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Monarch butterfly numbers continue to fall
For the third straight year, the number of butterflies that migrate from the US and Canada to Mexico have declined.
Last updated: 14 Mar 2013 12:04 GMT
Aurukun: Mining for a future
One determined aboriginal woman fights for her destitute community's share in Australia's mining profits.
Last updated: 04 Jul 2012 16:12 GMT
US president to visit fortified Korean border
Known as the DMZ, the world's last Cold War frontier separates the capitalist south from communist north.
Last updated: 21 Mar 2012 02:07 GMT
Battle for 'birthplace of the sun' in Mexico
A struggle for a UNESCO-recognised site unfolds between Canadian mining companies and the Wixarika people in Mexico.
Tracy L. Barnett
Last updated: 28 Oct 2011 09:17 GMT
Inter-Korean tension soars
Fresh artillery fire from North Korea heard, raising fears that the peninsula is on the brink of war.
Last updated: 26 Nov 2010 15:46 GMT
Clash of the Koreas
What are the risks of a new war erupting on the volatile Korean Peninsula?
Last updated: 25 Nov 2010 08:48 GMT
N Korea opens up to foreign media
Journalists granted an unprecedented access as the secretive country marks 65 years of communist rule.
Last updated: 10 Oct 2010 15:12 GMT
Peering into North Korea
We look at the media landscape in the world's most secretive state, plus the challenges facing Zimbabwe's journalists.
Last updated: 09 Oct 2010 09:48 GMT
China's Korean balancing act
China's delicate relationships on the Korean peninsula suffer in row over sunken ship.
Last updated: 30 May 2010 11:19 GMT
Dirty little secrets
Al Jazeera investigates claims that the US used germ warfare during the Korean War.
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Last updated: 04 Apr 2010 11:25 GMT
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Hopeful Georgia takes baby steps towards EU
Preliminary deal with the European Union would bring the post-Soviet country closer to the Western bloc.
Dubious wisdom: Assad's waiting game
Lacking his father's political cunning, Bashar al-Assad can thank the hard work of others for his survival.
Identity and Exile
Al Jazeera's Matthew Cassel examines why so many American Jews defend Israeli policies regardless of the issue or cost.
Egypt's wave of painkiller addiction
An opiate called tramadol has become increasingly popular in Egypt, but many are unaware of its dangers.
Infographic: Keeping Palestinians occupied
The number of Israeli settlers in the West Bank has doubled since the Oslo Accords were signed 20 years ago.
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Two years since the start of the uprising, rebels and Assad's forces remain locked in conflict.
Lulu: Fake feminism for the 'hashtag generation'
Zeynep Zileli Rabanea
Diaoyu islands: Torn between two countries
Pakistan's most powerful man?
Malik Ayub Sumbal
The best option to settle the CAR crisis?
Why was Arafat killed?
In pictures: A tale of three cities
We investigate how three key Afghan cities are being affected by the gradual withdrawal of American troops.
'Hotels of death' in Indian holy city
Designated hotels in Varanasi cater to only the old and the infirm, waiting to die and attain "salvation".
In pictures: Ukrainian protesters set up camp
In the largest demonstration since the Orange Revolution, protesters vow to occupy central square until demands are met.
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