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What's behind the spike in Saudi beheadings?
In the opening weeks of August, Saudi Arabia carried out more than one execution per day, human rights groups say.
Last updated: 02 Sep 2014 18:15 GMT
Can harsh sentences bring stability?
Egyptian judiciary stands accused of being a tool used by the military to crackdown on anti-coup activists.
Last updated: 03 May 2014 19:08 GMT
Asia’s pollution triggers storms in the USA
A new study find a link between smog in China and the weather in North America.
Last updated: 16 Apr 2014 09:36 GMT
Can new security laws end the violence?
Faced with a rising wave of attacks, the Egyptian government takes a tougher stand.
Last updated: 05 Apr 2014 21:20 GMT
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
Arizona: Shoot first, ask questions later
The self-described "toughest sheriff" in America is at it again, and this time his posse will be patrolling schools.
Last updated: 03 Feb 2013 16:52 GMT
Deadly shooting near Texas campus
Gunman has shot and killed a police officer and a civilian near a university in the US state of Texas.
Last updated: 14 Aug 2012 05:07 GMT
Rick Perry: Too big to fail?
As the race for the US presidency begins, another Texas governor has emerged as a leading contender.
Last updated: 31 Aug 2011 13:45 GMT
Iraq vows to fight Blackwater case
Relations between the US and Iraq are likely to fray without a guilty verdict, Iraq says.
Last updated: 04 Jan 2010 10:10 GMT
Famed food scientist Borlaug dead
US geneticist Norman Borlaug, credited with developing high-yield crops, dies aged 95.
Last updated: 13 Sep 2009 13:17 GMT
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Ugandans baffled by sleeping ministers
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In Pictures: Kashmir copes with floods
Volunteers spring up across Srinagar city to help overcome worst flooding in century amid fear of disease outbreak.
In Pictures: Water still a luxury in Ethiopia
While 52 percent of Ethiopia's people have access to improved water, only 10 percent have water piped into their homes.
In Pictures: Floods ravage Pakistan
Al Jazeera visits Multan in Pakistan which has been inundated with floodwaters affecting more than 2.2 million people.
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