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  • UK election campaigns resume after concert attack

    Britain’s political parties have restarted their campaigning ahead of a June 8 general election. Following a deadly attack at a music venue in Manchester, security has dominated the political debate. Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips reports from London.

    UK election campaigns resume after concert attack
    UK election campaigns resume after concert attack

    Britain’s political parties have restarted their campaigning ahead of a June 8 general election. Following a deadly attack at a music venue in Manchester, security has dominated the political debate. Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips reports from London.

    02:10May 27, 2017

  • Qatar cyberattack puts fake news in focus

    Qatar says it has been targeted by a hostile media campaign after fake news was published online and repeated on other outlets despite vigorous official denials. A four-hour cyberattack hit official media on Tuesday.

    Qatar cyberattack puts fake news in focus
  • David Hearst discusses latest cyberattack targets Qatar’s official media

    Qatar says it has been the target of a hostile media campaign by an unknown entity. David Hearst, a journalist and editor of Middle East Eye, discusses the cyberattack.

    David Hearst discusses latest cyberattack targets Qatar’s official media
  • Trump plan to cut trillions of dollars from social programmes defended

    US budget director Mick Mulvaney has defended plans to cut trillions of dollars from social programmes over the next decade. He says President Donald Trump's proposals are morally justified and will increase economic growth.

    Trump plan to cut trillions of dollars from social programmes defended
  • Brazil: Troops deployed in capital as tens of thousands protest

    Brazil's president Michel Temer has deployed federal troops to restore order in the country's capital, Brasilia, after some ministries were evacuated during clashes between police and protesters seeking his ouster.

    Brazil: Troops deployed in capital as tens of thousands protest
  • Duterte considers martial law for entire Philippines

    Residents flee Mindanao's Marawi city as fighters reportedly behead a local police chief and take churchgoers hostage.

    Duterte considers martial law for entire Philippines
  • Pope Francis welcomes Donald Trump at Vatican despite past disagreements

    US President Donald Trump has arrived in Brussels ahead of Thursday's NATO summit. Before flying in, he met Pope Francis at the Vatican. The two men have clashed in the past, but this meeting was described as 'cordial'.

    Pope Francis welcomes Donald Trump at Vatican despite past disagreements
    Pope Francis welcomes Donald Trump at Vatican despite past disagreements

    US President Donald Trump has arrived in Brussels ahead of Thursday's NATO summit. Before flying in, he met Pope Francis at the Vatican. The two men have clashed in the past, but this meeting was described as 'cordial'.

    02:26May 24, 2017

  • Manchester attack: A city on alert after bombing

    Britain remains on high alert with hundreds of troops on the streets, as police say they're investigating a network linked to the Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi.

    Manchester attack: A city on alert after bombing
  • Myanmar seeks to kickstart fragile peace talks

    Talks to end decades of ethnic conflicts in Myanmar are underway in the capital Naypyidaw. But some groups invited to the negotiations have boycotted the conference.

    Myanmar seeks to kickstart fragile peace talks
  • Armed soldiers deployed across UK streets in wake of Manchester attack

    The British government has deployed of soldiers on the streets of the UK in response to the Manchester bombing. It reflects a growing concern that public gatherings could be targeted by attackers sympathetic to ISIL.

    Armed soldiers deployed across UK streets in wake of Manchester attack
  • Australia cafe siege inquest finds police waited too long

    A coroner's inquest into an attack on a cafe in the Australian city of Sydney has found police waited too long to resolve the situation. Two hostages and the gunman were killed during the Lindt cafe siege more than two years ago.

    Australia cafe siege inquest finds police waited too long
  • Thailand: Deep divisions remain since 2014 military coup

    It has been three years since a military coup deposed Yingluck Shinawatra, who was then prime minister.

     Thailand: Deep divisions remain since 2014 military coup