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Western fascination with 'badass' Kurdish women
The media frenzy over the women fighting ISIL is bizarre, myopic, orientalist and cheapens an important struggle.
Last updated: 29 Oct 2014 10:20 GMT
Kurds 'repulse ISIL push' in Syria's Kobane
Kurdish fighters endure fourth day of ISIL attempts to take border crossing into Turkey, despite US-led air strikes.
Last updated: 26 Oct 2014 20:03 GMT
Divided Brazil to vote for next president
Polls show leftist incumbent Dilma Rousseff and challenger Aecio Neves in a tight race ahead of polls on Sunday.
Last updated: 26 Oct 2014 02:29 GMT
Back to the polls for Brazil's president
Sunday's vote is expected to be one of the most hotly contested presidential elections in the country's history.
Last updated: 25 Oct 2014 11:13 GMT
Brazil presidential rivals face off in debate
President Dilma Rousseff and challenger Aecio Neves in heated final debate before voters head to polls on Sunday.
Last updated: 25 Oct 2014 06:51 GMT
Water crisis squeezes Sao Paulo state
Record-breaking heat in Brazil leaves some of Sao Paulo state's 44 million residents scrambling for clean water sources.
Last updated: 18 Oct 2014 05:04 GMT
A Syrian town caught between what's right and what's political.
Last updated: 15 Oct 2014 08:38 GMT
North Korea Kim's no-show fuels speculation
After more than a month out of public eye, Kim Jong-un misses major event, but not first time he's been absent.
Last updated: 10 Oct 2014 06:31 GMT
N Korea official admits use of labour camps
Foreign ministry official acknowledges for first time the existence of "reform through labour" camps but denies abuses.
Last updated: 08 Oct 2014 09:43 GMT
Brazil's president to face run-off poll
Incumbent Dilma Rousseff wins 41.5 percent of votes to rival's 33.6 percent, leading to October 26 runoff.
Last updated: 06 Oct 2014 12:53 GMT
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Rising tide of UK anti-immigrant sentiment
Swathes of the British electorate continue to show discontent with all things European, including immigration.
A glimpse into the universe's oldest galaxies
Astronomers have captured images of primordial galaxies that helped light up the cosmos after the Big Bang.
The photo controversy over indigenous people
Critics assail British photographer's portrayal of indigenous people, but he says he's highlighting their plight.
'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
As Western stars re-release 1980s charity hit, many Africans say it's a demeaning relic that can do more harm than good.
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US sectarianism: A nation still divided
Khaled A Beydoun
A very secular jihad
Ferguson exposes a crisis in the US
Jason A Johnson
Iran talks: Hardliners and the shifting deadline
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