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Turkey to go ahead with Istanbul park plan
Governing party-led municipality to push forward with redevelopment project that set off protests in May last year.
Last updated: 19 Nov 2014 17:15 GMT
Iraqi troops push back ISIL in oil-rich city
Fierce fighting continues between government forces and armed group in the northern city of Beiji.
Last updated: 10 Nov 2014 11:08 GMT
Iraqi army 'reaches centre' of oil city Beiji
Reports that army has entered northern city, near oil refinery where troops have been under siege by ISIL for months.
Last updated: 09 Nov 2014 19:45 GMT
Give us a break: Guinness Records turns 60
First published in 1955, global authority on record-breaking achievement recently unveiled its 60th anniversary edition.
Last updated: 11 Sep 2014 13:18 GMT
Yemen shakes up cabinet amid power protests
President orders cabinet changes as thousands protest about total shutdown of national grid following sabotage attacks.
Last updated: 11 Jun 2014 17:38 GMT
Ottoman history flows back into Gaza
Turkish government pays to restore centuries-old public fountain after learning of its link to the Ottoman Empire.
Last updated: 04 Jun 2014 11:21 GMT
Oman sets sights on tourism industry
Traditionally reliant on oil revenues, the Gulf country is making tourism a central plank of its economic strategy.
Last updated: 31 May 2014 09:36 GMT
Brunei: When Sharia serves the sultan and US media
Both the Sultan of Brunei and US media may be exploiting Sharia for their own purposes.
Last updated: 29 May 2014 13:58 GMT
Stars boycott hotels over Brunei Islamic law
Jay Leno and Ellen DeGeneres among those snubbing Brunei-owned Dorchester Collection over controversial new penal code.
Last updated: 06 May 2014 12:55 GMT
Brunei adopts 'phase one' of Islamic law
Sultan launches new penal code that will eventually include stoning, amputation and flogging as punishments.
Last updated: 30 Apr 2014 05:43 GMT
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The photo controversy over indigenous people
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