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Counting the dead in South Sudan
Recent massacres in Bor spawn calls to document evidence and hold perpetrators to account.
Erdogan: Turkey's role in the Middle East
The Turkish prime minister shares his views on the war in Syria, the coup in Egypt and relations with Israel and Iran.
Water pipe ban lights up Jordan's smokers
Enforcing a ban on argileh, or shisha, re-ignites the smoking debate in Amman's cafe culture.
Meltdown: After the fall
Some responded with denial, others by rethinking capitalism, but who is preparing for the next crisis?
Sex, lies and diplomatic cables
'Cablegate' has provided the Arab public with an insightful peek into the inner circles of their respective states.
Israel 'welcomes' WikiLeaks info
Arab leaders, like Israel, are deeply concerned about Iran's nuclear programme, documents say.
Wiki weakens Iran war drive
The Saudi endorsement could be the kiss of death for Netanyahu's push for a military strike on Iran.
WikiLeaks: Curbing Korean chaos
Drawing quickfire conclusions on the basis of leaked cables could lead to an escalation in regional tension.
WikiLeaks: Breaking the Law or Media Freedom?
Assange fears US indictment
WikiLeaks founder says he believes a secret grand jury is investigating him a day after he is released on bail.
The US is after our integrity
Al Jazeera's director-general says cables questioning the channel's independence must be challenged.
Swiss bank closes WikiLeaks account
Bank account for whistleblowing website is frozen, the latest in a string of setbacks including disconnected servers.
US regrets diplomatic cables leak
Clinton calls it "an attack on the international community" and said those responsible will not be spared.
Leaks damage Ibero-American ties
WikiLeaks release of US diplomatic cables dominates Ibero-American summit.
US spokesman responds to spy claims
Diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks apparently orders US diplomats to spy on UN staff.
Assange legal position explained
WikiLeaks founder faces legal backlash after releasing confidential US cables.
US ponders action over leaked memos
The United States says it may take legal action against those behind "US Embassy Files" revelation.
Julian Assange and the 'red notice'
We look at who could press charges against the WikiLeaks founder for leaking thousands of classified US documents.
Losing friends in Moscow
How will revelations that senior US officials called Russia a "mafia state" impact already temperamental relations?
The world of WikiLeaks
How will the release of millions of classified US documents impact international relations?
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