Al Jazeerah English

The Stream - Will criminal charges bring justice in #FlintWaterCrisis?

This episode’s story: http://stream.aljazeera.com/story/201706282358-0025462 Follow The Stream and join Al Jazeera’s social media community:...

Inside Story - How to stop cyber attacks? – Inside Story

Cyber security has become one of the most important aspect of life in the 21st century. Which means, keeping computer systems secure becomes...

UK project supports ex-athletes’ mental health

Sportsmen and women can reach euphoric heights during their careers, but when retirement comes it can pose physical and mental health problems. In...

UK: Six charged over Hillsborough stadium disaster

Prosecutors in the UK have announced criminal charges against six people over the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster. Ninety-six Liverpool...

Iraqi forces gain more ground in Mosul’s Old City

Iraq's military says it has advanced in the Old City of Mosul, bringing it closer to driving ISIL fighters completely out of the area. The army...

UN: Demand to shut Al Jazeera a threat to media freedom

The United Nations has condemned a Saudi-led bloc’s demand for Qatar to close Al Jazeera, calling it “a major blow to media pluralism”. David...

South Africa: Government enforces eviction of illegal settlements

Long after the end of Apartheid in South Africa, people are still facing state-sponsored evictions. Across the country, authorities are destroying...

The Venezuela crisis, explained

Riots, starvation, massive inflation, and police brutality. This is how Venezuela's economic crisis went from bad to worse.

Hundreds of refugees in Calais still trying to reach UK

Refugees are still pouring into the French port of Calais, even though the camp known as the "Jungle" has been cleared out. The government is...

Moon departs for US-South Korea summit with Trump

South Korea's new President, Moon Jae-in, is heading to Washington on Wednesday for his first official meeting with US President Donald Trump....

Massive cyberattack spreads ransomware virus globally

A major cyberattack has crippled computer systems around the world and shut down government agencies and thousands of businesses. It is linked to...

Papua New Guinea election sees more women running than ever

Papua New Guinea is three days into its national elections. The voting process will take two weeks because of the country's difficult terrain....

Nepal election: Party backed by minority Madheshi community boycotts vote

Nepal election: Party backed by minority Madheshi community boycotts vote More than 60,000 candidates are competing for votes in the second phase...

Poles advised against moving to UK after Brexit vote

Britain was the pick of the crop for Polish people looking for work since their country joined the European Union 13 years ago. And many industries...

Venezuelan Supreme Court attacked from helicopter

A police helicopter has dropped grenades on Venezuela's Supreme Court building and fired shots at the interior ministry in what President Nicolas...

Colombia's FARC rebels complete disarmament process

Colombia's FARC rebels have finished handing over their weapons, bringing an end to Latin America's longest-running civil war. President Juan...

Papua New Guinea election sees more women running than ever

Papua New Guinea election sees more women running than ever Papua New Guinea is three days into its national elections. The voting process will...

US report: China among 'worst human trafficking offenders'

The US has listed China among the world's worst offenders in human trafficking and forced labour - a step that may aggravate its relationship with...

Verdict to be announced over 96 killed in 1989 Liverpool stadium disaster

Verdict to be announced over 96 killed in 1989 Liverpool stadium disaster Familes of victims killed in one of football's worst stadium disasters...

Brazil's president says corruption charge is 'fiction'

Brazil's President Michel Temer dismissed corruption allegations against him as a "soap opera plot" on Tuesday and cast doubt on the motivations of...

Ransomware attack causes disruptions across globe

A massive new international cyberattack via a ransomware virus dubbed Petya has paralysed businesses across Europe and is spreading elsewhere....

FULL SHOW 062717

On The Stream: What impact are the recent Islamophobic attacks having on Muslim youth?

EU slaps Google with record fine for breaching competition rules

The European Union has hit Google with a 2.7 billion dollar fine for breaching anti-trust laws. A seven-year investigation by the European...

Is peace in Northern Ireland in jeopardy? – Inside Story

Is peace in Northern Ireland in jeopardy? – Inside Story Theresa May needs the backing of the DUP's 10 Members of Parliament after her own...

Court finds Dutch state partially liable for Srebrenica massacre

Relatives of some of the thousands killed in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre say an appeals court ruling in The Hague does not deliver justice for...

New York: Arab and Islamic art museum aims to challenge stereotypes

New York is known for its cultural diversity. But America's biggest city hasn’t had a museum dedicated solely to Arab and Islamic art, until now....

Zimbabwe efforts to contain bird flu outbreak

The government of Zimbabwe is trying to contain an outbreak of bird flu that has killed thousands of chickens. It is the latest threat to a...

Share using

Random Video from Archives