Unhappy Tesla customer gets company apology, five-day detention

Video shows a woman in a T-shirt that says ‘The brakes don’t work’ shouting similar accusations at a Shanghai auto show. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 days ago

Canada’s top court could be asked to rule if US safe for refugees

Advocates say deal that allows Canada to quickly expel most asylum seekers at US border should be rescinded. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 days ago

In new grim record, Brazil surpasses 4k daily Covid deaths

Coronavirus surge is spurring desperate calls for strict lockdown measures but President Bolsonaro still rejects curbs. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 16 days ago

UK Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine trial in children paused

Oxford University says there were ‘no safety concerns’ in the trial but will await additional data before restarting. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 16 days ago

Netherlands temporarily halts AstraZeneca Covid vaccinations

Health minister says halt a precautionary measure after five reports of blood clots with low blood platelet counts. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 19 days ago

Russia registers ‘world’s first’ Covid-19 vaccine for animals

The shot is hoped to help prevent the spread of virus mutations and mass production could begin as early as April. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 22 days ago

The joke is on Volkswagen after April Fool’s name change debacle

German car giant’s US unit briefly posted statement on website saying it would change its name to ‘Voltswagen’. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 22 days ago

France bears ‘overwhelming responsibilities’ over Rwanda genocide

Report concludes there was ‘failure’ on the part of France over the genocide that saw about 800,000 people slaughtered. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 26 days ago

Suez Canal blockage halts $9.6bn a day of ship traffic

Ever Given container ship lodged in the Suez Canal is halting about $9.6bn worth of daily marine traffic, data shows. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 29 days ago

Qatar’s landmark minimum wage comes into force

Employees of all nationalities and across all sectors will now be entitled to a minimum monthly wage of $275. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

The female Afghan tech entrepreneurs inspiring each other

The leader of the Afghan Dreamers robotics team and her mentor describe the challenge of building low-cost ventilators. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

No Signal? Encrypted messaging app Signal blocked in China

Signal appears to be the latest messaging app to cease working in a country that tightly controls the flow of info. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

Here’s a look at photographs taken last March just about the time the coronavirus was declared a pandemic. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

Mexico on the verge of passing landmark cannabis bill

People 18 years and older and with a permit, would be able to grow, carry or consume cannabis and its derivatives. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

American Airlines 737 Max declared emergency after engine stall, safely lands

American Airlines flight with 95 passengers and 6 crew lands safely; 737 MAX planes have faced scrutiny for years. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

Italy, EU block AstraZeneca vaccine shipment to Australia

The move affecting 250,000 doses reflects frustration within the bloc over the shortfall of promised vaccine deliveries. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

Dirty gold is infiltrating world markets under faked brands (2019)

Forging branded gold bars has become increasingly sophisticated, so thousands may go undetected each year. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

Britain stole $45T from India (2018)

And lied about it. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 1 month ago

It is time to end extractive tourism

The pandemic presents us with a great opportunity to do away with the destructive mass tourism industry. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

UAE, US and Chinese missions prepare to explore Mars

Deep-space ventures by the UAE, US and China will arrive at Earth’s planetary neighbour this month. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

Denmark to create world’s first energy island in the North Sea

Wind power hub will store enough green energy to cover electricity needs of three million European households. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

Baby food brands contain ‘dangerous’ toxic metals, US panel finds

A US Congressional subcommittee found dangerous levels of neurologically damaging heavy metals in some baby food brands. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

Photos: Iron spikes, concrete walls at India farmer protest sites

Nails on roads, steel barricades and hundreds of riot police trigger comparison with heavily-militarised border fences. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

All the Prime Minister’s Men

Members of the Ahmed gang are being protected by their brother, General Aziz Ahmed, head of the Bangladesh army. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

How has the UK managed to master the vaccine roll-out?

In a rare pandemic success, the UK, which has a high death rate, is winning praise for its vaccination programme. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

Renewables outstrip fossil fuels as the EU’s main source of power

Renewables are getting a boost from a range of sources including policymakers, financing markets and fossil fuel firms. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

China authorises coast guard to fire on foreign vessels

Legislation also allows demolition of other countries’ structures built on Chinese-claimed reefs. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 2 months ago

Google's Threat to Block Australia over Content Fees Sparks Anger

Proposed law will force Google, Facebook to pay local media for their news content or face millions of dollars in fines. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

Fire at India plant of world’s biggest vaccine maker

Fire breaks out at Serum Institute of India, local media say, adding that production of COVID vaccine was not affected. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

At least 21 current and ex-members of the army and law enforcement identified as being at or near the Capitol riot. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

‘It could be never’: Parler CEO says social app may not return

Several online platforms have cut off Parler following storming of US Capitol, accusing it of allowing violent content. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

Israel announces 800 new settler homes in occupied West Bank

PM Netanyahu orders advancement of plans to build 800 homes for Jewish settlers in last days of Trump’s presidency. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

Trump’s speech that ‘incited’ Capitol violence: Full transcript

Trump is accused of ‘incitement of insurrection’ after giving a speech before his supporters stormed the Capitol. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

UK court to rule on WikiLeaks founder Assange’s US extradition

Julian Assange faces up to 175 years in US jail over espionage and hacking charges, as activists ‘expect the worst’. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

What will Cuba’s new single currency mean for the island?

Cuba is devaluing its peso for the first time since the 1959 revolution with profound consequences for its people. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

Argentina on the cusp of historic vote to legalise abortion

Senate debates bill that could make Argentina the largest country in Latin America to legalise abortion. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

The price of the false or non-apology

How many false apologies have echoed through victims’ homes this year, statements that accuse rather than appease? | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

Who does Big Brother answer to?

We ask whether the surveillance industry is out of control and discuss climate change with activist Nnimmo Bassey. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 3 months ago

The dark side of the Nordic model

Scandinavian countries may top every ranking on human development, but they are a disaster for the environment. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

Microsoft’s iron cage: Prison surveillance and e-carceration

Tech corporations are expanding the scope of surveillance across the correctional pipeline, but who pays the price? | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

China’s lunar mission Chang’e returns to Earth with Moon rocks

China becomes only the third country to have retrieved samples from the Moon following the US and then-Soviet Union. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

In Pictures: How much plastic are you eating?

Plastic production surged in the last 50 years, and we could be ingesting equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

US COVID-19 vaccine programme head optimistic as shipping begins

The first doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine were being shipped from a factory in Michigan on Sunday. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

AstraZeneca Will make trials combining its vaccine with Russia Sputnik V

Pharmaceutical giant says combinations of different vaccines may provide wider protection and better accessibility. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

What we know about the Hunter Biden investigation

Federal investigators are probing the finances and foreign business dealings of Joe Biden’s son. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

Pakistan’s new regulations aim to ‘silence the internet’

Increasingly in recent years, internet laws have been used to target journalists and rights activists who voice dissent. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

Kaavan’s not-so lonely journey to freedom in Cambodia

A global effort helped bring the ‘world’s loneliest elephant’ to a new home with 600 other pachyderms. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago

Why Indian farmers are protesting against new farm bills

Government move to reform agricultural marketing has sparked protests, with critics calling the move ‘pro-corporate’. | Continue reading


@aljazeera.com | 4 months ago