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S Korea and the accidental spy
Was the quiet Chinese man a North Korean spy or is it the custom of intelligence agencies to frame innocent men?
Last updated: 16 Apr 2014 07:36 GMT
Cleared detainees remain locked up and judicial review boards continue to value dubious evidence.
Last updated: 05 Apr 2014 09:48 GMT
Sudan ends ban on newspaper but seizes others
Court overturns two-year shutdown of Al-Tayar but government orders lead to confiscation of six other titles.
Last updated: 06 Mar 2014 16:01 GMT
Police fire tear gas at Istanbul protesters
Thousands gather in Turkish city to denounce new laws increasing government control over the courts and the Internet.
Last updated: 23 Feb 2014 03:04 GMT
Moscow's struggle to protect nuclear material
US intelligence reports renew fears over Russia's weapons stockpile security.
Last updated: 18 Feb 2014 08:25 GMT
NSA and Obama: Yes, We Can
Why is President Obama so permissive with regard to excesses of US intelligence apparatus?
Last updated: 29 Jan 2014 10:16 GMT
Can Turkey's secularists defeat Erdogan?
Long an ineffectual opposition party, the CHP may now have a chance to chip away at AKP's political monopoly.
Last updated: 28 Jan 2014 12:41 GMT
Turkish probe marks AKP-Gulen power struggle
Recent corruption investigations reflect the rivalry between the ruling party and the influential conservative movement.
Last updated: 24 Dec 2013 14:05 GMT
N Korean leader's powerbroker uncle 'sacked'
South Korean intelligence reports suggest Kim Jong Un's influential uncle was dismissed from his posts.
Last updated: 03 Dec 2013 11:10 GMT
Is Sudan on the brink of another civil war?
Despite a lack of meaningful organisation by the opposition, the Sudanese are still protesting against the government.
Last updated: 27 Oct 2013 20:40 GMT
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The white 'saviours' of the Arabs
Western fighters have streamed into the Middle East to help 'liberate' Arab countries such as Syria and Libya.
Pakistan mulls tighter controls on madrassas
The Pakistani government is proposing reform of the nation's madrassas, which are accused of fostering terrorism.
Unravelling culture in Iraq's Kurdish region
Weaving and handicrafts are being re-taught to a younger generation of Iraqi Kurds, but not without challenges.
Surviving the post-employment economy
The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.
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Marx's last stand: Eastern Ukraine
Libya and the ICC: Courting chaos and confusion
Crimea, Nagorno-Karabakh and the Gordian Knot
Diba Nigar Goksel
Antagonising Iran: A strategic miscalculation?
Seyed Mohammad Marandi
Spain's rightward plunge
Cyberwars on the Korean Peninsula
In Pictures: The Boston Marathon
Runners compete in race where last year a bombing left three dead and more than 260 people injured.
In Pictures: Recounting horror of Rana Plaza
Suffering continues for survivors and victims’ families a year after the building collapsed in Dhaka.
In Pictures: Re-enacting Jesus' crucifixion
Easter celebrations in one Philippine village include re-enacting the events leading up to the death of Jesus.
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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