sexta-feira, 3 de março de 2017

AL JAZEERA-Yemen's war: 'No one knows when he is going to die'

Yemen's war: 'No one knows when he is going to die'

As the devastated country grapples with a massive humanitarian crisis, many Yemenis are becoming increasingly desperate.

MIDDLE EAST

Rival Kurdish groups clash in Iraq's Sinjar region

Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani's close ties with Ankara blamed for clashes between Peshmerga and YBS fighters.
MIDDLE EAST

Syrian army recaptures ancient Palmyra from ISIL

Joint operation involving Russian air power and Shia militia forces ISIL to retreat again from historic city.
MIDDLE EAST

Pentagon: 20 US air raids in Yemen target al-Qaeda

US carries out first major operation in Yemen since a botched raid left civilians and a Navy SEAL dead.
EGYPT

Egypt's Hosni Mubarak acquitted over protester deaths

Former president acquitted of complicity in killings of hundreds of protesters during 2011 uprising that ended his rule.
MIDDLE EAST

'Exhausted, terrified', 4,000 flee Mosul daily

Over 28,000 have been forced from their homes since operation to retake western Mosul started on February 19, says UN.
MIDDLE EAST

The youth bringing social change to Iraqi Kurdistan

While the world's attention is on fighting ISIL in Iraq, many youth are trying to break stereotypes and change that image. Some in the Kurdish region say they are taking up projects and activities to bring positive change to their society.
MIDDLE EAST

Tracing Syria's forced disappearances

Tens of thousands of people have been forcibly disappeared since the outbreak of the war in Syria six years ago. Most have been taken from the streets by government security agents.
PALESTINE

Israel's Gaza report: Another war 'on the horizon'

The report comes as Israeli officials have been warning of the likelihood of another round of hostilities.
MIDDLE EAST

ISIL pulls back from Syria's Palmyra

Suicide bombers and landmines hampering progress by Syrian government forces to recapture the ancient city.
MIDDLE EAST

Sudan's president names first prime minister in decades

Vice president and close ally of Sudan's leader appointed to post abolished after coup that brought Bashir to power.
MIDDLE EAST

Both sides 'committed war crimes' in battle for Aleppo

UN probe finds Syrian air force deliberately attacked aid convoy, while rebels used human shields in eastern Aleppo.
MIDDLE EAST

Syria talks: Opposition points to signs of progress

Government insists on adding 'terrorism' to agenda but is said to have accepted demands to address political transition.
MAPS

Syrian Civil War Map

A map of the Syrian civil war that shows who controls what after five years of fighting.
MIDDLE EAST

'An Irishman is slowly dying in an Egyptian prison'

Family of Ibrahim Halawa, arrested in August 2013, says 'time is of the essence', as Egypt denies claims over health.
MIDDLE EAST

Syria's war: Aleppo's displaced angry at world leaders

While talks involving the government and Syrian opposition continue in Geneva, on the ground civilians continue to suffer. One week into the talks, the possibility of a resolution remains uncertain. Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons reports
MIDDLE EAST

U-20 Cup of Nations: Africa excelling at youth level

Pele once famously predicted an African country would win the World Cup before the year 2000. The Brazilian football legend may have gotten that forecast wrong, but young players from the continent are excelling.
AL JAZEERA WORLD

King Hussein of Jordan: On A Knife Edge

The second half of King Hussein's career, his relationship with Israel, the Palestinians, the Arab world and the West.
MIDDLE EAST

Thousands fled west Mosul in 10 days, Iraqi officials

At least 26,000 have been displaced in past 10 days as Iraqi forces push to retake northern city from ISIL fighters.
EGYPT

Egypt: Attacks on Copts in Sinai 'a message from ISIL'

The state's 'war on terrorism' in Sinai has proved unsuccessful, say analysts.
ARTS & CULTURE

Ghost Hunting: Inside Israel's Al Moskobiya prison

Raed Andoni's Ghost Hunting explores trauma of former Palestinian prisoners as they rebuild their interrogation cell.
MIDDLE EAST

Turkey newspaper 'military unease' claim angers Erdogan

Headline alleging there is an 'unease' at the country's military headquarters angers President Erdogan.
MIDDLE EAST

Russia, China veto UN sanctions on Syria over gas raids

Moscow and Beijing prevent UNSC from imposing sanctions on Syrian government for alleged use of chemical weapons.
MIDDLE EAST

Israel's cabinet 'ignored warnings' over 2014 Gaza war

State inquiry says cabinet never discussed possible alternatives to army action, which killed over 2,250 Palestinians.
MIDDLE EAST

Largest coup trial opens in Turkey with 330 suspects

Charges for those allegedly involved in failed July military coup range from murder to trying to overthrow government.
SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR

Syria's FSA vows to attack government forces in Al Bab

Syrian army's advances in Al Bab city may delay the battle for Raqqa, analysts say.

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