• US-Taliban truce begins, raising hopes of peace deal

    The first day of a weeklong “reduction in violence” agreement between the Taliban and the United States appears to be largely holding. More than 100,000 civilians have been killed or injured by the war in Afghanistan in the past 10 …..

  • Coronavirus in Europe: Two deaths confirmed in Italy

    A second person in northern Italy has died after catching coronavirus. Doctors there are struggling to contain the spread. Al Jazeera’s Catherine Stancl reports. – Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe – Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish – Find us on …..

  • Thailand’s Future Forward party dissolved

    A popular opposition party in Thailand has been dissolved by the Constitutional Court. Future Forward Party rose to prominence in last year’s election but has since faced several legal challenges which its leaders say are politically motivated. Al Jazeera’s Wayne …..

  • UN warns of ‘bloodbath’ as Syria fighting escalates

    There’s been intense shelling between the opposition and Syrian government forces who are making their push for the last rebel-held area. Russian warplanes have also been bombing the region. The United Nations warned that the humanitarian crisis in Syria will …..

  • Togo: Last-minute campaigning ahead of Saturday’s vote

    Incumbent President Faure Gnassingbe is seeking to win a fourth straight term in office. While the opposition has had difficulty rallying behind a single candidate, voters will decide whether to hold on to the dynasty that has ruled the nation …..

  • Prices of Chinese goods in Pakistan soar

    With many factories still closed in China due to the coronavirus outbreak, its trading partners are feeling the effects. Pakistan imports over $14bn worth of goods from China every year. Dwindling supplies has led to an inflation of prices for …..

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