Central & South Asia
People & Power
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The Gulf's bright solar-powered future
Sunshine-rich GCC countries are investing billions in solar-powered energy.
Last updated: 23 Jan 2014 09:29 GMT
Gulf states try to tackle water woes
GCC countries plan to build a 2,000 kilometre pipeline costing $10.5bn to move water from Oman to Kuwait.
Last updated: 22 Jan 2014 12:05 GMT
Q&A: Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's lawyer
His client, a jailed al-Qaeda operative, releases a new manifesto arguing against the use of violence.
Last updated: 16 Jan 2014 12:13 GMT
Battle ramps up over Canada oil pipeline plan
Environmental risks outweigh potential economic gains of Northern Gateway, aboriginal groups say, as court fight looms.
Last updated: 10 Jan 2014 19:13 GMT
Cambodia garment worker strike unravels
National strike demanding higher wages has ended after crackdown, but union activists predict continued tension.
Last updated: 08 Jan 2014 00:02 GMT
Cambodians remember the 'Killing Fields'
Victory Day marks the January 7, 1979, liberation by Vietnamese forces, but not all are happy.
Last updated: 07 Jan 2014 19:00 GMT
Cambodia defends deadly crackdown on protests
Striking workers go back to work as government official says opposition's actions made police to crack down on protest.
Last updated: 07 Jan 2014 11:25 GMT
Cambodia detains land activists
The government has heightened security measures in an attempt to quell street protests.
Last updated: 06 Jan 2014 11:01 GMT
Cambodia opposition leaders summoned to court
Sam Rainsy and his deputy Kem Sokha have been summoned to Phnom Penh Municipal Court on January 14 for questioning.
Last updated: 05 Jan 2014 12:16 GMT
Cambodia garment workers' strike turns deadly
At least four people killed as security forces open fire on demonstrators in the capital, Phnom Penh.
Last updated: 03 Jan 2014 14:12 GMT
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Russia's Ukrainian minority under pressure
Ukrainians living in Russia are choosing to keep a low profile amid high tension between the countries.
Q&A: 'One day my son will be free'
Mother of jailed Al Jazeera journalist Abdullah Elshamy says her son's ordeal highlights the value of press freedom.
French minorities alarmed by far-right wins
French Jews and Muslims say recent National Front victories in mayoral races reflect rising xenophobia.
The white 'saviours' of the Arabs
Western fighters have streamed into the Middle East to help 'liberate' Arab countries such as Syria and Libya.
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The US Senate and the Armenian genocide
Climate change and the food security dimension
Minority communities and the mighty tweet
French jihadists in Syria and cyber-indoctrination
Armenian genocide: Turkey has lost the battle of truth
Eastern Ukraine: A new pawn in Putin's dangerous game
In Pictures: Clowning around in Lebanon camps
Volunteer clowns from Belgium's 'Clowns Without Borders' entertain children in Lebanon's refugee camps.
In Pictures: Myanmar's opium hotspot
A rebel militia in Myanmar's Shan state has been cracking down on drug production.
In Pictures: The Boston Marathon
Runners compete in race where last year a bombing left three dead and more than 260 people injured.
Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
Egypt in Turmoil
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.
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