Central & South Asia
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11 - 20
Post-war misery dampens Gaza Eid spirit
Without running water, electricity, or livelihoods, many say there is little to celebrate on this holiday occasion.
Last updated: 04 Oct 2014 08:08 GMT
Palestinians risk death to flee Gaza
Palestinians paying people-smugglers thousands of dollars to escape blockaded region, but many never reach destinations.
Last updated: 29 Sep 2014 17:56 GMT
Fear and loathing on Ebola's front-line
Is the global fight against Ebola impeded by traditional beliefs and mysticism in West Africa?
Last updated: 28 Sep 2014 10:04 GMT
Inside N America's first Islamic art museum
Toronto's newly opened Aga Khan Museum aims to showcase Islamic civilisation's contributions to world heritage.
Last updated: 26 Sep 2014 11:58 GMT
Aznavour: The last of the polyglot humanists
France's beloved balladeer, after 70 years of exporting nostalgia and Gallic charm, now advocates for Iraqi refugees.
Last updated: 25 Sep 2014 07:01 GMT
Gaza struggles to rebuild as blockade remains
Israel blocks shipments of building materials to Gaza, accusing Hamas of wanting to rebuild tunnels.
Last updated: 22 Sep 2014 03:54 GMT
Whisky purveyors weigh in on Scotland vote
Spirits are high in Scotland's 'Whisky Capital of the World' with one distillery thirsty for independence.
Last updated: 18 Sep 2014 13:54 GMT
Palestinian discord slows Gaza rebuilding
Divisions in unity government hampering reconstruction process meant to be monitored by Palestinian Authority.
Last updated: 18 Sep 2014 11:53 GMT
Scottish independence: Yes or no?
Al Jazeera asked people across Scotland what they think about the prospect of splitting from the United Kingdom.
Last updated: 18 Sep 2014 10:26 GMT
War trauma dogs start of Gaza school year
The UN says children and teachers returning to school will require psychological support to deal with aftermath of war.
Last updated: 13 Sep 2014 23:47 GMT
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The photo controversy over indigenous people
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'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
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