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  • UK: Dozens of London towers fail safety tests

    Since the Grenfell Tower fire in London, hundreds of similar tower blocks are now being inspected and dozens found to be unsafe. And as far away as Australia, there were warnings raised more than two years ago.

    UK: Dozens of London towers fail safety tests
    UK: Dozens of London towers fail safety tests

    Since the Grenfell Tower fire in London, hundreds of similar tower blocks are now being inspected and dozens found to be unsafe. And as far away as Australia, there were warnings raised more than two years ago.

    02:22Jun 25, 2017

  • London Muslims Eid comes one week after attack

    A van attack on worshippers in Finsbury Park - exactly one week ago – rocked the community in north London. Al Jazeera has been finding out how the Muslim community is helping people to deal with the tragedy.

    London Muslims Eid comes one week after attack
  • Qataris celebrate Eid al-Fitr with mixed feelings

    A blockade on Qatar by a group of Arab countries has put a different complexion on the Eid al-Fitr celebrations marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

    Qataris celebrate Eid al-Fitr with mixed feelings
  • Taekwondo opens door to inter-Korean cooperation

    South Korea's new president has proposed that his country and North Korea form a unified team to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Moon Jae-in says sport can help to ease tensions between the countries and open the path to peace.

    Taekwondo opens door to inter-Korean cooperation
  • Island Games 2017 kick off in Sweden's Gotland

    More than 2,000 athletes have converged on a remote Swedish territory for the World Island Games 2017. Twenty-three islands are represented. For many taking part it was a mission just to get to Gotland.

    Island Games 2017 kick off in Sweden's Gotland
  • Colombia: Paramilitary groups take over abandoned FARC territory

    Colombia's largest rebel group, the FARC, is due to finish disarming this week as part of a historic peace deal with the government. But many communities are still threatened by armed groups.

    Colombia: Paramilitary groups take over abandoned FARC territory
  • In Philippines' Marawi, Muslims celebrate 'gloomy' Eid

    Muslims in the southern Philippine city of Marawi are celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday in relief centres. The army has been battling ISIL-supporting gunmen for more than a month to regain control. Fighting has displaced around 300,000 people.

    In Philippines' Marawi, Muslims celebrate 'gloomy' Eid
    In Philippines' Marawi, Muslims celebrate 'gloomy' Eid

    Muslims in the southern Philippine city of Marawi are celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday in relief centres. The army has been battling ISIL-supporting gunmen for more than a month to regain control. Fighting has displaced around 300,000 people.

    02:09Jun 25, 2017

  • Pakistan fuel tanker crash burns scores to death

    At least 145 people have been killed in eastern Pakistan after an oil tanker crashed and exploded The vehicle overturned before catching fire near the city of Bahawalpur.

    Pakistan fuel tanker crash burns scores to death
  • Scores missing as search for China landslide survivors continues

    Emergency workers have recovered 10 bodies, a day after a landslide in China buried more than 60 homes. At least 93 people are still missing in Sichuan Province. The search for survivors is still going on, but hope is fading.

    Scores missing as search for China landslide survivors continues
  • Iraq refugees spend Eid in desperate conditions

    Many who fled fighting in Mosul between ISIL fighters and security forces are spending another Eid in desperate conditions.

    Iraq refugees spend Eid in desperate conditions
  • Tea farmers struggle to recover from Sri Lanka floods

    Tea farmers in Sri Lanka are struggling to recover from last month's floods in the south of the country, in which hundreds of tonnes of the crop were destroyed by heavy rains and mudslides.

    Tea farmers struggle to recover from Sri Lanka floods
  • Harsher laws sought against illegal sand mining in Namibia

    Illegal sand mining is threatening the environment and communities in Namibia. Residents say regulations against the practice are being ignored and are calling on the government to impose harsher laws.

    Harsher laws sought against illegal sand mining in Namibia