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Senior Saudi prince Miteb released from detention

After more than three weeks in detention, Senior Saudi prince and former head of the National Guard, Miteb bin Abdullah, has been released.

UPDATE: Four tanks heading towards Harare, Zimbabwe as army is ready ‘to step in’

​Zimbabwe's army chief has called for an end to infighting within ZANU-PF following last week's dismissal of the country's vice president

What’s PM 2.5 and why is the New Delhi smog so bad?

Enveloped by a choking shroud of toxic smog, New Delhi has declared a public health emergency as Lahore is also covered

Saudi Arabia purge widens with ‘arrest, no-fly list’

Nasser bin Aqeel al-Tayyar, a board member at Saudi Arabia's biggest travel company, was reportedly added to the list of detained dignitaries.

Is Jordan likely to change ‘sexist’ nationality law?

​Although a petition circulating on social media calling for Jordan's controversial nationality law to be abolished, it is more likely to be refused.

Israel maintains robust arms trade with rogue regimes

Human rights activists are stepping up efforts to expose Israel's long and covert history of supplying weapons and military training to regimes.

After Brexit vote, hate crimes are on the rise

Britain's Home Office reports that after the EU referendum in June 2016, hate crimes against Britons of ethnic or religious minorities rose by 29%.

Double standards: Why is there no #Somalia?

Unlike other tragedies such as Las Vegas and Manchester, there has been no outpouring on social media for the deadly blast in Somalia.

Violence erupts in Kenya over new election law

Kenyan police fired tear gas at protesters a day after opposition leader Raila Odinga announced his withdrawal from the election race.

Spain takes step towards suspending Catalonia autonomy

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy activated article 155 of Spain's constitution allowing him to take over Catalonia.

Cities change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day

More than 50 cities and states across the US have renamed Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day.

Turkey’s deescalation operation promises to be a smooth transition

Rebels have told 'Al Jazeera' that Turkey has indirectly sent a stark warning to any faction that resists the operation.

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