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Here’s a quick look at Al Jazeera’s Middle East coverage this week.
Parade in Canadian city depicts the 1984 assassination of Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards.
Harry, who has a troubled history with the British press, claims journalists used intrusive and unlawful tactics.
Cyclonic storm Biparjoy in the Arabian Sea delays arrival of the monsoon, the lifeblood of India's $3 trillion economy.
Superheated streams of gas, debris and rocks have cascaded down Mayon's slopes.
South Africa is struggling to provide for its people and fulfil its longstanding commitments to its neighbours.
Al-Mayqoma orphanage’s evacuation in Khartoum took time because it required security guarantees from warring parties.
Hungary's anti-migrant leader prompts alarm in Brussels and neighbouring countries by releasing 777 people smugglers.
Fighting in Sudan has picked up since a shaky 12-day ceasefire between the army and the RSF formally expired on June 3.
The Ukrainian president paints a bleak picture of destruction and says Russian forces are shooting at rescuers.
Suspect stabbed several people, including young children, in Annecy, before being arrested.
Smoke from Canadian wildfires poured into the US East Coast and Midwest triggering air quality alerts.
Residents are trapped in the Sudanese capital as fighting rages around a fuel depot and arms manufacturing site.
The medic who performed surgery on Pope Francis says the 86-year-old is recovering and 'doesn't have other illnesses'.
In the wake of unprecedented political turbulence, what does Anwar Ibrahim’s long-awaited rise mean for Malaysians?
Symbols such as swastikas, SS insignia will be banned in Australia with up to 12 months in prison for offenders.
Frequent power cuts due to fuel shortages worsen misery as searing heat forces schools to close and disrupts lives.
International law is clear, but sadly, so is a 500-year-old history of dam explosions as acts of war by all powers.
Zubeida lives in a village, works for families who live abroad and cleans their vacant homes, where birds come to nest.
The latest decision - from Fukuoka court - says not allowing same-sex marriage is an 'unconstitutional situation'.
Star duo are the first teammates in Finals history to post 30-point triple-doubles each in the same game.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim pledge to jointly fight EU's palm oil ban.
Female crocodile lived in isolation for some 16 years at Costa Rica zoo before producing egg with fully-formed fetus.
Hundreds of Afghan students are unable to resume their studies as India stopped issuing visas after Taliban takeover.