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Pakistan's ailing ex-PM Sharif flown to London for treatment.

Nawaz Sharif reportedly 'fighting for his life' flown in air ambulance to London after he was bailed on medical ground.

Hope, uncertainty as Ethiopia's Sidama gear up for statehood vote.

After long-running campaign, Sidama people to vote in referendum on whether to form autonomous regional state.

Qatari film festival pulls in younger generations

Some 96 films from 3 countries will be shown at the seventh Ajyal Film Festival festival on November 18-24.

In desert dunes, electro fans rave about Tunisia tourism.

Desert music festival enjoys boisterous revival after three-year silence ushered in by spate of deadly attacks.

Rohingya crisis through the eyes of Al Jazeera's journalists.

Al Jazeera's correspondents reflect on stories they heard while they visited the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh.

Dress Princess Diana wore when dancing with Travolta up for sale.

A midnight blue velvet gown worn by Princess Diana has been put up for auction.

Indian soldiers killed after avalanche hits Siachen Glacier.

At least four soldiers and two civilians killed after an avalanche hit a patrol team at the world's highest battlefield.

Trump and the Palestinians: A timeline

From recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital to softening its position on settlements, a list of US moves under Trump.

Senegal inaugurates largest mosque in West Africa

Mouride Brotherhood raises $50m to build mosque in a country where nearly half of the population lives on $2 a day.

US impeachment inquiry: Trump considers testifying in person.

President Trump says he is considering testifying in person over impeachment inquiry into withholding of Ukraine aid.

The story of Dr Meir Margalit

Meir Margalit, Israeli settler and soldier turned human rights activist, speaks to Al Jazeera.

Taliban commanders 'land in Qatar' as part of prisoner swap move.

Afghan gov't releases three commanders in exchange for release of US, Australian citizens held by group, sources say.

Israel says intercepts rockets fired from Syria

The four rockets were fired early on Tuesday setting off sirens in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

US, S Korea defence talks collapse amid backlash over bill demand.

Negotiators left table after just one hour as South Korea faces backlash over US demand for more money for troops.

Hong Kong protesters hunker down as police cordon off campus.

About 100 people are thought to be holding out after night of confrontations between protesters and police.

China says only it can rule on HK constitution after mask ruling.

Legislature condemns High Court decision to overturn law banning use of face masks amid escalating protests in city.

Sydney shrouded in hazardous smog from raging bushfires.

High winds blow smoke across city sending pollution to 'hazardous' levels as temperatures rise again.

'We'll be back': Evo Morales on Bolivia unrest and resignation.

The former president of Bolivia discusses his resignation, his country's political crisis, and his plans for the future.

'Bonds of friendship': Pope Francis heads to Thailand and Japan.

Pope to visit two largely Buddhist nations to strengthen ties and reiterate call for elimination of nuclear weapons.

One month on: Protests in Chile persist despite gov't concessions.

Chileans vow to continue in the streets until the gov't meets demands for systemic change, improved social conditions.

Bronte manuscript sells for 780,000 euros at Paris auction.

Written when the author was 14, the book will now be retutned to a musuem in her hometown of Haworth, West Yorkshire.

The Truth in Numbers: Redefining Data Journalism Through Art.

Journalist Mona Chalabi uses hand-drawn sketches to break down complex data and challenge mainstream misconceptions.

Palestinians slam US policy reversal on Israeli settlements.

US says it no longer considers Israeli settlements illegal, drawing sharp criticism from Palestinians, rights groups.

US House exploring if Trump lied in Mueller investigation: Report.

Legislators are examining if Trump's written answers to federal investigators were untruthful, a House lawyer said.

Return of the ring: Stolen Oscar Wilde friendship band recovered.

Writer's ring was stolen in 2002 by cleaner Eamonn Andrews, who sold it for less than $200.

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