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Children killed in Homs double blasts
Twin bombings near a primary school in the central Syrian city kill at least 17 people, including 10 children.
Efforts continue to repel Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant fighters as they advance within 2km of Kobane.
Student leaders threaten to take over government buildings if autonomous region's leader does not resign by Thursday.
At least seven people killed and 21 injured in twin attacks, a day after signing of US-Afghan security pact.
Ex-Bosnian Serb leader admits 'moral responsibility' but rejects criminal charges in genocide that killed 8,000 Muslims.
Lebanese-born Rula Ghani may take cues from the modernising Queen Soraya, but she'll have to proceed with caution.
Amendments to Bahrain's Citizenship Act make it easier for the Interior Ministry to revoke individuals' citizenship.
One of the world's last hunter-gatherer tribes has been forced from the forest it called home by a major dam project.
Development and rights groups believe the aim is to free up land for Israel to expand settlements in the West Bank.
Chinese authorities scramble to cut off information on Hong Kong protests from reaching the mainland.
Al Jazeera has compiled an explainer to help understand the basic issues behind the push for Catalan independence.
Philip J Victor
India PM who was once denied US visa gets rousing welcome in New York as he holds talks with US president to boost ties.
Private citizens take initiative to help 'irregular' migrants, accusing governments of excessive focus on security.
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Environmentalists align with local tribes to stop the development of an open-pit taconite mine in the Penokee Mountains.
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The inspirational story of the daily lives of the deaf community of Gaza.
Palestinians fear the old stone houses of Lifta, the last deserted pre-1948 Palestinian village, will soon be destroyed.
On the island of Sumbawa, children aged five to nine years old race horses - and often have the scars to show for it.
Thousands of Syrian Kurdish refugees have poured into the country amid an ISIL offensive in Kobani.
Residents of the Wadi Fukin village received eviction notices as Israel plans on further seizing 400 hectares of land.
Government deposits $170m in local bank to meet interest payments, in move designed to bypass jurisdiction of US courts.
The European Organisation for Nuclear Research, the world's biggest particle physics lab, turns 60.
Used to shield demonstrators from tear gas and pepper spray, accessory has become motif for calls for political reform.
Government seeking to take back prime real estate in Athens where community of 300 Roma have lived for four decades.
High-speed rail network helped transport Asian country to the top tier of world economies after World War Two.
Recent poll shows incumbent president leading her closest rival Marina Silva ahead of voting on Sunday.
Thousands of displaced Iraqis fleeing the advance of ISIL have been forced to live in Erbil's public schools.
Teachers and children continue lessons outside building in Sanaa after Houthi gunmen deny them access to classrooms.
Your chance to be an investigative journalist in Al Jazeera’s new interactive game.
Al Jazeera looks at past achievements of Indian space agency ISRO which is being hailed for successful Mars mission.
Mangalyaan satellite enters red planet's orbit making India first Asian country to achieve this feat.
Ethnic violence has wracked China's restive Xinjiang region, leading to a tight government clampdown.
 
 
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