Al Jazeera Media Network
Updated: 25 min 29 sec ago
Zimbabwe's president vows to preside over ruling party's congress next month despite being sacked as ZANU-PF leader.
Arab foreign ministers meet in Cairo to condemn Iran's alleged meddling and support for militias in the region.
Palestinian leaders have threatened to end all communication with the US government over PLO office closure.
After President Robert Mugabe defies calls to resign in anticipated speech, many take to Twitter to express their views.
Scavengers as young as eight-years old eek out a living in unimaginable conditions at the Tibar landfill near Dili.
Students will counterprotest a rally by neo-Nazis at the University of North Florida on Monday.
At least 15 women killed in a stampede in west Morocco while gathering to receive food aid.
A medicane forms in the Ionian Sea and leaves at least 19 people dead Greece.
Alex Magaisa says developments show 'what Mugabe believed to be popular support was facade created' by ZANU-PF members.
Indonesians on Philippine island of Balut receive birth certificates for the first time, ending decades of legal limbo.
Days after a surprise military takeover, ZANU-PF gives embattled president Monday ultimatum and sacks him as its leader.
November 19 marks World Toilet Day and aims to raise awareness about health problems caused by poor sanitation.
Examining the media coverage of Saudi Arabia's purge and Saad Hariri's resignation as Lebanese prime minister.
Former UK foreign secretary suggested his willingness to talk to Palestinian faction led to his sacking in 2006.
Apart from being disastrous for Palestine, normalising relations with Israel could get Saudi Arabia in real trouble.
At Saudi Arabia's request, Arab foreign ministers are holding an emergency meeting in Cairo.
Zanu-PF members vote to fire President Robert Mugabe as party leader, less than one week after military takeover.
Bloc accuses Turkey of 'departing from EU's democratic standards', in what Ankara calls unfair treatment.
Students at LSE and Oxford strip Burmese Nobel Peace Prize winner of honours over her alleged inaction over atrocities.
Summit aims to review political progress and humanitarian aid access, Turkish source says.