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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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'Enough is enough': US anti-racism protests
'Justice for All' demonstrations swell across the US over the deaths of African Americans in police encounters.
Uruguayans cautiously welcome former inmates
Six former Guantanamo detainees are now free in Uruguay with some hailing the decision to grant them asylum.
Australia's indigenous incarceration crisis
Disproportionately high number of Aboriginal people in prison highlights inequality and marginalisation, critics say.
Canada's sexual harassment at work problem
Nearly half of Canadians have suffered inappropriate advances on the job - and the political arena is no exception.
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