domingo, 19 de março de 2017

AL JAZEERA -Israeli Prime Minister raises possibility of snap elections following dispute over a new national broadcasting service.

Displacement and insecurity in Diyarbakir

A year after major security operation against the PKK, the Sur district of Turkey's Diyarbakir is struggling to recover.

Israeli coalition crisis raises threat of snap polls

Israeli Prime Minister raises possibility of snap elections following dispute over a new national broadcasting service.

Clashes in Syrian capital after surprise rebel assault

Fierce clashes reported in eastern areas of the Syrian capital following ambush by rebel-aligned forces

What did the UN apartheid report expose in reality?

As Israel moves towards confronting apartheid, the questions raised by the report will become impossible to avoid.

How bad is the humanitarian crisis in Mosul?

750,000 Iraqis are trapped in the western part of the city as Iraqi forces fight house to house to force ISIL out.

Palestinians honour UN official for apartheid report

Palestinian president hails UN official for 'courage' in publishing report accusing Israel of building apartheid state.

Thousands rally in Beirut against proposed tax hikes

The government says the increases are needed to avoid a $4bn budget deficit.

Israel's high court rules to restore residency rights of East Jerusalem Palestinian

In a precedent-setting ruling, Israel's High Court has ordered the Ministry of Interior to restore residency rights to a Palestinian man born in East Jerusalem.

Egypt renews detention of Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein

Detention of Al Jazeera journalist renewed for fifth time, as recent video footage shows him visibly exhausted.

Iraq war map: Who controls what

As fighting in parts of Iraq intensifies, a visual breakdown of the control of territory after years of war.

Battle for Mosul: Who controls what

Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, is now the scene of a battle for control between Iraqi, Kurdish, and ISIL forces.

Booby-trapped homes in Iraq delay civilians' return

While Peshmerga forces and the Iraqi forces have made efforts to clear some of the ISIL explosives left behind, there are few resources available to make villages and districts safe enough for residents to return.

Germany angers Turkey with coup remarks and PKK rally

German spy chief unconvinced US-based religious leader was behind failed coup as PKK backers hold rally in Frankfurt.

Focus on al-Nuri Mosque in ongoing battle for Mosul

ISIL positions in city's west targeted as Iraqi troops close in on mosque from where Baghdadi declared his caliphate.

ISIL after Mosul: Insurgency and rivalry

As the battle for Mosul reaches its final stages, what we are witnessing is ISIL's transformation, not its demise.

Syrian refugees trapped in Jordan's Rukban camp

About 75,000 Syrian refugees sheltering at a camp in Jordan are virtually cut off from help.

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