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Texas gunman warned of massacre on Facebook

The Texas gunman who murdered 19 children and two teachers warned in an online message that he was going to shoot up an elementary school minutes before his rampage, Governor Greg Abbott said on Wednesday, as harrowing details about the attack emerge

The Texas gunman who murdered 19 children and two teachers warned in an online message that he was going to shoot up an elementary school minutes before his rampage, Governor Greg Abbott said on Wednesday, as harrowing details about the attack emerge

Anthony Albanese returns to Australia after first overseas trip

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has returned to Australia after his first overseas trip to Tokyo for the Quad summit.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has returned to Australia after his first overseas trip to Tokyo for the Quad summit.

Depp refutes Heard's claims as 'ludicrous, painful'

Actor Johnny Depp returned to the witness stand on Wednesday to refute his ex-wife Amber Heard's testimony in their multi-million dollar defamation battle, saying the abuse claims she leveled against him were "unimaginably brutal, cruel and false." T

Actor Johnny Depp returned to the witness stand on Wednesday to refute his ex-wife Amber Heard's testimony in their multi-million dollar defamation battle, saying the abuse claims she leveled against him were "unimaginably brutal, cruel and false." T

Yemen faces wheat supply shock

Yemen is searching for new wheat suppliers but will need help to pay for increasingly costly imports, an official and a main importer said. It comes as the World Food Programme warned of cuts to food aid for millions already living on the brink of fa

Yemen is searching for new wheat suppliers but will need help to pay for increasingly costly imports, an official and a main importer said. It comes as the World Food Programme warned of cuts to food aid for millions already living on the brink of fa

Estonia president talks to Al Jazeera about Ukraine war

From the start, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has alarmed countries across eastern Europe, with fears they could be dragg

From the start, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has alarmed countries across eastern Europe, with fears they could be dragg

Latvia president talks to Al Jazeera about Ukraine conflict

Latvia's capital Riga is less than 1,000 kilometres from both Moscow and Kyiv.

Latvia's capital Riga is less than 1,000 kilometres from both Moscow and Kyiv.

Has the world forgotten about the Rohingya?

UNHCR urges more help for a million Rohingya refugees stuck in camps in Bangladesh

UNHCR urges more help for a million Rohingya refugees stuck in camps in Bangladesh

Johnson takes responsibility for lockdown parties

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he took full responsibility for a series of boozy parties at his Downing Street official residence during lockdowns, when COVID rules placed severe curbs on socializing outside the home. Lucy Fielder has more

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he took full responsibility for a series of boozy parties at his Downing Street official residence during lockdowns, when COVID rules placed severe curbs on socializing outside the home. Lucy Fielder has more

War crime victim's widow grapples with loss

Russian soldier Vadim Shishimarin was jailed for life this week for shooting dead Ukrainian Oleksandr Shelipov in the first war crimes trial arising from the invasion. With the trial is over, Shelipov's widow, Kateryna, is trying to come to terms wit

Russian soldier Vadim Shishimarin was jailed for life this week for shooting dead Ukrainian Oleksandr Shelipov in the first war crimes trial arising from the invasion. With the trial is over, Shelipov's widow, Kateryna, is trying to come to terms wit

UK sees staple food prices soar amid growing global crisis

Global food prices have hit an all-time high in recent months.

Global food prices have hit an all-time high in recent months.

Ghana startup changing African cancer research

Yemaachi Biotech, a Ghanaian cancer research and diagnostics startup, wants to expand the world's knowledge of how cancer affects people of African descent. Louisa Naks has more.

Yemaachi Biotech, a Ghanaian cancer research and diagnostics startup, wants to expand the world's knowledge of how cancer affects people of African descent. Louisa Naks has more.

North Korea fires missiles, as Biden leaves Asia

North Korea fired three missiles, including one thought to be its largest intercontinental ballistic missile on Wednesday, after U.S. President Joe Biden ended a trip to Asia.

North Korea fired three missiles, including one thought to be its largest intercontinental ballistic missile on Wednesday, after U.S. President Joe Biden ended a trip to Asia.

Tracking Chinese planes in Taiwan's sensitive skies

Radio enthusiast and former navy radar operator Robin Hsu spends his days monitoring Taiwanese airspace for Chinese incursions, publishing the air traffic recordings online for the public to hear.

Radio enthusiast and former navy radar operator Robin Hsu spends his days monitoring Taiwanese airspace for Chinese incursions, publishing the air traffic recordings online for the public to hear.

Sydney woman found guilty of killing her mother 21 years ago

A Sydney woman been found guilty of murdering her mother more than 20 years ago.

A Sydney woman been found guilty of murdering her mother more than 20 years ago.

It's just sick: Biden's plea for gun control after mass shooting

US President Joe Biden has called for action after a shooting at a Texas primary school killed at least 18 children and three adults.

US President Joe Biden has called for action after a shooting at a Texas primary school killed at least 18 children and three adults.

Albanese and Biden hit it off at Quad summit

US President Joe Biden jokingly pretends to walk out of a meeting with new Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese

US President Joe Biden jokingly pretends to walk out of a meeting with new Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese

Russia is 'using hunger and grain to wield power' -EU

European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday called for talks with Moscow on unlocking wheat exports that are trapped in Ukraine as a result of a Russian sea blockade. This report produced by Tamara Lindstrom.

European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday called for talks with Moscow on unlocking wheat exports that are trapped in Ukraine as a result of a Russian sea blockade. This report produced by Tamara Lindstrom.

Jailed Kremlin foe Navalny lambasts war in Ukraine

A Russian court on Tuesday (May 24) rejected an appeal from Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny against a nine-year prison sentence he is serving for fraud and contempt of court. This report produced by Ilan Rubens.

A Russian court on Tuesday (May 24) rejected an appeal from Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny against a nine-year prison sentence he is serving for fraud and contempt of court. This report produced by Ilan Rubens.

Monkeypox 'containable' with tracing, isolation -WHO

The outbreak of monkeypox cases outside of Africa can be contained, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday, as more governments said they would launch limited vaccinations to combat rising infections of the virus. Lisa Bernhard produced this r

The outbreak of monkeypox cases outside of Africa can be contained, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday, as more governments said they would launch limited vaccinations to combat rising infections of the virus. Lisa Bernhard produced this r

Women in Kenya improving their livelihoods through seaweed farming

Hundreds of women on Kenya’s south coast have introduced a new and sustainable business – seaweed farming.

Hundreds of women on Kenya’s south coast have introduced a new and sustainable business – seaweed farming.

Pakistan drought leaves farmers desperate for water

In southern Pakistan, farmers warn that a severe drought is damaging crops.

In southern Pakistan, farmers warn that a severe drought is damaging crops.

Refugees decry Title 42 as ‘absurd excuse’ as it stays in place

The COVID-linked provision has allowed the US to carry out nearly 2 million expulsions since March 2020.

The COVID-linked provision has allowed the US to carry out nearly 2 million expulsions since March 2020.

Palestinian-American student snubs Blinken at graduation ceremony

A Palestinian-American student snubs the hand of Blinken during her graduation ceremony from Georgetown University in DC

A Palestinian-American student snubs the hand of Blinken during her graduation ceremony from Georgetown University in DC

Ukraine war: Kyiv residents attempt to return to normal

Street life is returning to Kyiv; cafes are open and park benches are no longer empty.

Street life is returning to Kyiv; cafes are open and park benches are no longer empty.

UN: More than 100 million people forcibly displaced in the world

The figure combines refugees, asylum-seekers, and nearly 60 million people displaced inside their own countries.

The figure combines refugees, asylum-seekers, and nearly 60 million people displaced inside their own countries.

Uganda detains opposition politician urging protests over prices

Ugandan opposition politician Kizza Besigye has been detained while protesting against high food and fuel prices.

Ugandan opposition politician Kizza Besigye has been detained while protesting against high food and fuel prices.

US student snubs Blinken in protest over Abu Akleh killing

A group of students stages a protest in honour of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh at a US graduation ceremony.

A group of students stages a protest in honour of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh at a US graduation ceremony.

Iraq blanketed by ninth sandstorm since April

Iraq closed public buildings and temporarily shut down airports on Monday as another sandstorm - the ninth since mid-Apr

Iraq closed public buildings and temporarily shut down airports on Monday as another sandstorm - the ninth since mid-Apr

New York City removes its last public payphone

New York City has removed its last public payphone, which was located on 7th Avenue, marking the end of an era for the city.

New York City has removed its last public payphone, which was located on 7th Avenue, marking the end of an era for the city.

Denmark, Scotland detect first monkeypox virus cases

Denmark isolates its first monkeypox patient as Scotland becomes the second part of the UK to detect the virus.

Denmark isolates its first monkeypox patient as Scotland becomes the second part of the UK to detect the virus.

Migrants at U.S. border despair over asylum rule

The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden said it would appeal the decision of a Louisiana judge that upended its plans to end a COVID-era health order blocking most asylum seekers and other migrants at the border with Mexico. This report produc

The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden said it would appeal the decision of a Louisiana judge that upended its plans to end a COVID-era health order blocking most asylum seekers and other migrants at the border with Mexico. This report produc

Kharkiv metro to reopen as Donbas battle intensifies

Exactly three months after Russian forces invaded Ukraine, the metro system in the city of Kharkiv - where thousands of residents have been sheltering - was expected to reopen on Tuesday (May 24). Some of its inhabitants say it is too soon, as Russia

Exactly three months after Russian forces invaded Ukraine, the metro system in the city of Kharkiv - where thousands of residents have been sheltering - was expected to reopen on Tuesday (May 24). Some of its inhabitants say it is too soon, as Russia

What does the future of the Commonwealth look like?

As Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 70th year on the throne, there are questions about whether the Commonwealth of Nations, which she was instrumental in creating and remains one of her proudest achievements, has a future when her reign is over.

As Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 70th year on the throne, there are questions about whether the Commonwealth of Nations, which she was instrumental in creating and remains one of her proudest achievements, has a future when her reign is over.

Davos booster for $18 billion health fund

A global health fund has raised a third of the $18 billion it says is needed to reverse setbacks caused by the coronavirus pandemic and combat AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, with the latest boost coming from funding announced at this year's Davos me

A global health fund has raised a third of the $18 billion it says is needed to reverse setbacks caused by the coronavirus pandemic and combat AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, with the latest boost coming from funding announced at this year's Davos me

Quad countries share Ukraine concerns at talks

Leaders of the Quad grouping of countries, including India's Narendra Modi, shared concerns over the situation in Ukraine at their meeting in Tokyo, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Tuesday (May 24).

Leaders of the Quad grouping of countries, including India's Narendra Modi, shared concerns over the situation in Ukraine at their meeting in Tokyo, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Tuesday (May 24).

Fresh photos of UK PM drinking reignite 'Partygate'

New photographs of Prime Minister Boris Johnson drinking at a leaving party at his Downing Street residence have been published, reigniting opposition accusations that he breached his own COVID-19 lockdown rules.

New photographs of Prime Minister Boris Johnson drinking at a leaving party at his Downing Street residence have been published, reigniting opposition accusations that he breached his own COVID-19 lockdown rules.

Australian PM affirms commitment to Quad, climate action in Tokyo

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has used his post-Quad speech to outline plans to deliver both continuity and change from the previous Morrison government.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has used his post-Quad speech to outline plans to deliver both continuity and change from the previous Morrison government.

Dead sperm whale washes ashore in Philippines

A dead sperm whale has washed ashore in the Philippines, the latest in a string of unexplained whale deaths.

A dead sperm whale has washed ashore in the Philippines, the latest in a string of unexplained whale deaths.

Mariupol's human toll: 'He was my only son'

Among makeshift wooden crosses and rows of freshly dug graves, a mother mourns a son killed in the brutal siege in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

Among makeshift wooden crosses and rows of freshly dug graves, a mother mourns a son killed in the brutal siege in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

Sanctions over Ukraine thwart Russians' travel plans

Russians are rethinking their summer travel plans abroad amid rising prices and fears of growing anti-Russian sentiment. This report produced by Jonah Green.

Russians are rethinking their summer travel plans abroad amid rising prices and fears of growing anti-Russian sentiment. This report produced by Jonah Green.

Ukraine's president pleads to World Economic Forum for help

The conflict in Ukraine dominated day one of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

The conflict in Ukraine dominated day one of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Indonesia resumes palm oil exports after three-week ban

Indonesia is resuming palm oil exports, ending a three-week ban.

Indonesia is resuming palm oil exports, ending a three-week ban.

Brazil's 'Little Ukraine': Refugees find home in Prudentopolis

As the war in Ukraine drags on, refugees are finding solace in the most unexpected places.

As the war in Ukraine drags on, refugees are finding solace in the most unexpected places.

'Unifying force': Qatar Emir addresses hosting of FIFA World Cup

Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani is at the World Economic Forum in Davos, speaking about this year's FIFA Wo

Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani is at the World Economic Forum in Davos, speaking about this year's FIFA Wo

China warns US over Taiwan

He spoke in Tokyo - on an Asia trip he hopes will firm up relations with allies.

He spoke in Tokyo - on an Asia trip he hopes will firm up relations with allies.

Monkeypox virus outbreak: What’s happening?

Here’s what we know about the virus.

Here’s what we know about the virus.

Colombia’s election: massive rallies mark campaign end

Presidential candidates in Colombia make their final pitch to voters ahead of next week's election.

Presidential candidates in Colombia make their final pitch to voters ahead of next week's election.

Libya's “desert pearl" awaits border reopening with Algeria

Calls for an Algerian border crossing to reopen - that could provide an economic boost to Ghadames

Calls for an Algerian border crossing to reopen - that could provide an economic boost to Ghadames

Cannes: Ukrainian filmmakers highlight plight of home country

At Cannes film festival, the red carpet has been rolled out for Ukraine’s fledgling film industry

At Cannes film festival, the red carpet has been rolled out for Ukraine’s fledgling film industry

Afghan women TV presenters forced to cover faces

Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers now require female TV news presenters to cover their faces.

Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers now require female TV news presenters to cover their faces.

Russian soldier jailed for life for war crimes

A Ukrainian court sentenced a Russian soldier to life in prison on Monday (May 23) for killing an unarmed civilian in the first war crimes trial arising from Russia's invasion.

A Ukrainian court sentenced a Russian soldier to life in prison on Monday (May 23) for killing an unarmed civilian in the first war crimes trial arising from Russia's invasion.

Sri Lanka medicine shortage a death sentence - doctors

A shortage of medicine caused by an economic crisis in Sri Lanka could soon cause deaths, doctors said, as hospitals are forced to postpone life-saving procedures for their patients because they do not have the necessary drugs.

A shortage of medicine caused by an economic crisis in Sri Lanka could soon cause deaths, doctors said, as hospitals are forced to postpone life-saving procedures for their patients because they do not have the necessary drugs.

Biden willing to use force to defend Taiwan

U.S. President Joe Biden said on Monday (May 23) he would be willing to use force to defend Taiwan, capping a series of critical comments about China while in Asia that an aide said represented no change in U.S. policy toward the self-ruled island.

U.S. President Joe Biden said on Monday (May 23) he would be willing to use force to defend Taiwan, capping a series of critical comments about China while in Asia that an aide said represented no change in U.S. policy toward the self-ruled island.

Woman who lost her home in floods living in Scott Morrison's house

A woman who lost her home in the floods had been living at the former prime minister's house in the Shire.

A woman who lost her home in the floods had been living at the former prime minister's house in the Shire.

Child dies hours after leaving Queensland hospital

A six-year-old boy has lost his life just hours after being discharged from a Queensland emergency room, leaving his parents searching for answers.

A six-year-old boy has lost his life just hours after being discharged from a Queensland emergency room, leaving his parents searching for answers.

Could Australia follow Spain by introducing national menstrual leave?

There's calls for more Australian businesses to offer menstrual leave, with Spain on track to become the first country in Europe to legislate for paid time away from work.

There's calls for more Australian businesses to offer menstrual leave, with Spain on track to become the first country in Europe to legislate for paid time away from work.

Lynette Dawson had bruises before disappearance, court hears

Lynette Dawson had bruises on her neck days before her disappearance, her husband's murder trial has heard.

Lynette Dawson had bruises on her neck days before her disappearance, her husband's murder trial has heard.

Anthony Albanese sworn in as prime minister

Anthony Albanese has been sworn in as the 31st prime minister of Australia.

Anthony Albanese has been sworn in as the 31st prime minister of Australia.

Australia's Albanese off to Quad after swearing in

Australia's Labor Party leader, Anthony Albanese, was sworn in as the country's 31st prime minister on Monday, promising a "journey of change" as he vowed to tackle climate change, rising living costs and inequality.

Australia's Labor Party leader, Anthony Albanese, was sworn in as the country's 31st prime minister on Monday, promising a "journey of change" as he vowed to tackle climate change, rising living costs and inequality.

New Australian PM tells off impatient reporter

Anthony Albanese told off an impatient reporter off during his first press conference as Australia's prime minister.

Anthony Albanese told off an impatient reporter off during his first press conference as Australia's prime minister.

Anthony Albanese’s first press conference as Prime Minister

Anthony Albanese has held his first press conference as Prime Minister ahead of the Quad leaders’ Summit in Japan.

Anthony Albanese has held his first press conference as Prime Minister ahead of the Quad leaders’ Summit in Japan.

US to fly in baby formula on military contracted jets

First shipment of baby formula shipment is being transferred from a US Air Force base in Germany.

First shipment of baby formula shipment is being transferred from a US Air Force base in Germany.

Nearly two million displaced in India's Assam floods

Heavy floods have devastated parts of South Asia.

Heavy floods have devastated parts of South Asia.

Mexico musicians revive folk festival after two-year pause

Musicians in Mexico have revived a festival, paused for two years by the COVID pandemic.

Musicians in Mexico have revived a festival, paused for two years by the COVID pandemic.

Opposition candidates lead polls ahead of Bangkok election

People in the Thai capital Bangkok are voting for a new governor, six years after the military seized control of the off

People in the Thai capital Bangkok are voting for a new governor, six years after the military seized control of the off

Biden's South Korea visit: Security, economy discussed

US President Joe Biden has arrived in Japan after a three-day visit to South Korea.

US President Joe Biden has arrived in Japan after a three-day visit to South Korea.

Spain faces record-breaking heatwaves

Parts of Spain are experiencing record-breaking temperatures. Some of the hardest-hit areas have reached more than 40 d

Parts of Spain are experiencing record-breaking temperatures. Some of the hardest-hit areas have reached more than 40 d

Australia PM-elect promises action on climate change

Australia's Prime Minister-elect is heading straight to work in Tokyo shortly after he's sworn in on Monday.

Australia's Prime Minister-elect is heading straight to work in Tokyo shortly after he's sworn in on Monday.

Kenya inflation: Cost of living crisis inflames civil unrest risk

Businesses forced to close and markets empty as inflation and drought combine to drag down Kenya's economy.

Businesses forced to close and markets empty as inflation and drought combine to drag down Kenya's economy.

Textile hub Bangladesh revives muslin, the forgotten elite fabric

Flowing garments woven from the cloth were worn by Mughal rulers before the fabric enchanted European aristocrats.

Flowing garments woven from the cloth were worn by Mughal rulers before the fabric enchanted European aristocrats.

Devastating floods hit India, Bangladesh

“The entire place looks like an ocean.”

“The entire place looks like an ocean.”

Millions stranded as flooding causes havoc in Bangladesh, India

Nearly 60 people killed and about three million people affected by flooding in Bangladesh and India.

Nearly 60 people killed and about three million people affected by flooding in Bangladesh and India.

Wimbledon: How Russia’s war on Ukraine will affect world tennis

Both ATP and WTA will not award ranking points to Wimbledon players.

Both ATP and WTA will not award ranking points to Wimbledon players.

Ukraine rejects concessions as Russians attack Donbas

Ukraine ruled out a ceasefire or any territorial concessions to Moscow as Russia stepped up its attack in the eastern and southern parts of the country, pounding the Donbas and Mykolaiv regions with air strikes and artillery fire. This report produce

Ukraine ruled out a ceasefire or any territorial concessions to Moscow as Russia stepped up its attack in the eastern and southern parts of the country, pounding the Donbas and Mykolaiv regions with air strikes and artillery fire. This report produce

Biden takes selfie with U.S. troops in South Korea

U.S. President Joe Biden on Sunday (May 22) visited the U.S. military base in Pyeongtaek, before departing for Japan. He was seen eating ice cream, taking a selfie with a U.S. soldier, and interacting with people at a bowling alley at the Osan Air Ba

U.S. President Joe Biden on Sunday (May 22) visited the U.S. military base in Pyeongtaek, before departing for Japan. He was seen eating ice cream, taking a selfie with a U.S. soldier, and interacting with people at a bowling alley at the Osan Air Ba

‘Renewable energy superpower’: Australia votes for climate action

“Together, we can end the climate wars.”

“Together, we can end the climate wars.”

Taliban orders female TV presenters to veil faces

Taliban officials in Afghanistan have ordered female TV presenters to cover their faces while on air.

Taliban officials in Afghanistan have ordered female TV presenters to cover their faces while on air.

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