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One man's shot at saving the Everglades
Clyde Butcher's photographs have been raising awareness about the destruction of the "sea of grass" since the 1980s.
Last updated: 08 Jun 2014 19:52 GMT
Chiefs favourites for Super Rugby final
ACT Brumbies need a first class display to have any hope of beating defending champions Waikato Chiefs.
Last updated: 01 Aug 2013 13:31 GMT
Pluto's underworld of controversy and hidden danger
We should take the discovery of Pluto's new moons seriously due to naming conventions and as a spacecraft hazard.
Last updated: 09 Mar 2013 13:07 GMT
US democracy: The power of money
Just how much does money distort the political process?
Last updated: 02 Dec 2012 12:52 GMT
A look at the first female ever elected head of a Muslim state.
The Fabulous Picture Show
Last updated: 08 Dec 2010 13:24 GMT
How the financial bubble burst
Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds examines the roots behind a week of global financial turmoil.
Rob Reynolds, Al Jazeera's senior Washington correspondent
Last updated: 25 Sep 2008 04:10 GMT
Aborigines in UK to stop bone tests
Leaders visit High Court to stop scientific tests on ancestors' skeletal remains.
Last updated: 20 Feb 2007 10:48 GMT
The mystique of Brazil's Robin Hood
For some he is a Robin Hood, for others - with his partner-in-crime Maria Bonita - he represents South America's Bonnie and Clyde.
Gibby Zobel in Alagoas, Brazil
Last updated: 01 Mar 2006 11:52 GMT
God and the US presidential election
During a 2000 Republican presidential primary debate, then Texas Governor George Bush cited Jesus Christ as his favourite political philosopher.
Benjamin Duncan in Washington, DC
Last updated: 30 Mar 2004 14:11 GMT
Bush tied to protectionist votewinner
Despite President George Bush's decision this week to lift his controversial steel tariffs, US trade analysts say they are sceptical he has made a clean break from protectionism.
Last updated: 05 Dec 2003 22:08 GMT
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Displaced CAR Muslims in dire straits
UNHCR says hundreds of people trapped in Yaloke town risk death if they are not evacuated to safety urgently.
'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.
JOURNALISM UNDER FIRE
A letter to the Macedonian legislators
Race and economics in Hollywood casting
The generational change in US-Cuba relations
From Panama to Ferguson: Countering the devaluation of black lives
Janvieve Williams Comrie
'I dream of a job, a school, a home'
The crisis in Iraq: Was the rise of ISIL a surprise?
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