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Afghan journalists will stop reporting on Taliban attacks - but will this local effort alone make a difference?
Hard-nosed pragmatism continues to govern relations between Russia and Turkey.
The break-up of the talks will open the way for intrigues by hardliners opposing the talks both in Iran and the US.
The development industry needs an overhaul of strategy, not a change of language.
Is disillusionment over the Arab Spring helping to swell the armed group's ranks?
Like Obama, Khamenei has to contend with his own set of hardliners who vehemently oppose Iran's nuclear talks.
A special episode to mark the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.
Acid attacks are rare in Iran and if politically motivated, they could be an alarming new message to reformists.
Huge crowds of pro-democracy protesters defy government calls to go home, bringing city's key districts to a standstill.
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, we ask our guests, is neoliberalism undermining European democracy?
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