Al Jazeera Media Network
Updated: 2 hours 36 min ago
A photo roundup of some of last week's events, including a plane crash in Cuba and protests in Gaza.
Attack on Thessaloniki Mayor Yiannis Boutaris comes amid a spike in far-right violence across Greece.
A familiar name is attempting a political comeback in Indonesia.
New Delhi court says sensitive information was passed to Pakistan by low-level embassy staffer in Islamabad.
The Catholic Church is still an intrinsic part of Chilean society, and believers keep coming to church, but now theyâ€™re demanding change right from the top.
A week of thundery downpours swell waterways to bursting point along the Mid-Atlantic States.
Khartoum appears to have been angered by the idea that Egyptian armed groups would find refuge in Sudan.
A giant hydroelectric project that is under construction upriver is threatened by a possible wall collapse.
Turkey's president turns to Bosnia for votes, after EU countries banned Turkey from campaigning among its diaspora.
Release comes after request by Ethiopian prime minister during official visit to Riyadh, Ethiopian media reports.
Emissary George Nader offered Trump the help of Saudi Arabia and the UAE to win 2016 presidential election, report says.
In the midst of the continuing economic crisis, hungry Venezuelans have to decide whether they will vote in the elections or not.
Hundreds of schools closed in the western Farah province as Taliban attacks continue across the country.
Three survivors pulled from wreckage remain in critical condition as investigation into disaster's cause continues.
The US government is seeking a global coalition to counter what it calls Iran's 'destabilising activities'.
Beijing's a move is likely to fuel further concerns about its intentions in the disputed waters.
Republicans from across Europe meet in London to call for an end to monarchy amid royal wedding celebrations in the UK.
Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza is seeking a constitutional amendment allowing him to rule until 2034.
From South Africa to Palestine to the US, there is a systematic attempt to whitewash the crimes of white supremacy.
Kashmiris react with disbelief to Modi's speech, saying India is failing to solve the region's serious political issue.