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Australia plans referendum on monarchy following queen's death: 'We are not British anymore'

With an Indigenous history stretching back more than 60 000 years, the continent now known as Australia was colonised in 1788.
By Aljazeera Nov. 14, 2022

South Africa’s Ramaphosa faces impeachment threat over farm scandal

Parliament will examine the report, which was submitted on Wednesday, and decide whether to push ahead with impeachment proceedings
By Aljazeera Dec. 1, 2022

Celine Dion diagnosed with rare neurological disorder

In October 2021, she also was forced to cancel a residency in Las Vegas because of “severe and persistent muscle spasms”.
By Aljazeera Dec. 9, 2022

Blast at mosque in Pakistan’s Peshawar kills at least 32 people

Authorities said part of the building collapsed and that many people were feared to be trapped under the rubble.
By Aljazeera Jan. 30, 2023

Feature: Zim farm labourers bemoan harsh working conditions

This left mostly white commercial farmers in full control of the majority of the country’s prime farmland, but there was no change of fortunes for farm labourers.
By Aljazeera Feb. 22, 2023

Ex-Germany, Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil announces retirement

Ozil bagged the 2012 Spanish La Liga title with Real Madrid and four FA Cups with Arsenal in 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2020.
By Aljazeera Mar. 22, 2023

Nigerian senator found guilty of trafficking man to UK for kidney

The Canadian government blocked the short-form video app TikTok from official electronic devices.
By Aljazeera Mar. 23, 2023

WhatsApp to allow users to edit messages within a 15-minute limit

“Edited messages will display ‘edited’ alongside them, so those you’re messaging are aware of the correction without showing edit history,” WhatsApp said.
By Aljazeera May. 24, 2023

Feature: The Mozambican electrician who moved to Zim twice

But this was the turning point for Chataika. “I decided then that I didn’t want to leave in a country like that,” he told Al Jazeera.
By Aljazeera Jul. 14, 2023

Opposition leader Chamisa promises new dawn if elected president

On August 23, the 45-year-old will contest the polls for the second time in five years against incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a man almost twice his age.
By Aljazeera Aug. 18, 2023

Russia’s Luna-25 probe crashes on the moon

According to preliminary findings, the lander “has ceased to exist following a collision with the moon’s surface”, Roscosmos said on Sunday.
By Aljazeera Aug. 20, 2023

Billions pledged for green energy as Africa climate talks enter second day

Al-Jaber, who is also president of the COP28 climate summit, said a consortium including Masdar would help develop 15 gigawatts of clean power by 2030.
By Aljazeera Sep. 5, 2023

Ghana’s parliament passes anti-LGBTQ bill

A coalition of religious and traditional leaders sponsored the legislation that is favoured by most lawmakers and that passed in parliament on Wednesday.
By Aljazeera Feb. 29, 2024

Uganda’s President Museveni promotes son to army chief

The Ministry of Defence and Veteran Affairs announced late on Thursday that General Muhoozi Kainerugaba had been appointed the chief of defence forces
By Aljazeera Mar. 22, 2024

At least 45 people killed after bus plunges into South Africa ravine

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa sent his condolences to Botswana and promised support, his office said in a statement.
By Aljazeera Mar. 29, 2024

Three reported killed as DR Congo military averts ‘attempted coup’

A DR Congo military spokesman said in a televised address that the perpetrators of the failed takeover had been arrested.
By Aljazeera May. 20, 2024