Super Typhoon Noru approaches the Philippines
Super Typhoon Noru is continuing to strengthen as it approaches the northern Philippines. The storm is expected to make landfall late Sunday afternoon local time and could bring damaging winds and ...
Crypto values continue to slide
Cryptocurrencies are hoping for a $300 Million game-changer as the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum and other major currencies continues to swing lower.
Russian soldiers forcing Ukraine residents to vote
Russia's push to annex four regions in Ukraine has moved into a new phase. Voting was held in occupied areas for a second day. The ballot asks whether the regions should join Russia. Ukraine and it...
Russians trying to escape draft 'sent back'
Finland is proposing new border restrictions to prevent the country from being an easy way for Russians to reach the EU as tourists. That is after the numbers trying to cross the border doubled fol...
Death toll from asylum seeker boat tragedy rises
More bodies of refugees and migrants have been recovered from the sea off Syria after a boat capsized on Thursday, raising the death toll to 97 as the Lebanese army said it arrested a suspected smu...
Significant damage caused by Storm Fiona
The aftermath of post-tropical storm Fiona in Port aux Basques, N.L., was striking on Sunday morning, with boulders and debris scattered across the community. More than 20 homes were destroyed comp...
Pink Floyd cancels concerts after Ukraine comments
Roger Waters has reportedly cancelled concerts in Poland next year amid outrage over his stance on Russia's war against Ukraine and calls for him to be declared persona non grata in the eastern Eur...
Russian officials go 'door-to-door' to gather Ukraine votes
Moscow-occupied parts of Ukrainian regions of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia have begun voting in "referendums" to decide whether to become part of Russia or not.
Leaked documents uncover campaign to oust Corbyn
Al Jazeera is releasing the second tranche of documents from The Labour Files, a substantial leak of internal papers from the United Kingdom’s main opposition party. They reveal a concerted interna...
Philippines: Stolen artworks go on display
A new exhibition has opened in Manila of artwork that once belonged to former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos. The exhibits were repossessed by the government, which says she bought them with s...
Canada: State of emergency remains, clean-up underway
Power is out and trees are down across Atlantic Canada after Storm Fiona hit. Among the worst affected communities, Cape Brererton. Mayor Amanda McDougall says state of emergency will continue as c...
Italy: Far right victory possible as polls open
Polls opened at 7 am CEST. The counting of paper ballots was expected to begin shortly after they close at 11 pm, with projections based on partial results coming early Monday morning.
Bolsonaro in trouble, behind in polls
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro's supporters are on the streets, demanding that paper ballots replace the electronic voting system in next year's election. Bolsonaro's popularity has been batter...
Iran protests spread to Europe
Iran protests spread to Europe as hundreds gather in Paris, France, and Stockholm, Sweden, to show support for protests in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini, who died three days after being a...
Royal art museum reopens after works restored
Antwerp’s royal fine arts museum renovation budget of €44m had to be more than doubled, but the museum has been significantly expanded and a number of its works have been restored.
Delivering elephant birth control by helicopter
Elephant populations across Africa are plummeting, but South Africa is bucking the trend. Two-thirds of its roughly 30,000 elephants are in the Kruger National Park and surrounding areas. But grow...
Canada's worst storm in fifty years
Homes have been washed away and parts of eastern Canada are underwater after the region experienced its worst storm in half a century. Hurricane Fiona had been downgraded to a Post Tropical Cyclone...
Russia offers 'full protection' for annexed regions
The war in Ukraine has dominated discussions at the United Nations General Assembly. Russia's Foreign Minister put up a defence of Moscow's so-called military operation. But there has been plenty o...
Iran warns of 'decisive action' against protesters
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says protests against the government must be confronted decisively. There have been days of demonstrations triggered by the death of a 22-year-old woman in police cu...
Natural disasters are a threat to the Internet
Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and even solar storms can all threaten network stability. Around 95 percent of international data traffic runs through submarine cables – and these can be damaged.
North Korea's missile test as Kamala Harris arrives
Tokyo and Seoul have denounced Pyongyang for threatening peace in the region, after North Korea fired a ballistic missile off its east coast early on Sunday, ahead of joint U.S.-South Korean milita...
Political cartoons: The dying art of satire
The winning entries of the LIBEX 2022 editorial cartoon competition have been announced.
I'd do it all again: Federer retires
Roger Federer has played his final competitive tennis match alongside long time rival Rafael Nadal. The 20-time Grand Slam champion choking back tears as he remembered a 'perfect journey', thanking...
Canada: Storm Fiona slams into East Coast
After battering the Caribbean, hurricane Fiona was downgraded to a storm and it made landfall on Canada's east coast early Saturday morning bringing down electricity pylons and damaging homes.
Chinese millenials turn to 'nomad working'
China's youth are increasingly embracing digital nomading as they rethink the way they work and live. Allen Wan reports from Dali, a popular destination for those seeking a laid-back lifestyle .
Ukraine: Hacking high-street drones for warfare
High-tech drones are playing an increasingly important role in modern warfare. But the kind for sale off the shelf have become increasingly valuable in Ukraine's war.
Lord of the Rings series review bombed
Amazon’s "The Rings of Power" got a backlash for issues such as its cast being to diverse. Now they turned off the reviews on their website. Is it fair to silence perceived “review bombers” or shou...
NATO will 'never recognize' Russian referendums
NATO says it will never recognise Russia's referendums in occupied regions of Ukraine. The alliance has called on all states to reject what it's calling a blatant attempt at territorial conquest.
Russian-backed separatists vote in referendums
The referendums are taking place over five days in Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson. Kyiv and its Western allies say the vote's a sham - and an unlawful land grab.
Finland wants borders blocked as Russians flee
Russia is stepping up the mobilisation of army reservists as Ukraine's counteroffensive continues. This is pushing some Russians to try to flee the country. But crossing easily into Finland in the ...
Victims of migrant boat tragedy returned to Lebanon
Families of the 77 dead victims say conditions in the region are forcing people to make the perilous crossings from Lebanon towards Europe.
Will a far-right coalition win Italy's elections?
Voters in Italy are due to head to the polls and opinion polls project they could deliver the most right-wing government
Mahsa Amini, the woman behind Iran's unrest
Protesters in Iran are demanding an investigation into Amini’s death and the dismantling of the morality police.
Lighting up South Africa through solar power
Solar power could fill the gap in South Africa but the technology is expensive, however that could change.
'Spontaneous' pro-government rallies grip Tehran
After a week of anti-government protests, Iran's President Raisi called demonstrators the enemies of the state.
Brazil votes: Indigenous candidates target Bolsonaro stronghold
In Roraima, where two-thirds of people support the far-right president, Indigenous activists aim to halt illegal mining.
Beer-lovers return to Oktoberfest
In 2020 and 2021, the Oktoberfest could not take place due to the pandemic. This year, there are more guests than ever before.
NASA aiming for Artemis launch this week
Bloomberg's Loren Grush joins Ed Ludlow to get an update on the status of the Artemis launch after NASA did a Space Launch System test this week.