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Syria's Civil War
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Trump suffers setback over healthcare bill
Portugal's lost generation of black 'foreigners'
Israeli officer caught on tape assaulting Palestinian
250 migrants feared dead in the Mediterranean Sea
Thousands hold vigil for victims of London attack
US general: Russia may be supplying Taliban fighters
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A 'new India' where fringe is the mainstream
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by Rosa Whitaker
by Cihan Sultanoglu
by James Denselow
by Peter Geoghegan
After making a harrowing journey across desert and sea to reach Italy, a Gambian man waits and hopes for asylum.
March signals the change of seasons around the world - and with that a change of weather.
The ancient festival of Newroz marks the first day of spring and the vernal equinox.
Emerald seekers scour Colombia's Muzo Valley, searching for the gem that could lift them out of poverty.
Arab carriers use electronics ban for clever marketing ads, garnering thousands of clicks and reactions online.
As negotiations on the war in Syria resume in Geneva, civil society groups say their voices are not being heard.
Fathy believed architecture was for the people. He designed houses to meet the needs of the families living in them.
Al Jazeera speaks to freed Palestinian prisoner, wanted by the US for helping in a Jerusalem cafe bombing 16 years ago.
by Ali Younes
Israeli occupation authorities shut down the private school a month ago, alleging an affiliation with Hamas.
by Nigel Wilson
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