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11 - 20
Egypt: A return to the old regime?
We examine how the former President Hosni Mubarak's release from jail will play out in the country.
Last updated: 24 Aug 2013 11:07 GMT
Updated: Experts reflect on Egypt's turmoil
A cross section of Middle East analysts discuss the implications of the latest wave of violence in Egypt.
Last updated: 23 Aug 2013 13:27 GMT
Aryeh Neier: 'Targets of spying'
Aryeh Neier is a human rights activist and the president emeritus of the Open Society Foundations.
Last updated: 21 Aug 2013 21:35 GMT
Egypt: Are foreign journalists lying?
We examine the accusations of bias and lack of objectivity against international media over coverage of recent events.
Last updated: 20 Aug 2013 09:03 GMT
Egypt army crackdown splits Morsi opponents
Violent reaction to anti-military protests spurs some coup supporters to join the Brotherhood in the streets.
Last updated: 19 Aug 2013 11:32 GMT
NATO risks unity over emerging technologies divide
Converging technologies are introducing new security challenges for NATO, and it's struggling with how to respond.
Last updated: 10 Aug 2013 13:49 GMT
The State Department and a tale of two coup-type things
The US has a history of being non-committal to defining coups when it goes against their interests, writes author.
Last updated: 09 Aug 2013 13:21 GMT
Egypt: The political deadlock
As Morsi supporters continue demonstrating on the streets of Cairo, we ask if efforts to solve the crisis have failed.
Last updated: 09 Aug 2013 10:19 GMT
Egypt coup spotlights local media complaints
Both sides of Egypt's political divide complain of media bias and some experts want a new code of conduct for reporters.
Last updated: 24 Jul 2013 11:39 GMT
Living in denial: US policy & Egypt’s military coup
The US must acknowledge that the overthrow of an elected government, replaced by military-appointed officials, is a coup.
Last updated: 15 Jul 2013 11:26 GMT
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Identity and Exile
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Mandela: The father of the Rainbow Nation
We asked South Africans to reflect on what Madiba meant to them. Hover over the mosaic to see the responses.
Life and times of Nelson Mandela
Trace the life of the former South African president, from humble beginnings as a cattle-boy to a revered leader.
In Pictures: Johannesburg celebrates Mandela
As officials from around the world attended his funeral average South Africans gathered in Johannesburg.
In Pictures: Koung Jor Shan refugee camp
Shan New Year celebrated for first time in Koung Jor Shan refugee camp.
In Pictures: Kiev's protesters
Demonstrators have occupied several buildings in Ukraine's capital, using them as bases for their struggle.
Two years since the start of the uprising, rebels and Assad's forces remain locked in conflict.
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.
News, features, opinions and picture galleries from the world's largest democracy.
Egypt campus: The people versus the regime - again
Talking Turkey: Orientalism strikes back
Guantanamo's secretive review boards
The 'long journey' to Palestine
FARC may have the answer to Colombia's drug woes
Tunisia's Black Book: transparency or witch-hunt?
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