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  • Egypt: Coptic Christians killed in Minya bus attack

    Children among bus passengers targeted while going to a monastery in Minya province, prompting search for the attackers.

    Egypt: Coptic Christians killed in Minya bus attack
    Egypt: Coptic Christians killed in Minya bus attack

    Children among bus passengers targeted while going to a monastery in Minya province, prompting search for the attackers.

    01:53May 26, 2017

  • Syria: SDF makes gains in Raqqa

    Syrian Democratic Forces have seized the town of Al-Hamra, five kilometres east of the city. The US-backed Kurdish-led fighters are closing in on the Raqqa stronghold of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

    Syria: SDF makes gains in Raqqa
  • Syrian refugees build an informal economy in Jordan

    Business is booming in Jordan's Zaatari camp. It is one of the largest camps in the world and home to more than 80,000 Syrian refugees. Restrictions that prevent most Syrian refugees from working in Jordan have led to a thriving informal economy.

    Syrian refugees build an informal economy in Jordan
  • Cuban graffiti artists take over Havana streets

    Urban artworks have been appearing on the streets of Havana. Previously, only state-sanctioned murals promoting the Cuban revolution were allowed. Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Havana.

    Cuban graffiti artists take over Havana streets
  • Scottish women's football team struggles for recognition

    Scotland's women's football team is scheduled to play their first ever major tournament in the European Championship. Even though football has been played by women in Scotland since the 17th century, the team still faces a battle for recognition

    Scottish women's football team struggles for recognition
  • Mediterranean refugee crisis looms over the G7 summit

    Human rights activists are hoping to use the G7 summit to highlight the Mediterranean refugee crisis. Refugees rescued from the perilous sea crossing are taken to a port near to where the G7 leaders are gathering.

    Mediterranean refugee crisis looms over the G7 summit
  • 'Foreigners fighting' with ISIL-linked Philippine group

    Thousands of people have abandoned their homes in the southern Mindanao region of the Philippines amid fighting between an ISIL-linked group and security forces. At least 44 people have died in the clashes so far.

    'Foreigners fighting' with ISIL-linked Philippine group
    'Foreigners fighting' with ISIL-linked Philippine group

    Thousands of people have abandoned their homes in the southern Mindanao region of the Philippines amid fighting between an ISIL-linked group and security forces. At least 44 people have died in the clashes so far.

    03:00May 26, 2017

  • Taiwan simulates a China invasion during military drill

    Taiwan has launched large-scale military exercises. President Tsai Ing-wen wants to overhaul the military, but critics warn that her plans could leave the island vulnerable to an attack from China.

    Taiwan simulates a China invasion during military drill
  • US appeals court upholds Trump travel ban

    A US appeals court has upheld a ruling halting Donald Trump’s travel restrictions. The block on the president’s executive order that sought to limit travel from six Muslim majority nations remains in place.

    US appeals court upholds Trump travel ban
  • Replacing Obamacare could leave millions uninsured

    More Americans could be left without health insurance if a Republican bill to replace Obamacare becomes law. Republicans narrowly passed the legislation in the House of Representatives earlier this month.

    Replacing Obamacare could leave millions uninsured
  • Venezuela’s unrest results in month-long public transport closures

    In San Cristobal, the capital of the State of Tachira, most of the public transport system has been shut for nearly a month. Unrest in Venezuela has left cities paralysed for weeks. Al Jazeera’s Alessandro Rampietti reports from Cucuta.

    Venezuela’s unrest results in month-long public transport closures
  • Conflict rages in Thailand’s south

    Thailand's government is under pressure to resolve an ethnic conflict in the south. Malay-speaking Muslims are stepping up their fight for autonomy. Al Jazeera’s Scott Heidler reports from Pattani, Thailand.

    Conflict rages in Thailand’s south