Al Jazeera

The extraordinary order is believed to be the first time Israel has ever shuttered a foreign news outlet.
Al Jazeera correspondent Ismail al-Ghoul recalled his arrest by Israeli forces while covering the attack inside Gaza's largest hospital.
The killing of Wael Dahdouh's son Hamza, who was also a journalist, has elevated widespread anger over Israel's targeting of members of the press.
Camera operator Samer Abudaqa was killed while reporting at a school in the southern city of Khan Younis.
Gaza Bureau Chief Wael Dahdouh said it was his "duty" to return to work and cover the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, despite his massive loss.
Journalist Wael Dahdouh lost his wife, son, daughter and grandson in an attack on a refugee camp in the Palestinian territory.
The network has accused soldiers of intentionally targeting Shireen Abu Akleh, who was covering an Israeli military raid when she was shot dead in May.
Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was killed while doing her job.
Shireen Abu Akleh, a Palestinian and U.S. citizen, was covering the Israeli military in the occupied West Bank when the network said troops shot her in the head.
The well-known Palestinian veteran reporter, who was also a U.S. citizen, was known for covering the harsh realities of Israel's military occupation for decades.