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Algeria turns 'deaf ear' to border dispute
Morocco wants the border reopened for economic reasons, but the issue remains a low priority for Algeria, experts say.
Djamila Ould Khettab
Last updated: 31 Oct 2014 07:53 GMT
'Alienating Sinai no answer to terrorism'
As Egypt moves to demolish homes on the Gaza border, questions are raised on the effectiveness of the 'war on terror'.
Last updated: 29 Oct 2014 12:59 GMT
No Interpol warrant for Al Jazeera journalist
Global police body says Egypt's request for international arrest warrant against Ahmed Mansour "did not meet its rules".
Last updated: 28 Oct 2014 15:05 GMT
Prominent Egyptian blogger back behind bars
Abdel Fattah, a major voice of Egypt's youth activists, had been bailed on charges of organising illegal protests.
Last updated: 28 Oct 2014 13:28 GMT
Palestine film wins Qatar documentary prize
Film about childhood memories of a group of French citizens who lived in Palestine grabs top honours at film festival.
Last updated: 27 Oct 2014 12:03 GMT
Egypt jails 23 activists over protests
Demonstrators, some of whom had been pro-Sisi, sentenced to three years' jail over rally against anti-protest law.
Last updated: 26 Oct 2014 13:38 GMT
Egypt blames 'foreign hands' in Sinai attacks
President Sisi vows drastic measures against armed groups following Sinai attacks that killed 31 soldiers.
Last updated: 25 Oct 2014 23:12 GMT
Al Jazeera marks 300 days of staff jailing
Network marks grim milestone for its journalists jailed in Egypt by observing 300 seconds of silence on air.
Last updated: 25 Oct 2014 04:55 GMT
Al Jazeera staff held for 300 days in Egypt
Channel to air 300-second montage to mark key dates of judicial proceedings against journalists jailed in Cairo.
Last updated: 24 Oct 2014 12:12 GMT
Will Tunisia continue its democratic march?
Tunisians head to the polls on Sunday amid fears that voters have lost confidence in the country's quest for democracy.
Last updated: 22 Oct 2014 11:58 GMT
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Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
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Down and out in upscale Japan
Tokyo government claims its homeless population has hit a record low, but analysts - and the homeless - beg to differ.
3D printing and the future of disaster relief
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Protecting Mongolia's parent-less children
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