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Russians protest against farmland being leased to China Russians protest against farmland being leased to China
Russians are angry over a plan to lease 115,000 hectares of land to a Chinese company for agriculture. Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Chita in Russia’s Zabaikal region. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Ukraine Ukraine's President pays tribute to soldiers killed by grenade
Ukraine's President has paid tribute to soldiers killed in a grenade explosion outside parliament as two more servicemen died from their injuries. 140 people were hospitalised after grenade and smoke bombs were thrown by protesters on Monday. Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel Hamid reports from Kiev.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Trial of former warlord Bosco Ntaganda to start Wednesday Trial of former warlord Bosco Ntaganda to start Wednesday
The trial of a former warlord in the Democratic Republic of Congo starts later on Wednesday. Bosco Ntaganda's facing 18 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court in the Netherlands. Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Australia inquiry says Nauru prison unsafe Australia inquiry says Nauru prison unsafe
Australia's treatment of asylum seekers has been condemned in a parliamentary report, detailing allegations of negligence and abuse. It says children should be removed from a prison on the island of Nauru, where asylum seekers are kept. Nauru is one of the offshore centres Australia's government pays for - instead of allowing refugees onto its soil. Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

South African students protest over racism allegations South African students protest over racism allegations
Hundreds of university students in South Africa are protesting over allegations of racism made in a student documentary. The university's management has been summoned to appear before Parliament to explain. Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from Stellenbosch, near Cape Town.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Iraqis impatient about lack of change after reforms Iraqis impatient about lack of change after reforms
Iraqis are saying that little has changed since the Prime Minister announced a set of sweeping changes last month. It came after huge protests over government corruption and a lack of infrastructure. Now, Haidar al Abadi is facing opposition in parliament. Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Baghdad.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Canadian economy enters recession Canadian economy enters recession
Canada is officially in recession, with no economic growth recorded in the first six months of the year. A slump in oil prices and a global stock market downturn have hit the country hard. Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak has more from Toronto.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Alaskan town falling into the sea Alaskan town falling into the sea
In parts of the U.S state of Alaska, coastal erosion is claiming homes and disrupting people's livelihoods. Kivalina, a community of 400 people, is slowing falling into the sea. Al Jazeera's Libby Casey visited the small hunting town.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Gazans decorate their homes Gazans decorate their homes
A neighbourhood in the Gaza Strip has found hope in colour amid the ruins of war, painting their homes with bright colours -- orange, purple and green -- in an effort to restore their community. The 50-day Israeli offensive last year killed more than a thousand Palestinians and 72 Israelis. Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Police block refugees from Hungary train station Police block refugees from Hungary train station
The main railway station in Budapest has been closed to stop refugees from travelling to Austria and Germany.   Hungary's foreign minister says those found to be what he called 'economic migrants' will be sent back to the country they arrived from.   This, as the number of refugees trying to reach the European Union continues to surge.   Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports now from Budapest.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Riot police clear protesters occupying Beirut ministry Riot police clear protesters occupying Beirut ministry
A 72 hour ultimatum issued by protestors in Lebanon for more government support has ended.    Police had to forcibly remove demonstrators still occuping Beirut's environment ministry.   The protesters from the 'You Stink' movement are demanding the Minister resign over Lebanon's ongoing rubbish crisis.   Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reports from the capital.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

Interview: Guatemala Congress strips President Perez Interview: Guatemala Congress strips President Perez' immunity
Guatemala's Congress has voted to strip embattled President Otto Perez's immunity, clearing the way for him to be prosecuted over allegations he masterminded a massive corruption scheme. Al Jazeera's speaks to Kirsten Weld, a historian of modern Latin America at Harvard University.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 02 September 2015

The Stream- Archaeology at risk The Stream- Archaeology at risk
On The Stream: Preserving cultural heritage under threat.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 01 September 2015

World economy in the hands of Fed World economy in the hands of Fed
US Federal Reserve Board is set to vote on whether to raise interest rates that could cause global financial crisis. Presenter: Mike Hanna Guests: Mike Norman - a foreign exchange trader and economist Einar Tangen - economic affairs commentator at China Radio International Jan Randolph - the director of sovereign risk analysis at IHS Global Insight

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 01 September 2015

Clamp down on freedom of expression in Gambia Clamp down on freedom of expression in Gambia
Human rights, including the freedom of expression, are under attack in Gambia. Amnesty International says the situation is getting worse after the government refused to address recommendations put forward by the United Nations back in March. Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from neighbouring Senegal.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 01 September 2015




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