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Are black Americans the true 'founding fathers'? | The Stream

Four hundred years ago this month the first enslaved Africans arrived in The New World only to be sold to colonists living in what would become the US state of ...

🇲🇽 Will Mexico’s ‘glitter protests’ change rape culture? | The Stream

Mexican feminists have been expressing their anger over violence against women and recent allegations that Mexico City police officers had raped two teenage ...

Indonesia deploys troops to West Papua as protests spread

Indonesia has deployed more troops to West Papua as demonstrations calling for the region's independence spread. Government buildings have been torched ...

New ruling body ushers in Sudan's complex shift to civilian rule

Military and civilian members of Sudan's newly formed ruling body have been sworn in at the presidential palace in the country's capital, Khartoum.

Will Matteo Salvini be Italy's next prime minister?

August is normally a quiet month for Italians to enjoy their summer holidays. But politicians have been forced back to work to contain a crisis. Prime Minister ...

India accused of indiscriminate shelling on Pakistani-administered Kashmir

There has also been more violence on the Line of Control (LoC) between Pakistani and Indian-administered Kashmir. The two countries are accusing each ...

Calls for crackdown on illegal eel smuggling from Europe

Europe is at the heart of an illegal wildlife trade operation worth an estimated $4bn. Wild eels are being smuggled by gangs to Asia in massive quantities.

Australia's Cardinal Pell loses child sex abuse appeal

The most senior member of the Roman Catholic church to be found guilty of child sex offences has lost his appeal against conviction. Cardinal George Pell, a ...

India floods: Monsoon rains destroy homes and farms

Thousands of people in the southern Indian state of Kerala have lost their homes and livelihoods after weeks of heavy rain. The monsoon rains triggered floods ...

Italian PM Conte quits as Salvini pulls support for government

Politics in Italy is facing a leadership crisis after Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte quit, following cracks in the governing coalition. Conte accused his deputy, ...

Palestinian artist Kamal Boullata buried in Jerusalem

Palestinian artist Kamal Boullata has been buried in occupied East Jerusalem from which he'd been exiled since the start of the Israeli occupation in 1967.

Qatar to build 'reusable' FIFA World Cup stadium

Qatar has broken ground on another stadium for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The inspiration for this latest project is centred around sustainability. It will be the ...

Argentina's blind theatre: Performance in darkness

Imagine a theatre of the senses, all except the one we most associate with theatre - vision. Argentina's Teatro Ciego, or blind theatre, puts on shows in complete ...

Donald Trump dismisses economy slowdown concerns

US President Donald Trump says he does not see a recession on the horizon, and concerns raised by some economic indicators are unwarranted. But a new ...

Kashmir crisis: Students stay away from schools

Life is slowly returning to normal in Indian-administered Kashmir more than a week after India's decision to revoke the region's autonomy. Some schools have ...

🇺🇸 Are US visa rules stifling research and innovation? | The Stream

For many researchers and academics around the world, studying and working in countries such as the United States or United Kingdom is a major step along ...

Does Trump and Netanyahu's special relationship serve or harm the US? | Inside Story

The decision to bar two Congresswomen from entering Israel has sent shockwaves through both countries. The denial of entry to Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar ...

Wildfire rages in Spain's Canary Islands as 9,000 evacuated

Around 9000 people have been evacuated as firefighters battle an out-of-control wildfire on Gran Canaria in Spain's Canary Islands, authorities have said.

Ireland officials reject British calls to renegotiate Brexit

Politicians and business leaders in Ireland have rejected British calls to renegotiate London's exit from the EU. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted a ...

Why is Jubaland election so important for east Africa? | Inside Story

A small region in Somalia is at the centre of a growing power struggle in east Africa. The autonomous federal state of Jubaland is fertile and rich in resources, but ...

Ex-Catholic cardinal’s appeal over child sex abuse to be decided

A former Catholic cardinal will be back in court in Australia on Wednesday to find out whether his appeal against his jail sentence for child sexual abuse has ...

EU rejects UK request to scrap 'Irish backstop' provisions in Brexit accord

UK and EU leaders appear to have hardened their positions on reopening Brexit negotiations, throwing more doubt on any breakthrough before the October 31 ...

India eases lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir

The Indian government has eased some restrictions in Indian-Administered Kashmir, which has been in lockdown for more than two weeks. It has given some ...

Syrian rebels withdraw from strategic Idlib town

Opposition activists in Syria say rebels have withdrawn from the strategically important town of Khan Sheikhoun in southern Idlib province following days of ...

China steps up threats to Hong Kong protesters

While the protests in Hong Kong over the weekend were peaceful, the Chinese government has continued its strategy of threatening the anti-government ...

Kashmir tensions: 'War is not a solution' | Talk to Al Jazeera

There is brewing conflict between nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan, once again at loggerheads over the territory that lies between them: Kashmir.

Iraq: 31 unidentified bodies found buried in Karbala

There are calls for an investigation in Iraq after more than 31 unidentified bodies were found buried in Karbala province. The dead included women, children ...

Nigerian ethnic violence: Conflict amplifies religious divide

For decades, people in northern Nigeria have endured near-constant conflict. In Kaduna state, fighting has pitted the majority Muslim population against minority ...

Salvadoran rape victim jailed for stillbirth not guilty of murder

The Salvadoran woman at the centre of a controversial abortion trial has been acquitted of all charges. Evelyn Hernandez was charged with murder after giving ...

Ilhan Omar: Go to Israel, see 'cruel reality of the occupation'

Democratic US Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib sharply criticised Israel on Monday for denying them entry to the country and called on fellow ...

US Commerce Department grants 90-day trade extension to Huawei

The United States has delayed its total ban on Huawei's access to American suppliers. The move will allow the Chinese technology giant to continue buying ...

Macron tells Putin truce in Syria's Idlib must be respected

French President Emmanuel Macron has told Vladimir Putin that it is "vital" a ceasefire goes into force in northwest Syria, where Moscow-backed government ...

US police officer fired over Eric Garner chokehold death

A white New York City police officer has been fired over his role in the death of a black man five years ago. Eric Garner, who was unarmed when approached by ...

Italian PM Conte faces removal as Salvini flexes political muscle

The fate of Italy's government is to be decided on Tuesday with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte expected to resign after far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini ...

Hong Kong protests: How will this end? | The Stream

As Hong Kong prepares to enter its 11th week of mass anti-government protests, the world is holding its breath to see what happens. The unrest was sparked in ...

Russia says 'foreign meddling' to blame for protests

Russia is to investigate alleged foreign interference in its upcoming local elections in Moscow. There are concerns that "foreign meddling" has been ...

Indonesia's West Papua protests turn violent

Demonstrations in Indonesia's West Papua region have turned violent with protesters burning public facilities and blocking roads. The protesters are angry at ...

Only Native American running for US presidency

Several people hoping to be the next president of the United States will be in Iowa in the next few days at a forum focusing on Native American issues. Most are ...

India's Kerala struggles to recover from devastating floods

More heavy rain is expected in many parts of India, bringing a threat of floods. Monsoon rains have been falling for weeks. More than 270 people have been ...

Afghanistan marks 100 years of independence from British rule

Afghanistan is marking the 100th anniversary of its independence from British rule. President Ashraf Ghani had planned a large celebration but it was postponed ...

Analysis: Al-Bashir arrives in court for fraud charges

The corruption trial of Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir has begun in the capital Khartoum. It's one of several trials he faces - charges against him ...

Kashmir: Indian forces accused of firing pellets at civilians

In Indian-administered Kashmir, several people claim they have been targeted by Indian forces during the lockdown. Al Jazeera spoke to two people who said ...

Abuse survivors sue Chilean state for damages

For nearly 40 years in Chile, members of a German sect that became a refuge for Nazi fugitives were enslaved and abused by their paedophile leader.

Iran tanker departs after Gibraltar rejects US demand

The Iranian oil tanker at the centre of a diplomatic dispute has departed from Gibraltar late on Sunday after the British overseas territory rejected a US demand to ...

Hong Kong: 1.7 million protesters rally for 11th straight weekend

Protest organisers in Hong Kong say more than 1.7 million anti-government demonstrators have rallied through the night. They showed up despite the heavy ...

Sudan: Challenges ahead for new leadership

Sudan's military and opposition coalition are expected to confirm the members of the sovereign council in the coming hours. The two sides signed an historic ...

Afghan wedding blast: Families grieve after suicide attack

A warning: some viewers may find the pictures in this report disturbing. Families in Afghanistan have begun burying those killed in Saturday's attack. The Islamic ...

Kashmir crisis: Residents unable to afford food

The blocking of trade between India and Pakistan is having an impact on Kashmiris on both sides of the border. Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from ...

No-deal Brexit could cause UK food, fuel and medicine shortages

The United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union by October 31. But according to leaked government documents, if no deal is reached, the country could ...

Bangladesh fire: Thousands of homes destroyed in Dhaka slum

Thousands of people in the Bangladeshi capital are now homeless after a large fire swept through a slum. The blaze in Dhaka's Mirpur area took firefighters ...