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Al Jazeera Reporter Shireen Abu Akleh Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

Veteran Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, one of the satellite channel’s best-known reporters, was shot and killed on Wednesday while covering an Israeli military raid in the occupied West Bank. The broadcaster and two reporters who were with her blamed Israeli forces. Israel’s defense minister, Benny Gantz, promised a transparent investigation, and said he […]

Al Jazeera English Content Creators Unionize With SAG-AFTRA

Al Jazeera English content creators voted Wednesday to unionize with SAG-AFTRA, with the bargaining unit including both on-air and behind-the-camera workers.

Al Jazeera’s Key Source for Infamous Sports Doping Documentary Goes Missing

On Friday, attorneys for Al Jazeera told a judge that they had undertaken extensive efforts to locate their source Charlie Sly without success.

Al Jazeera Facing Ban in Israel

The Israeli communications minister announced that press cards for reporters would be revoked, cable and satellite transmissions would be shut down and its Jerusalem offices closed.

Saudi Arabia Drops Demand for Shuttering of Al Jazeera

The closure of the Middle East's biggest broadcaster has been removed from a list of requests as Arab diplomatics look to heal rifts with Qatar.

Decision on Al Jazeera’s Future Given 48-Hour Extension

Qatar now has until Tuesday to respond to a list of 13 demands from a coalition of neighbors led by Saudi Arabia amid a major diplomatic crisis.

Saudi Arabia Demands Qatar “Shut Down” Al Jazeera

The closure of the Middle East's most widely watched network is among a list of 13 demands tabled in a bid to end a major diplomatic rift.

Al? Jazeera’s Future in Peril Amid Rising Mideast Tensions

Qatar's $1 billion media giant is under threat as Saudi Arabia leads a blockade against a country Trump called a "funder of terrorism."

Cameraman Files $7.4M Suit Against Al Jazeera for Egyptian Terrorism Conviction

Mohamed Fawzi says he was wrongly convicted of terrorism in Egypt because the network failed to secure the proper journalistic permits and aired anti-government propaganda.

Al Jazeera to Slash 500 Jobs

The network described the cuts as part of a "workforce optimization initiative" tied to an evolving media landscape.

Imprisoned Al-Jazeera Journalist’s Memoir Being Developed for Big Screen

Paul Greengrass' producer Michael Bronner is writing the film adaptation of Mohamed Fahmy's upcoming 'The Marriott Cell,' with Amr Waked ('Lucy') set to star.

Peyton Manning Cracks Joke About Al Jazeera America Shutting Down

"I'm sure it's going to be just devastating to all their viewers."