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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

  • World is running out of sand, scientists say

    Scientists say the world is running out of sand - a vital ingredient in the manufacture of concrete and glass, as human consumption far exceeds supply.

    World is running out of sand, scientists say
  • Saudi-led demands not 'reasonable or actionable'- Qatar

    Qatar has dismissed a sweeping list of demands by its Arab neighbours as unreasonable and an attempt to limit its sovereignty.

    Saudi-led demands not 'reasonable or actionable'- Qatar
  • The art of making baklava

    Baklava makers are in full preparations for the Eid holiday in Turkey's undisputed baklava capital, Gaziantep. But making the perfect pastry can take generations to master. Al Jazeera’s Natasha Ghoneim reports from Gaziantep, Turkey.

    The art of making baklava
    The art of making baklava

    02:13Jun 24, 2017

  • Qatar given 10 days to comply with Saudi-led bloc's 'list of demands'

    Qatar has reportedly been given 10 days to comply with a list of demands from Arab nations which have imposed a blockade on the Gulf nation.

    Qatar given 10 days to comply with Saudi-led bloc's 'list of demands'
  • New safety concerns for Hong Kong mega-bridge project

    Hong Kong’s reputation as a showcase for mega-engineering projects is being called into question.

    New safety concerns for Hong Kong mega-bridge project
  • Lebanon internet users evade state monopoly

    Internet users in Lebanon often bypass the state-owned monopoly and get connected illegally. Outlawed service providers say they offer faster and cheaper web surfing. And they have grown in popularity despite arrests and government crackdown.

    Lebanon internet users evade state monopoly
    Lebanon internet users evade state monopoly

    Internet users in Lebanon often bypass the state-owned monopoly and get connected illegally. Outlawed service providers say they offer faster and cheaper web surfing. And they have grown in popularity despite arrests and government crackdown.

    02:17Jun 24, 2017

  • Indonesia government launches road safety campaign before Muslim holiday

    The Indonesian government has launched a new campaign to make sure people get home safely for the Muslim holiday of Eid. More than 30 million Indonesians are travelling to spend time with their families, and for many it is a dangerous journey.

    Indonesia government launches road safety campaign before Muslim holiday
  • Philippines: Marawi suffers humanitarian crisis during siege

    Government health agencies warn that the violence in the city of Marawi is causing a humanitarian crisis.

    Philippines: Marawi suffers humanitarian crisis during siege
  • Al Jazeera: Call for closure siege against journalism

    A demand by Saudi Arabia and its allies to shut down the Al Jazeera Media Network has been rejected by the broadcaster and condemned by international media groups. Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports.

    Al Jazeera: Call for closure siege against journalism
  • US takes Yellowstone grizzly bears off endangered list

    The US government has announced that grizzly bears living in and around the famous Yellowstone National Park will no longer be protected as an endangered species. This means people in states surrounding the park may be able to hunt the bears.

    US takes Yellowstone grizzly bears off endangered list
  • A look at one year of Brexit

    It's exactly a year since the UK voted to leave the EU in the Brexit referendum. Divorce talks between Brussels and Britain have finally started. But the outcome of the final agreement still remains uncertain.

     A look at one year of Brexit