6 dead as army helicopter crashes in Pakistan
6 dead as army helicopter crashes in Pakistan

According to the army, the helicopter crashed during a training mission near Khost in the Harnai district of Balochistan late last night."All 6 personnel on board, including two pilots, have embraced

Bangladesh boat tragedy death toll hits 32
Bangladesh boat tragedy death toll hits 32

The small boat packed with mostly women and children on their way to a popular temple flipped over on Sunday in a river as onlookers screamed in horror from the shore.The incident in a remote northern

Australia plans privacy overhaul after massive telecom data leak
Australia plans privacy overhaul after massive telecom data leak

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says reforms would allow banks to 'protect their customers.'

Why Brazilian football fans are ditching the yellow jersey
Why Brazilian football fans are ditching the yellow jersey

Once an icon of unity and luck, the shirt's association with Brazil's far right has led football fans to give up on it.

U.S. warned Russia to 'stop the loose talk' on nuclear weapons: Blinken
U.S. warned Russia to 'stop the loose talk' on nuclear weapons: Blinken

"We have been very clear with the Russians publicly and as well as privately to stop the loose talk about nuclear weapons," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in an interview broadcast Sunday

Japan warns against speculative yen moves amid sharp declines
Japan warns against speculative yen moves amid sharp declines

Finance minister says government and Bank of Japan are on same page in sharing concerns about the currency's fall.

Macau casino shares soar ahead of return of China tours
Macau casino shares soar ahead of return of China tours

Shares in casino operators jump 13 percent after leader says China will resume e-visa scheme and permit group tours,

Five killed as Typhoon Noru powers across northern Philippines
Five killed as Typhoon Noru powers across northern Philippines

The Philippines strongest typhoon this year cuts power and communications to northern areas but spares Manila the worst.

From EU to immigration: What Italy’s next government plans to do
From EU to immigration: What Italy’s next government plans to do

Italy's next government is expected to take a tough line on immigration, and call for EU reform, but will back Ukraine.

North Korea, China resume freight trains services: reports
North Korea, China resume freight trains services: reports

Reported resumption of cross-border trains comes after services were suspended in April due to an outbreak of COVID-19.

Tropical Storm Ian primed to power up, hit Florida as hurricane
Tropical Storm Ian primed to power up, hit Florida as hurricane

On Sunday morning, Tropical Storm Ian remained on track for a potential landfall somewhere along the Florida Gulf coast later this week amp;mdash; with the Big Bend area in the center of a forecast track

Italy’s right-wing alliance set for election victory: Exit polls
Italy’s right-wing alliance set for election victory: Exit polls

Projections suggest far-right leader Giorgia Meloni's Brothers of Italy party has won 25 percent of the vote.

US warns of consequences if Russia uses nuclear weapons
US warns of consequences if Russia uses nuclear weapons

Washington says it will 'respond decisively' if Moscow uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine.

EU condemns Iran's violent crackdown on protesters
EU condemns Iran's violent crackdown on protesters

The European Union has condemned Iran's response to widespread unrest across the country, sparked by the death of a woman after morality police arrested her for not covering herself according to the country's

Ukraine's Zelenskiy: fierce battles along frontline, with some 'positive results'
Ukraine's Zelenskiy: fierce battles along frontline, with some 'positive results'

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Sunday that heavy fighting is taking place with Russian forces in many places along the frontline, some with "positive results" for Kyiv."This is the

Pakistan’s Finance Minister Ismail to resign amid economic woes
Pakistan’s Finance Minister Ismail to resign amid economic woes

Miftah Ismail is the fifth finance minister to quit in four years as Pakistan's economic woes worsened by recent floods.

Uganda’s Ebola caseload rises to 16 as outbreak spreads
Uganda’s Ebola caseload rises to 16 as outbreak spreads

Four people have already died from the virus, raising fears of an outbreak of a strain for which there is no vaccine.

Can the Gulf secure energy supplies for Germany and Europe?
Can the Gulf secure energy supplies for Germany and Europe?

German chancellor tours Gulf countries in search of alternative suppliers.

‘Bodies everywhere’: Survivors recount Lebanon boat disaster
‘Bodies everywhere’: Survivors recount Lebanon boat disaster

Ninety-seven people have died after an asylum seeker boat from Lebanon capsized in the Mediterranean.

Russia holds referendums in occupied Ukrainian areas despite shelling
Russia holds referendums in occupied Ukrainian areas despite shelling

The hastily convened polls were taking place in the eastern regions of Luhansk and Donetsk as well as in Zaporizhzhya and Kherson in the south, with authorities the Luhansk city of Alchevsk even saying

Putin’s suicidal gamble
Putin’s suicidal gamble

The Kremlin has decided to take the risk of a social backlash to ensure its own survival.

Some British pupils eating rubbers for not affording lunch - survey
Some British pupils eating rubbers for not affording lunch - survey

A new survey on food poverty in British schools due to be published next month by Chefs in Schools has brought into the open that many schools in England are already seeing a “heartbreaking” increase in

Canada sends troops to help clear Hurricane Fiona’s devastation
Canada sends troops to help clear Hurricane Fiona’s devastation

Hurricane Fiona left hundreds of thousands without power in eastern Canada, as officials try to assess the damage.

Ukraine mocks Russia's partial mobilization on Twitter
Ukraine mocks Russia's partial mobilization on Twitter

The Ukrainian Defence Ministry on Sunday ridiculed Moscow's partial mobilization to bolster its forces in Ukraine, posting on Twitter a mash-up of social media videos of Russian police beating and arresting

Thirty Palestinian prisoners held in Israel launch hunger strike
Thirty Palestinian prisoners held in Israel launch hunger strike

The group is being held under administrative detention, an Israeli policy that imprisons them without charge or trial.

Warning shots fired at anti-mobilization protest in Russia: Activists
Warning shots fired at anti-mobilization protest in Russia: Activists

In response to the draft order from President Vladimir Putin earlier this week, residents in the village of Endirey had blocked a street to deny access to authorities, according to civil rights website

At least 24 people killed after boat sinks in Bangladesh: Police
At least 24 people killed after boat sinks in Bangladesh: Police

Twenty-four bodies were recovered, while dozens are still missing after the boat capsized in the Karotoa River.

Iranian support vital for Hamas after ties restored with Syria
Iranian support vital for Hamas after ties restored with Syria

As Turkey and more Arab countries restore ties with Israel, Hamas is left with fewer allies in the region, say analysts.

Russia confirms mistakes made during troop call-up for Ukraine war, and vows to fix them
Russia confirms mistakes made during troop call-up for Ukraine war, and vows to fix them

Authorities in the southwestern Russian region of Volgograd sent a 63-year-old diabetic ex-military staffer to training camp, despite poor health and cerebral issues. In the same region, 58-year-old school

British PM Truss: don't listen to Putin's sabre-rattling on Ukraine
British PM Truss: don't listen to Putin's sabre-rattling on Ukraine

Prime Minister Liz Truss said Britain and its allies should not be listening to Russian President Vladimir Putin's "sabre-rattling" on Ukraine after he ordered a partial mobilisation of troops and raised

Russia confirms mistakes made during troop call-up for Ukraine war, and vows to fix them
Russia confirms mistakes made during troop call-up for Ukraine war, and vows to fix them

Authorities in the southwestern Russian region of Volgograd sent a 63-year-old diabetic ex-military staffer to training camp, despite poor health and cerebral issues. In the same region, 58-year-old school

Iran’s pro-government counter-protesters try to change narrative
Iran’s pro-government counter-protesters try to change narrative

Government supporters have taken to the streets recently amid widespread protests following the death of Mahsa Amini.

What really happened during Labour’s ‘anti-Semitism crisis’
What really happened during Labour’s ‘anti-Semitism crisis’

Documents obtained by Al Jazeera IU tell the story behind the 'anti-Semitism crisis' in Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party.

Flights cancelled as storm Hermine hits Canary Islands
Flights cancelled as storm Hermine hits Canary Islands

There were cancellations across many of the islands, including 34 from Tenerife North airport, 22 from La Palma, 14 from El Hierro, eight from Lanzarote and four from La Gomera.

Fire breaks out at world's biggest produce market in Paris
Fire breaks out at world's biggest produce market in Paris

Footage shared on social media of the blaze Sunday at the Rungis market showed a tower of dark smoke billowing high into the air.Firefighters are urging people to stay away from the area, in the south

Daily blackouts put Lebanon’s ancient artefacts at risk
Daily blackouts put Lebanon’s ancient artefacts at risk

Electricity is needed to preserve many of the National Museum of Beirut's priceless archaeological treasures.

Fire breaks out at world's biggest produce market in Paris
Fire breaks out at world's biggest produce market in Paris

Footage shared on social media of the blaze Sunday at the Rungis market showed a tower of dark smoke billowing high into the air.Firefighters are urging people to stay away from the area, in the south

Photos: Sri Lankan police fire tear gas to disperse protesters
Photos: Sri Lankan police fire tear gas to disperse protesters

Police in Colombo fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters demanding the release of fellow activists.

Love, determination and risking all to cross the Mediterranean
Love, determination and risking all to cross the Mediterranean

Sadia's journey from Benin to Europe would see her brave a deadly migration route, and be separated from her husband.

Sri Lankans describe abuse as Russian captives in Ukraine
Sri Lankans describe abuse as Russian captives in Ukraine

Group was captured at a checkpoint near Ukraine's Kupiansk city and Russian troops shot one in the foot.

Russia says Ukraine tried to attack Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant with 'kamikaze drones'
Russia says Ukraine tried to attack Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant with 'kamikaze drones'

Russia's defence ministry said on Sunday that Ukrainian forces have continued attacks around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in the south of the country, including launching eight "kamikaze drones" at the

Pro-Ukraine protest in Istanbul marks seventh month of war
Pro-Ukraine protest in Istanbul marks seventh month of war

Demonstrators gathered in the Turkish city, chanting slogans and carrying signs depicting Putin as a war criminal.

Second Palestinian killed in Nablus by Israeli forces in 24 hours
Second Palestinian killed in Nablus by Israeli forces in 24 hours

The second man, killed on Sunday morning, was identified as Saed al-Koni, reportedly a Palestinian fighter.

Attackers hurl Molotov cocktail at Iranian Embassy in Athens: Greek media
Attackers hurl Molotov cocktail at Iranian Embassy in Athens: Greek media

Unidentified attackers threw a Molotov cocktail at the Iranian Embassy in Athens early Sunday, Greek media reported.According to daily Kathimerini, the Greek police said two hooded people on a motorcycle

UK man held in Ukraine 'stabbed', forced to sing Russian anthem
UK man held in Ukraine 'stabbed', forced to sing Russian anthem

Aiden Aslin, who was freed and flown to Riyadh Wednesday with four other Britons held by Russian proxies, told The Sun in his first interview back in the UK that interrogators tortured him, promising him

23 dead after boat sinks in Bangladesh: police
23 dead after boat sinks in Bangladesh: police

"We have recovered 23 bodies. Firefighters and divers are searching for more bodies," local police official Shafiqul Islam told AFP, after a boat capsized in a river in Bangladesh.

One killed in suicide bombing in Somalia capital
One killed in suicide bombing in Somalia capital

At least six others wounded in the attack on a military base near the capital Mogadishu.

China's Communist Party says has elected all delegates for Congress: state media
China's Communist Party says has elected all delegates for Congress: state media

China's Communist Party said Sunday it had elected all the delegates who will attend a key political meeting starting October 16."Each electoral unit across the country convened a party congress or

China, India call for negotiated way out of Ukraine war
China, India call for negotiated way out of Ukraine war

China calls on Russia and Ukraine to 'keep the crisis from spilling over' and affecting developing countries.

Spanish PM Sánchez says he has COVID, cancels appearance
Spanish PM Sánchez says he has COVID, cancels appearance

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said Sunday he has tested positive for COVID-19.The leader of Spain's Socialist party and of the country's coalition government said in a Twitter post that he was