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Sri Lankans still searching for missing sons
UN considers independent inquiry into rights abuses in Sri Lanka war which left 100,000 dead and many missing.
Last updated: 26 Mar 2014 14:14 GMT
Issues on the FIFA Congress agenda
From tackling racism to addressing gender inequalities, those at the 63rd FIFA Congress will have plenty to talk about.
Last updated: 21 Mar 2014 22:47 GMT
Colombo summit overshadowed by rights row
Sri Lanka government criticised over alleged war crimes against ethnic Tamils as Commonwealth leaders meet.
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Last updated: 15 Nov 2013 12:06 GMT
Study finds growth not helping Africa's poor
Survey says African countries have failed to reduce poverty despite economic growth experienced over the past decade.
Last updated: 01 Oct 2013 16:37 GMT
Rwanda: A democracy in the making?
As Rwandans are heading to the polls, we ask whether these elections will be transparent, free and fair.
Last updated: 16 Sep 2013 14:36 GMT
Malawi report Keshi to FIFA for racism
After Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi calls Tom Sainfiet crazy and 'a white dude', the Malawi FA makes a complaint.
Last updated: 27 Aug 2013 20:46 GMT
US extends embassy closures
State department says 19 embassies in Middle East and Africa would be closed for up to a week "out of caution".
Last updated: 05 Aug 2013 02:36 GMT
Blatter takes up Palestinian plight
With travel restrictions placed on Palestinian players, FIFA President Sepp Blatter is aiming to highlight their cause.
Last updated: 07 Jul 2013 12:38 GMT
'Shut up' gaffe exposes envoy to criticism
Japan diplomat faces calls for resignation after video shows him telling delegates at a UN meeting to "shut up".
Last updated: 12 Jun 2013 10:35 GMT
First woman elected to FIFA's executive body
Burundi's Lydia Nsekera elected to serve full four-year term on executive committee of football's world governing body.
Last updated: 31 May 2013 20:38 GMT
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On the record: Journalism is not a crime
Colleagues of detained Al Jazeera journalists press demands for their release, 100 days after their arrest in Egypt.
Will the internet set us free?
Mehdi Hasan discusses online freedoms and the potential of the web with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.
Infographic: How India forms a government
A tight race seems likely as 814 million voters elect leaders in world's largest democracy next week.
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Journalism in Pakistan, a threatened existence
What was Rumi talking about?
Secret justice inside the EU courts
The failure of post-Soviet bloc democratisation
Women take on the 'confidence gap'
Should Finland join NATO?
In Pictures: Thailand's Songkran festival
Political divisions are forgotten as New Year is celebrated with a wet and wild nationwide water fight.
In Pictures: Residents mourn Aswan violence
Egyptians mourn in Aswan after several days of clan fighting earlier this month left 23 people dead and 40 injured.
In Pictures: Remembering Deir Yassin
Palestinians were met with Israeli indifference during march to commemorate 66th anniversary of Deir Yassin massacre.
Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
Egypt in Turmoil
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.
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