Rights body says it shut its operations due to a continuing government crackdown over the last two years.
PM Suga’s attempt to push cuts in telecommunications rates could lead to largest-ever offer for a Japanese firm.
Fiercest fighting in more than a quarter of a century rages in Azerbaijan’s ethnic Armenian enclave, killing dozens.
With one million deaths now recorded worldwide, the coronavirus pandemic is far from over.
As the global death toll from the coronavirus passes one million, Al Jazeera remembers some of those who have died.
David Daoud Wright ordered to 30 years in prison for conspiring to kill Pamela Geller, an anti-Muslim public figure.
Working on a deep sea fishing vessel was already dangerous, but the pandemic has made a bad situation worse.
The British brand distances itself from far-right group and halts North America sales of black-and-yellow polo shirts.
US sports betting companies are offering free-to-play contests on what will happen at Tuesday’s presidential debate.
Kentucky detective’s plea comes after grand jury indicted him on three counts of wanton endangerment.