Aljazeera.com is the main web address for the Al Jazeera English, Al Jazeera Balkans and former Al Jazeera America websites. The domain name was acquired by Al Jazeera Media Network in March 2011 from Aljazeera Publishing, a Dubai-based media company which owned the separate Aljazeera Magazine, after a long-running domain name dispute between the two entities. Al Jazeera English began promoting aljazeera.com instead of aljazeera.net/english since the domain name became part of Al Jazeera English. It is also used and subdivided as the homepage for the channels of Al Jazeera America and Al Jazeera Balkans. Al Jazeera Media Network also owns the original Aljazeera.net for their Arabic language channels and properties and Aljazeera.tr for their Turkish language properties including Al Jazeera Turk.

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  • One of former President Robert Mugabe’s most controversial policies was the land reform programme of 2000 which made it legal for black Zimbabweans to seize properties from white farmers - without compensation. The policy was meant to consolidate his support but resulted in thousands of white commercial farmers being driven off the land. They sought safety in neighbouring countries such as Za...

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  • Hurricane Harvey was the most costly tropical cyclone on record. Wind and flooding caused nearly $200bn of damage, breaking the record set by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Nowhere was Harvey’s devastation felt more than in Aransas County in Texas, where hundreds remain homeless for Thanksgiving, which Americans are celebrating on Thursday, November 23. Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Fult...

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  • The huge organ at St Patrick's Old Cathedral in New York City is the oldest one of its size in the US. But staff are concerned that the famous instrument might not make it to its 150th birthday next year. Church funds are low and there is a lot of work to be done on the organ. To celebrate the 150th birthday of the powerful instrument, they will be launching a fundraiser in order to gather money t...

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  • Larry Nassar, a former US Olympic team doctor, has been convicted of sexually abusing young female athletes in his care. He worked for USA Gymnastics, the organisation that prepares gymnasts to compete in the Olympics. Nassar faces additional charges, including possession of child pornography. He faces a possible minimum of forty years in prison. A judge will decide his sentence in January. ...

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  • The pressure's on hundreds of thousands of students in South Korea - as they sit for an exam that could determine their personal and professional futures. The students have prepared for the all-important college entrance test, often with years of study and long nights in afterschool programmes designed to improve their results. This year they were postponed because of a rare earthquake. Al Jaze...

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  • Uber is facing investigation after revealing that it suffered a massive data breach affecting 57 million people - but kept the details quiet for more than a year. The hackers say they found the data on an Amazon cloud server used by the ride-sharing company. They claim they were paid a $100,000 ransom to keep the breach quiet. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports - Subscribe to our channel: http:...

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  • Three gunmen and a police officer have been killed during a security operation in Georgia's capital Tbilisi. Shooting broke out late on Tuesday and lasted for almost 20 hours. Georgia's state security agency said the men were not Georgian citizens. One theory is that they may have been a cell from the restive North Caucasus. Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier-Walker reports from Tbilisi, Georgia. -...

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  • The search for an Argentine navy submarine that's been missing for a week has reached a critical phase, with fears the 44 crew on board could be running low on oxygen. Dozens of planes and boats are searching the waters off the Argentine coast in a 4,000-strong search and rescue operation, but there's still no trace of the vessel. Although the submarine has food and fuel for up to 90 days, if th...

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  • There's a new galaxy of superstars in China - riding the wave of the online live-streaming craze. It’s a multi-billion dollar business. Hundreds of millions of viewers tune in for hours each day, to be entertained and to also shower their favourite online hosts with virtual tokens and gifts. But with great popularity comes great control. The government has introduced new laws to regulate online ...

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  • Russia's president Vladimir Putin has told his Turkish and Iranian counterparts that there is a "real chance" of ending the war in Syria. Speaking at three-way talks - Putin said he believed a "new stage" had been reached in the conflict. The Kremlin-driven initiative aims to bring a broad spectrum of Syrian government, opposition, and civil society groups to a congress of national dialogue to...

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  • With Yemen's hospitals close to collapse and famine imminent, aid agencies are pleading for a complete lifting of the Saudi-led coalition's blockade. Yemen is suffering the world's worst cholera epidemic - and now doctors are warning of an outbreak of the potentially fatal diphtheria virus. The WHO says that says the disease is spreading quickly and doctors in Yemen are warning that the blockade...

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  • The man who will become the next president of Zimbabwe says the country is witnessing a "new stage of democracy". Former Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa addressed thousands of cheering supporters in the capital on his return from South Africa - the day after Robert Mugabe's resignation. Mnangagwa must now face the expectations of the Zimbabweans, expectations that he says he knows are high. A...

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  • The trial of six people accused of felony rioting during US President Donald Trump’s inauguration is under way in Washington, DC. The case could determine whether the government continues pursuing charges against the roughly 200 people who also participated in the protests organised by Disrupt J20, an anti-capitalist and anti-fascist group. But civil rights activists say the case could have big...

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  • Colombia's deaf community has devised a new way to communicate their thoughts on the peace deal between government and FARC rebels, who have formed their own legitimate political party. The truce has deeply divided the country as Colombians struggled to find common ground on the thorny issues of conflict and justice. Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Bogota. - Subscribe to our chan...

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  • The International Organisation for Migration says there are up to three million Zimbabweans living abroad, many of them in South Africa. Some had been forced into exile for political reasons. One man told Al Jazeera that Mugabe's departure has given him hope that he and his family could return home. Al Jazeera's Tania Page has the story from Johannesburg. - Subscribe to our channel: http://...

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  • Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri has promised his supporters that he will stick with them and defend his country, more than two weeks after announcing, while in Saudi Arabia, that he was stepping down. Hariri is now back in Beirut, where he has agreed to delay his resignation after a request from Lebanon's President Michel Aoun to allow more dialogue. Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from...

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  • Former Bosnian Serbian commander Ratko Mladic has been sentenced to life in prison, for genocide and war crimes during the Balkan conflict more than two decades ago. The presiding judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on Wednesday found that the 74-year-old general "significantly contributed" to genocide committed at Srebrenica. Previous judgments of the...

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  • Robert Mugabe has been in charge of Zimbabwe ever since the country was born 37 years ago. The African nationalist supported the fight for freedom from British colonial rule, then was a political prisoner during white minority rule in the 1970s and 80s. After independence was achieved, the prime minister then President implemented social and economic policies - for better or worse. Critics say he...

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  • Saad Hariri has deferred his resignation as Lebanon's prime minister and has vowed to work with the country's president, Michel Aoun, to "protect" the country and maintain its security. Hariri addressed the nation after holding a private meeting with Aoun in the capital, Beirut. Earlier, various leaders in Lebanon, including Aoun, attended an annual military parade that commenced the 74th Indepe...

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  • Since US President Donald Trump entered the White House, there is one achievement he can’t be denied. He has made good on a campaign promise to deconstruct the administrative state, and his administration has delayed or eliminated hundreds of “job killing” federal rules, often following recommendations from powerful industries. On March 13, the White House released its first preliminary budget un...

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  • Most people visit a library to get a book - but how about borrowing some kale seeds to take home and grow? A public library in the United States is loaning them out to show the benefits of eating fruit and vegetables. The city of Tucson, Arizona, is designated a United Nations World City of Gastronomy, having over 4,000 years of agricultural history. Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from ...

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  • The United Nations Command says North Korea violated the Korean Armistice Agreement when its troops shot at and chased a North Korean soldier who was defecting across the border. The soldier had tried to run across the Military Demarcation Line separating the two countries. He was shot and fell on the South Korean side of the border where he was dragged to safety by a US/South Korean security bat...

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  • One of America's most recognisable broadcasters, Charlie Rose, has been fired by CBS and PBS after eight women accused him of improper behaviour. Although Rose is the latest in a string of high-profile Americans to face sexual misconduct accusations, a new US study's revealed that sexual harassment occurs at a higher rate in low-paid jobs. And those positions, such as healthcare, retail and the ...

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  • In exactly five years from today, Qatar will kick off the first World Cup hosted in the Middle East. But as it plans for the largest sporting event ever held in the region, the country is caught up in a major falling out with its neighbours. Qatar hopes a political and trade blockade imposed by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE and Egypt will be lifted soon, and those countries will allow their fans...

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  • Filmmaker: Karim Midhat More than 150 years ago, a musician started a band in Cairo's Mohammed Ali Street, a hub for Arab musicians, belly dancers and instrument makers, near the opera house, cinemas and theatres. Mohammad Hasaballah's brass band became so popular that it gave birth to an entire musical genre, which still resonates with Egyptians today. Hasaballah was a clarinet player in a mi...

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  • The outcome of an appeal hearing against a verdict issued earlier this year in Britain is being eagerly awaited in Nigeria. Communities in Rivers State are demanding that energy giant Royal Dutch Shell clean up oil spills and pay the associated costs. But Royal Dutch Shell says the case should be dealt with in Nigeria. Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from London. Subscribe to our channel http...

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  • Regulators at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US are planning to scrap rules brought in during the Obama presidency that provide for equal access to the internet. The "net neutrality" policy was introduced by the Obama administration and treated the internet as an essential utility and protected it from manipulation by internet service providers in the US. The change is seen a...

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