Polls open for first election since President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned amid boycott calls from Hirak movement.

    Election, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    UN SAYS ‘GLOBAL PLAN' NEEDED AFTER G7 COVID VACCINE PLEDGE

    UN chief warns virus could mutate and become resistant to the vaccines.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    ‘GARBAGE': PUTIN DENIES RUSSIA PLANS TO GIVE IRAN SPY SATELLITE

    Washington Post reported that Moscow is planning to give Iran advanced satellite that will boost spying capabilities.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    ‘TORTURE' COMPLAINT FILED IN FRANCE AGAINST UAE OFFICIAL

    Complaint accuses candidate for Interpol presidency, Ahmed al-Raisi, of playing role in torture of jailed activist.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    GENDER INEQUALITY: THE ECONOMIC EFFECT OF THE PANDEMIC ON WOMEN

    Women's jobs are 1.8 times more vulnerable to this crisis. The global economy could suffer trillions in lost output.

    Economy, TV Shows
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    THOUSANDS MARCH IN SUPPORT OF MUSLIM FAMILY KILLED IN CANADA

    People marched about 7km from the spot where the family was struck down to a nearby mosque.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    FROM SHEIKH JARRAH TO GAZA: JOURNALISM UNDER APARTHEID

    Blockade, bombardment and Israeli occupation have not stopped Palestinians from documenting and telling their stories.

    TV Shows
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    SOUTH AFRICA EXPELS MALAWI DIPLOMATS OVER BOOZE SCANDAL

    Diplomats ordered to leave after they 'were found guilty of engaging in illicit trade in duty-free alcohol'.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    ARGENTINA'S FM: ALL LATIN AMERICAN DEMOCRACIES ‘ARE IN CRISIS'

    Felipe Sola discusses his country's long-standing foreign debt and financial crisis.

    TV Shows
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    HONG KONG ACTIVIST AGNES CHOW RELEASED ON PROTEST ANNIVERSARY

    Twenty-four-year-old activist served nearly seven months for her role in an unauthorised assembly in the city in 2019.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    PROBE INTO DEADLY CHINA ULTRAMARATHON LEADS TO ARRESTS, SUICIDE

    Investigators say tragedy was a public safety incident brought about by extreme weather and unprofessional organisation.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    PERU'S CASTILLO ON VERGE OF WINNING PRESIDENCY AFTER TIGHT RACE

    Electoral observers from American states say no 'serious irregularities' were detected during last Sunday's vote.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    BLINKEN RAISES US CONCERNS WITH CHINA ABOUT XINJIANG, HONG KONG

    'Genocide and crimes against humanity', erosion of 'democratic norms' cited by Washington in call with Beijing.

    Democrats, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    PUTIN: US-RUSSIA RELATIONSHIP AT ‘ITS LOWEST POINT' IN YEARS

    The Russian president, ahead of his meeting with Joe Biden, also praised former US President Donald Trump.

    Donald Trump, News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    A RIDE TO HEAVEN: WHY SUMBA LOVES THE SANDALWOOD PONY

    The lineage of the Sandalwood pony dates back to the 8th century and is central to the Indonesian island's culture.

    News
  • By Al Jazeera   -   Jun 12, 2021

    FORMER COLOMBIA LEADER ASKS PARDON FOR ARMY KILLINGS OF CIVILIANS

    Former president Santos asks forgiveness for deaths of thousands during armed conflict with left-wing fighters.

    News