Ethiopia declares nationwide state of emergency

Ethiopia declares nationwide state of emergency

Ethiopia’s council of ministers has declared a nationwide state of emergency effective immediately, according to state-affiliated media. “The state of emergency is aimed to protect civilians from atrocities being committed by the terrorist TPLF group in several parts of the…

Al Jazeera Media Network's 25th Anniversary | Inside Story

Al Jazeera Media Network’s 25th Anniversary | Inside Story

For twenty five years – a beacon of balanced and uncompromising journalism in the Middle East, with a bold goal to be the voice of the voiceless. But after two and a half decades, what does the future hold for…

‘Code red for humanity’: 5 key climate change facts

‘Code red for humanity’: 5 key climate change facts

The focus of the G20 world leaders will shift from Rome to Glasgow on Monday where a climate summit will get under way. The meeting has been described as a “make or break” moment for the planet as rising temperatures…

France seizes British trawler as post-Brexit fishing row spirals

France seizes British trawler as post-Brexit fishing row spirals

France has seized one British trawler for operating in its territorial waters without a licence and fined another as a bitter dispute with the United Kingdom over post-Brexit access to fishing grounds escalated. The French maritime ministry said the ships…

25 Years: A Unique Path | Al Jazeera

25 Years: A Unique Path | Al Jazeera

“Seeing fear in the faces of people, in a city that you call home.” Al Jazeera’s Natacha Butler talks about the wave of violence that swept through Paris. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us…

The Future of Japan's Monarchy | Inside Story

The Future of Japan’s Monarchy | Inside Story

Japan’s not-so-royal wedding. A princess goes through with her decision to marry a non-royal, giving up her title, sparking massive media scrutiny and a public outcry. What does the future hold for the world’s oldest monarchy? Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra Guests:…

West Africa: Voice of One’s Own  | Between Us

West Africa: Voice of One’s Own | Between Us

Growing up as a minority in Europe and the US meant that Al Jazeera’s West Africa correspondent, Nicolas Haque, had always felt a sense of “otherness.” But he explains how he found his own voice by connecting with a region…

Tension over Beirut blast probe deepens Lebanon political crisis

Tension over Beirut blast probe deepens Lebanon political crisis

The IMF has started discussions with Lebanon, which is in dire need of assistance with its economic crisis. But the government has been distracted by another crisis – the political infighting over the investigation into the Beirut Port explosion. Tensions…

How space became a junkyard and why it matters | Start Here

How space became a junkyard and why it matters | Start Here

As we keep launching more stuff into space, we’re also creating more space junk. There are now hundreds of millions of pieces floating around up there. So how did space become the world’s biggest junkyard? And why is it such…

Several people killed after violence erupts during Bangladesh Hindu festival  | Al Jazeera Newsfeed

Several people killed after violence erupts during Bangladesh Hindu festival | Al Jazeera Newsfeed

At least six people have been killed and more than 100 injured in Bangladesh after communal violence erupted over an alleged image of a Quran being desecrated during Hindu Durga Puja celebrations. @Al Jazeera English #BangladeshViolence #BangladeshHindu #AljazeeraEnglish #AlJazeeraNewsfeed