Thousands of Syrian refugees lose shelter amid harsh winter

More than 3,000 Syrians living in Idlib’s refugee camps have lost their shelter after days of torrential rain and snow. Although some have left their camps, many families have no…

Europe seeks to compete with Asia in electric vehicles

The demand for electric vehicles is booming worldwide. Governments in Europe are making plans to phase out fuel-burning cars. But there are warnings the continent’s economy risks falling behind if…

New US President Joe Biden inherits US-Iran tensions

On the campaign trail, US President Joe Biden made it clear his formal plan for dealing with Iran would start with the simple step of rejoining the nuclear deal. But…

US President Biden signs order to rejoin Paris climate accord

On his first day in the White House, President Joe Biden has signed a stack of executive orders to undo Trump-era policies. One of those first executive orders Biden signed…

Two Afghan female judges shot dead in Kabul ambush

Two female Afghan judges have been shot dead in Kabul, after gunmen targeted their car when they were on their way to work. The attack was the latest in a…

Laschet succeeds Merkel as German CDU party leader

Armin Laschet is expected to continue Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition politics, as his path to becoming chancellor is all but certain, with nine months left until general elections. Al Jazeera’s…

Remembering the Arab Spring: Tunisia

We look at the Arab Spring through the eyes of some of the people who lived through it. In episode 1 of this special series, @MathlouthiEmel (Emel Mathlouthi) remembers the…

Indonesia begins vaccine roll-out for 180 million

Indonesia has begun administering the Chinese-made vaccine, known as CoronaVac, this week, as part of a mass COVID-19 inoculation effort. It plans to vaccinate more than 180 million people by…

A group of scientists use TikTok to tackle vaccine misinformation

A growing number of scientists and medical experts are turning to social media platform TikTok, to tackle misinformation about coronavirus vaccines. Al Jazeera’s Charlie Angela spoke to some of them.…

Cambodia resumes mass trial of government opponents

A court in Cambodia has resumed a mass trial of more than 60 opponents of the government. Most have been charged with treason for taking part in non-violent political activities.…