Refugees receive help in Slovenia
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Refugees receive help in Slovenia

Those allowed to cross into Slovenia were put on buses, taking them to reception centres…

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Conflict grips Yemen, one year on
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Conflict grips Yemen, one year on

Airstrikes by the Saudi -led coalition have killed at least thirty people in northern Yemen.…

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Vast farmlands left to dry as Indonesia’s drought worsens
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Vast farmlands left to dry as Indonesia’s drought worsens

Drought in southern Indonesia is forcing farmers to rely on government help to buy food…

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Kenya closes all public schools amid teachers’ strike
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Kenya closes all public schools amid teachers’ strike

Fourteen million public school children in Kenya have no class to go to because of…

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Canadians suffer with surge in lyme disease
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Canadians suffer with surge in lyme disease

A tiny insect is causing a lot of pain for patients in Canada. Lyme disease…

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Iraqis falling victim to scammers offering visa to Europe
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Iraqis falling victim to scammers offering visa to Europe

The United Nations says 80 percent of refugees now in Europe are from Syria, Afghanistan…

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Week’s most popular documentaries on Al Jazeera
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Week’s most popular documentaries on Al Jazeera

Catch up on some of the Al Jazeera English programme episodes you may have missed…

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Witness – Mexico’s fight for the future
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Witness – Mexico’s fight for the future

For decades, rampant violence and poverty have denied the youth of Mexico’s southwestern state of…

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My Nigeria – Femi Bamigboye: Local Man
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My Nigeria – Femi Bamigboye: Local Man

Femi Bamigboye is the coach and founder of the Remo Football Academy in the small…

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Puntland asks for help in pushing out al-Shabab
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Puntland asks for help in pushing out al-Shabab

The armed group al-Shabab has been pushed out of most of its major strongholds in…

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