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Fourth US Democratic debate: Impeachment, healthcare, Syria

Twelve Democratic candidates held the fourth debate for the right to challenge President Donald Trump for the US presidency in 2020. The candidates defended the congressional impeachment inquiry of Trump and debated healthcare, the economy, foreign policy and other issues on Tuesday night. Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Westerville, Ohio. – Subscribe to our…

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Yemen fuel shortage: health concerns rise as rubbish piles up

In Yemen’s capital Sanaa health officials warn that enormous piles of uncollected rubbish littering its streets could lead to another cholera outbreak. But rubbish trucks have not been able to do their rounds because of a severe fuel shortage, despite last year’s Sweden deal which promised the delivery of goods and other services if the…

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Kashmir lockdown limits people's access to mental healthcare

The security lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir continues for nearly two months. Now doctors say the crackdown is causing stress and anxiety in people, while also limiting their access to mental healthcare services. Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Jamjoom reports. – Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe – Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish – Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera…

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Analysis: Canada's Trudeau admits to racist 'brownface' makeup

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologised after a photo emerged of him wearing brownface makeup to a party in 2001. The picture was published in a school yearbook while Trudeau worked as a teacher in British Columbia, before entering politics. It was taken at the school’s annual dinner with an Arabian Nights theme. The…

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Kyrgyzstan's former President Atambayev detained

Special officers have arrested Kyrgyzstan’s former President Almazbek Atambayev after storming his home for the second time in 24 hours. A soldier was killed during Wednesday’s failed raid at his country residence near the capital Bishkek. Al Jazeera’s Laura Burdon-Manley has more. – Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe – Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish -…

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Egypt's former president Mohamed Morsi dies: State media

Egypt’s former President Mohamed Morsi has died after appearing in court in Cairo, according to state media. The 67-year-old died after fainting during the court session in the Egyptian capital on Monday, state TV reported. “He was speaking before the judge for 20 minutes then became very animated and fainted. He was quickly rushed to…

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Morocco revamps world's oldest university

The Moroccan city of Fez is home to the oldest university in the world. Al-Qarawiyyin has stood for centuries as one of the most prestigious centres of science and technology. But over the years, it has fallen into disrepair. Experts have now been called in and a facelift is under way. Al Jazeera’s Hashem Ahelbarra…

🇹🇲 🇳🇴 Turkmenistan the worst country for journalists, Norway the safest | Al Jazeera English thumbnail

🇹🇲 🇳🇴 Turkmenistan the worst country for journalists, Norway the safest | Al Jazeera English

Turkmenistan is the most dangerous country in the world for journalists to do their job while Norway is ranked the safest. The campaign group Reporters Without Borders has published its annual league table of press freedom worldwide and has said that journalists around the world are up against an intense climate of fear and danger.…

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?? Can Macron’s open letter save his presidency? | Inside Story

Shaken by weekly protests on the streets of France, sparked by a rise in fuel prices, the French President says he wants to turn anger into solutions. Emmanuel Macron’s answer is to build a new “contract” with the nation. He’s launched a two-month national debate…and says he’s open to ideas. The French will be encouraged…

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??Can Macron survive the biggest challenge to his presidency? l Inside Story

The Arc de Triomphe daubed with graffiti. The Champs Elysee cloaked in clouds of tear gas. It’s becoming a familiar story in Paris. The famous sights of the French capital turned into a battle ground for the third successive weekend. ‘Yellow Vest’ protesters again venting their fury at the rising price of keeping their cars…