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Liz Truss to become UK's next PM after winning Conservative race

After weeks of an often bad-tempered and divisive party leadership contest that pitted Truss against Rishi Sunak,.
By Al Jazeera Sep. 5, 2022

Feature: Analysts predict gloom, doom for Zim in 2023

Ahead of the crunch 2023 presidential elections, proposed currency reforms by the incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration have already been put on hold.
By Al Jazeera Jan. 3, 2023

Six Peruvian soldiers drown trying to flee protesters

Five other soldiers were also suffering hypothermia following attempts to cross the river, the ministry added.
By Al Jazeera Mar. 7, 2023

Qatar names new PM after resignation of Sheikh Khalid

Sheikh Khalid was appointed PM in January 2020 after having been head of the Amiri Diwan, the emir’s office.
By Al Jazeera Mar. 7, 2023

Belarusian opposition leader handed 15-year prison term

She and the opposition said at the time that the results had been doctored to hand victory to Lukashenko. Anger at the official results triggered widescale protests.
By Al Jazeera Mar. 7, 2023

Kenya’s Raila Odinga suspends anti-government protests

The opposition has been pushing for reforms to the electoral commission, including stronger assurances that the president cannot pack the body with supporters.
By Al Jazeera Apr. 3, 2023

UK police under fire for arresting French publisher

France has been rocked by a wave of protests in recent months as President Emmanuel Macron pursued a widely unpopular bill which raises the retirement age by two years.
By Al Jazeera Apr. 19, 2023

Feature: Who is Angel, the Zim ambassador involved in gold smuggling?

“You want gold, gold we can do it right now, we can make the call right now, and it’s done,” Angel told Al Jazeera’s reporters
By Al Jazeera Apr. 20, 2023

Twitter starts removing blue tick mark from non-paying users

Elon Musk launched Twitter Blue last year after buying the social media platform for $44bn, introducing an $8 monthly charge for the blue tick as well as a number of other features.
By Al Jazeera Apr. 21, 2023

Google, Meta threaten to limit services in Canada over news bill

Meta would also end the availability of news content in Canada if the bill is passed as currently drafted, said Rachel Curran, the company’s head of public policy in Canada.
By Al Jazeera May. 4, 2023

Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan arrested outside Islamabad court

Fawad Chaudhry of Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party confirmed the arrest in a tweet on Tuesday.
By Al Jazeera May. 9, 2023

Harvard students blame ‘apartheid regime’ for Israel-Gaza war, alumni react

Prominent Harvard University alumni on Monday denounced the pro-Palestinian statement and urged the university to take action against the signatories.
By Al Jazeera Oct. 10, 2023

Feature: ‘Life is hell’: Zim flood survivors lament loss of land, livelihoods

Climate change-induced droughts and events like 2019’s Cyclone Idai worsened things, leaving villagers at risk of starvation and in need of alternative water sources.
By Al Jazeera Feb. 2, 2024

Zim nurses seek better conditions abroad but fear for patients at home

For Zimbabweans who saw people like Mafukidze as heroes, their departures are seen as a great loss.
By Al Jazeera Feb. 11, 2024

More than 100 inmates escape from Nigeria prison after heavy rains

The prison service and other agencies managed to recapture 10 of the escaped inmates. “We are in hot chase to recapture the rest,” Duza said.
By Al Jazeera Apr. 26, 2024

ICJ orders Israel to halt its offensive on Rafah, Gaza in new ruling

Reporting from The Hague, in the Netherlands, Al Jazeera’s Step Vaessen said that 13 of the 15 ICJ judges agreed to call on Israel to halt its assault.
By Al Jazeera May. 24, 2024

‘Julian Assange is free’, video shows WikiLeaks founder leaving UK

The plane carrying Assange landed in Bangkok on Tuesday to refuel before flying the WikiLeaks founder to the US territory.
By Al Jazeera Jun. 25, 2024