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Nepal has deployed soldiers and helicopters after rivers burst their banks after three days of monsoon rains washed away homes in Sindhupalchok district.
Spacecraft lifted off about 01:22 GMT on Thursday from northwest China further boosting the country’s space programme to rival the US.
The South Korean island of Jeju is to start testing radiation levels in local marine life, ahead of Japan’s controversial release of contaminated water into the ocean.
Hong Kong's largest pro-democracy newspaper has warned the city's press freedom is ‘hanging by a thread’, after five of its executives were arrested under Beijing's national security law.
The trial, which aims to recruit thousands of participants, will look at several different COVID-19 shots - some of which are already approved by regulators, while others are still in development.
Al Jazeera will hear how the long wait to get Israeli approval for a Palestinian ID is dividing people from their families, some for more than two decades.
A high cost of living - Al Jazeera look at the worries for people in Iran, a day out from the vote for a new president.
Digging for diamonds - Thousands flock to a tiny village in South Africa hoping to cash in..after unidentified stones are discovered.
The defence ministry says two men drove a Toyota truck onto a military base in the city of Cucuta, near the border with Venezuela.
Return of former president is seen as a test for the country and a population that still has the 2011 bloody conflict fresh in memory.
Joe Biden wrapped up his first international trip as president with a meeting with Russian President Putin in Geneva. Biden's trip included the G7 Summit in the UK,and a NATO summit in Brussels.
Conservative candidate and former nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili is the latest to bow out in support of frontrunner Ebrahim Raisi.
Death of 24-year-old man highlights plight of former rebels-turned-government employees who have not been paid for more than two years.
White nationalists pose the greatest threat, says the Justice Department which may recommend passage of ‘domestic terror’ law.
Senegal's armed forces celebrate a small victory in their fight against MFDC rebel bases and camps in the southern Casamance region.
Seventeen Palestinians arrested as far-right Israeli settler groups marched through occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City.
Fatou Bensouda says there is a basis to believe ‘the crime against humanity of murder’ was committed in government’s drug crackdown.
Rights group calls for a probe into the UN sharing data about more than 800,000 refugees with Bangladesh, which passed it on to Myanmar.