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The poor die from COVID while the rich get richer, Oxfam warns

Vaccine divide is costing lives and supercharging inequalities worldwide, a new report warns. → Read More

Brace yourself for an even more unequal post-pandemic world: WEF

The world, laden with COVID-19 scars, is ill-prepared to take on growing existential threats, a new report warns. → Read More

Helping hand: Israeli forces in the service of Jewish settlers

Palestinians in Urif village fear for their lives as attacks by illegal Jewish settlers surge and Israeli troops assist. → Read More

Israel’s killing of Palestinian children

Eleven children were killed in the Israeli-occupied West Bank this year as well as 67 in the May attack on Gaza. → Read More

Debt and trauma as Israel destroys Palestinian homes, businesses

Hundreds of Palestinian struggle to see a future as Israel demolishes homes and businesses in occupied territories. → Read More

‘Bullets and batons’: Palestinian Authority beats back dissent

Palestinian activists are regularly arrested and beaten by the PA in the West Bank, Human Rights Watch says. → Read More

Palestinian medics on the front line fighting to save lives

Israeli forces and settlers are targeting Palestinian protesters – and the medics trying to rescue them. → Read More

‘No longer afraid’: Palestinians vow to fight Jerusalem evictions

At least 218 Palestinian households in East Jerusalem have cases against them, putting 970 people at risk of expulsion. → Read More

IMF urges action as recovery loses steam and COVID-19 surges

New vaccines offer hope, but global economic recovery remains difficult, the IMF warns before the G20 summit. → Read More

Live results: US Election Day 2020

Minute-by-minute, state-by-state breakdown of the 2020 US presidential and senate results → Read More

Jordan enters 48-hour nationwide coronavirus lockdown

The gov’t orders 48-hour curfew which will apply every weekend following an ‘exponential’ rise in the number of cases. → Read More

Nations Divided: Mapping Canada's pipeline battle

Al Jazeera travelled more than 2,000km to speak with Indigenous land defenders, community leaders, legal experts, and proponents of the project along the Trans Mountain pipeline route. → Read More

Oman's Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said dies at 79

A successor has not yet been named to replace the Gulf leader who presided over rapid development fuelled by oil wealth. → Read More

In Pictures: Meet the rescuers from across the world racing to save refugees from a "sea of blood"

Difficult conditions at sea and being called 'criminal' does not deter rescuers and medics from saving refugees and migrants trying to reach Europe. → Read More

How has my country voted at the UN?

We analysed 6,112 roll-call votes from the UN General Assembly from 1946 to 2018. Explore the biggest issues facing the planet and see how they have evolved. → Read More

Interactive: Plundering Cambodia's forests

Meet the man on a mission to take down Cambodia's timber tycoons and expose a rampant illegal cross-border trade. → Read More

Lost childhoods: Nigeria’s fear of 'witchcraft' ruins young lives

Many Pentecostal churches in the Niger Delta offer to deliver people from witchcraft and possession - albeit for a fee. → Read More

Tanauan: Stronger than the Storm

The Philippines’ Typhoon Haiyan was the strongest storm to make landfall ever recorded. This is the story of a small town’s five-year road to recovery, told through the eyes of its survivors. This is Tanauan. → Read More

Who are the new leaders of the American people?

Find out how diverse the United States' leadership really is following the 2018 midterm elections. → Read More

The Caliph

From foundation and evolution to dispute and division. The story of over 1,300 years of succession and leadership. → Read More