Al Jazeera Media Network
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Thousands of fighters and relatives depart for opposition-held areas after two out of three rebel groups surrender.
At least 13 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance in the Democratic Republic of Congo, says the UN.
A look at the Facebook data breach scandal and how our information is being bought and sold without us knowing.
Despite the US exit from the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership, the 11 other signatories are moving on with a new deal.
High court prohibits electoral commission from proceeding with March 27 vote amid claims of fraud and police harassment.
The commission's report said that nearly 48,000 foreigners â€“ mostly Bidoons - received passports.
EgyptAir will fly three flights a week to Erbil as of April 13.
Turkey's economy experienced a strong growth upturn in 2017.
'No one seriously believes that the city needs such a symbol.'
Madridâ€™s legal action against Puigdemont is an 'attack on the heart of democracy'.
Israel's national carrier to take fight for access to Saudi airspace to court after commencement of Air India flight.
Iraqi filmmakers say they will try and persuade local audiences to watch domestic productions.
Turkish foreign undersecretary also set to visit Washington, perhaps next week, as part of bilateral working groups.
Children of those in charge of the crackdown during the so-called "dirty war" of the 1970s want to give evidence against their parents to find out exactly what happened.
The announcement comes as thousands of people take part in the March For Our Lives protests, calling for gun control.
Fears grow over rally by Football Lads Alliance in Birmingham, with threatening posts uncovered on Facebook page.
Adoptees in Kampala are unfazed by bitcoin's price collapse in December.
Authorities threatened Times of London journalist, Bel Trew, with a military trial before deporting her, newspaper says.
Many Iranians say they won't miss the deal if it is scrapped.
While Brasilia faces a water shortage, the city is turning to its past and planting the seeds of plants that used help with water retention in the region.