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The controversial immigration and asylum bill has sparked opposition from rights groups, opposition parties and even members of President Emmanuel Macron's own party.
Leading experts in emerging technologies say cybercrime will grow and drones will be misused in the next decade.
A look at the case of Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein and his continued detention without trial in Egypt.
The Italians, the refugees and the fake wedding party - the innovative plot to help Syrians reach Sweden.
Fewer than 10 elders speak Yakunte, a language native to Kenya's Yaaku people that the UN has classified as 'extinct'.
Some 6,000 Iranians live in Scotland, including those who fled during the revolution, students, refugees, and Scots.
The modification allows semi-automatic weapons to fire like automatic weapons and was used by a gunman who killed 58 Las Vegas concert-goers last year.
Number of Venezuelans fleeing over the border into Colombia to escape a humanitarian crisis at home is rising at an alarming rate.
Fifty-three years after his assassination, Briton who welcomed Malcolm X remembers iconic figure's final foreign trip.
Qatar and Chad have signed a MoU (memorandum of understanding) restoring diplomatic relations.
In part one of the series on North Korean defectors, Al Jazeera speaks to YH Kim who fled his country in 1988.
Alex van der Zwaan, son-in-law of a Ukrainian-Russian oligarch, has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his conversations with an ex-Trump campaign official.
EU membership will help resolve Bosnia's border issues and bring economic prosperity, says Denis Zvizdic.
Palestinian Authority president calls for 'multilateral mechanism' during his speech at United Nations Security Council.
Journalist group compares Philippine president to 'petulant child' and warns that his action is 'anathema to democracy'.
UN children's agency says world is failing newborn babies with 7,000 deaths every day, mostly from preventable causes.
UN warns of 'humanitarian disaster of extraordinary proportions' amid surge of violence in Congo's Tanganyika province.
Government-tied business owners need not worry about closing their bars at midnight after low turnout invalidates vote.
British MPs are questioning Oxfam about the alleged sexual abuse in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake. But others say the problem is wider and deeper than the Haiti incident and involves more aid organisations.
The new Taif TV is focused on content for women, from issues of empowerment to lighter matters.