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ICYMI: This was our most-viewed video on Twitter this week 👇
Six dead in clashes between rival protesters in southern Iraq
Iran's President Rouhani accuses ‘mercenary’ Israel of killing a high-ranking Iranian nuclear physicist
Replying to @AJEnglish
Iranian scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, widely seen by Western intelligence as mastermind behind Iran’s efforts to develop nuclear weapons, was killed in an attack outside Tehran. Who was Mohsen Fakhrizadeh? ➡️
ICYMI: This was one of our most-read article on Twitter this week 👇
Kashmiris vote in local elections, first since autonomy revoked
.@UNSomalia's chief James Swan discusses if the conflict in Somalia is the United Nations’s biggest diplomatic failure.

▶️ Watch Has the UN failed Somalia? ➡️ [via @TalktoAlJazeera]
Al Jazeera English Retweeted ·  
“We have human and wildlife competing for the same space.”

What’s behind Kenya’s deadly human-elephant conflict?
Indian farmers continue anti-farm bills protests
Replying to @AJEnglish
Angry Indian farmers march against ‘pro-market’ laws — in pictures
"Dayee was undoubtedly one of the best journalists in Southern Afghanistan."

On November 12, Mohammad Ilyas Dayee became the latest journalist to be killed by a targeted car bomb near his home in Lashkar Gah.

Hear his story through @AJTheTake. 👇
“We have human and wildlife competing for the same space.”

What’s behind Kenya’s deadly human-elephant conflict?
Iran's President Rouhani accuses ‘mercenary’ Israel of killing a high-ranking Iranian nuclear physicist
Global coronavirus cases exceed 60 million.

For all COVID-19 news, follow our coverage here ➡️
Indian farmers continue anti-farm bills protests
Al Jazeera English Retweeted ·  
“Wild elephants who eat the rubbish die.”

Drone footage captures a herd of hungry elephants in Sri Lanka, looking for food at a landfill site ⬇️
As India faces a surge of COVID-19 cases big cities, its economic recovery is threatened
"If we want to have a shot at a fairer global economy, we need to start by decolonising the institutions of economic governance."— writes @jasonhickel for #AJOpinion
Critical levels of COVID-19 cases throughout India threaten to slow its economic recovery
Women journalists are facing a growing threat online and offline, by Jackie Harrison, Julie Posetti and Silvio Waisbord.
The internal combustion engine changed the world – but electric revolution might be its demise
The US announced sanctions on Chinese and Russian firms that support Iran’s missile programme
Al Jazeera English Retweeted ·  
"I like to play piano for animals that have had stressful lives.”

Meet the pianist serenading Thailand’s hungry monkeys struggling to find food amid the pandemic 👇
"Comparisons that are currently being made between African nations and Trump’s America may seem trivial and unimportant, but they have real-world consequences." — #AJOpinion, by @CalebOkereke
Why it is wrong to draw parallels between Trump and Mugabe
Al Jazeera English Retweeted ·  
📈 We round up the numbers to know from the week’s biggest economic and business news stories so you can impress yourself and your friends:
Al Jazeera English Retweeted ·  
This Turkish paraglider takes “airbed” literally by flying a giant bed attached to a parachute up in the sky to take a nap 🪂
Tens of thousands of angry India farmers march against ‘pro-market’ laws in New Dehli – in pictures
Brazil's President Bolsonaro has close ties to President Trump.

What will happen when Joe Biden takes over?
The “Timber Mafia” spark outrage due to illegal logging – in Romania’s ancient forests
Al Jazeera English Retweeted ·  
“[Fallible human beings] react in the hysterical, racist, and accusatory way that our current leader behaves,” says Star Trek’s @GeorgeTakei.

#WeNeedToTalk about the rising anti-Asian sentiment in America amid #COVID19.

▶️Watch the full episode:…
Honduras ex-President Zelaya was stopped at an airport over a bag of money, which he claims is not his
"Unfortunately, the UK’s track record on enforcing workers’ rights is abysmal; very few are enforced at all and many of those that are enforced are done so poorly." — #AJOpinion, by @MoyerLee
In reply to @AJEnglish
France’s President Macron ‘very shocked’ by police beating of Black man
Replying to @AJEnglish
French authorities detained four police officers under suspicion of ‘violence with a racist motive’ after beating a Black music producer
President-elect Biden called the climate crisis an “urgent national security issue”,

▶️ Watch 👉 [via @AJInsideStory]
In reply to @AJEnglish
PM Trudeau says most Canadians will get the COVID-19 vaccine by September
Replying to @AJEnglish
“We could be underestimating the level of damage that’s happening there." India's economy recovery is at risk due to surges in COVID-19 cases
In reply to @AJEnglish
Who was the assassinated Iranian 'mastermind' scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh?
Replying to @AJEnglish
Iranian scientist’s killing could derail any of President-elect Biden plans to restart diplomacy with Iran. How? 👉
" ... The US could play a vital role, but only if it radically changes course, not only from the Trump era but the policies that came before it. — #AJOpinion, by Kiiza Africa, Mamka Anyonaand and Siddhartha Mehta
Al Jazeera English Retweeted ·  
Jacqueline is an ambitious girl who dreams of making it big in life.

But success does not come easy to women living in Makoko, an impoverished community in Nigeria where violence against women is common. Get the full story: #16Days #Orangetheworld
Despite yearly artificial Christmas tree market growth, 2020 sees more Americans buying the real thing
Danish minister Mattias Tesfaye angers Muslims for his comments on sex before marriage for Muslim women
A US appeals court rejects yet another Trump lawsuit – blocking Biden from being declared the winner of Pennsylvania
"In the IMF, a British person’s vote today is worth 41 times more than a Bangladeshi’s vote, and 23 times more than a Nigerian’s vote." — #AJOpinion, by
Al Jazeera English Retweeted ·  
In reply to @AJListeningPost
▶️ Watch ‘Battle for the BBC’ featuring David Dimbleby, @paulmasonnews @ta_mills @janemartinson and others now on @AJEnglish 👉🏾
Iran diplomat Assadollah Assadi skips first day of trial for allegedly plotting to bomb an Iranian opposition rally
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