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Three women share Nobel Peace Prize
A president and two activists honoured for their non-violent campaigns in Africa and in the Middle East.
Last updated: 07 Oct 2011 19:22 GMT
Arab activists spring for Nobel Peace Prize
Revolutionary figures from Egypt and Tunisia are seen as frontrunners for the annual award to be granted on Friday.
Last updated: 06 Oct 2011 14:05 GMT
Visions collide in a sweltering Tahrir Square
Protest designed to show Egyptians' unity exposed fundamental divisions within the country's society.
Last updated: 30 Jul 2011 15:15 GMT
When is Palestine's Arab Revolution?
Although Palestine seems absent from the Arab Spring, the unjust occupation was the straw that broke the camel's back.
Last updated: 25 Jul 2011 13:25 GMT
Arab revolutions mask economic status quo
Despite talk of a "new social contract", financial powers seek to maintain their grip on the poor of the Middle East.
Last updated: 10 Jun 2011 15:56 GMT
Online free speech vs private ownership
Unlike the town square, social media sites are privately owned and have rights over content that is posted.
Jillian C. York
Last updated: 01 Jun 2011 16:12 GMT
Other stories from Palestine
A group of young activists are taking action without taking to the streets, with an event called TEDxRamallah.
Last updated: 04 Apr 2011 15:07 GMT
Arabs blogging in defiance
Online dissenters risk harsh jail terms in Middle East - the region ranked highest in blogger arrests.
Jillian C. York
Last updated: 22 Mar 2011 14:17 GMT
Egypt: A revolution against neoliberalism?
If rebellion results in a retrenchment of neoliberalism, millions will feel cheated.
Last updated: 24 Feb 2011 20:27 GMT
Army urges Egyptians to end strikes
Military council calls on workers to play their role in reviving the economy after almost three weeks of turmoil.
Last updated: 14 Feb 2011 21:33 GMT
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Voting in the 'world's social media capital'
Indonesia's digerati could be crucial to success in the country's upcoming presidential election.
Socrates and the Corinthians' Democracy
How Brazil's football legend turned every Corinthians' match into a political meeting for democracy.
Thousands flee Pakistan's Waziristan conflict
As the Pakistani army battles Taliban forces, civilians in North Waziristan face an arduous escape for relative safety.
Gold rush for Nepal's ‘Himalayan Viagra’
Nepalese trade in a libido-boosting fungus is booming but experts warn over-exploitation could destroy ecosystem.
JOURNALISM UNDER FIRE
The slow death of Turkish higher education
A Kadir Yildirim
The myth of the caliphate and the Islamic State
Globalisation has not reached Somalia, but 'junglification' has
Afghanistan will not be the next Iraq
Artisanal gold mining's curse on West African farming
William G Moseley
China's new territorial assertiveness
Richard Javad Heydarian
In Pictures: Lyari trades guns for football
World Cup fever grips southern Pakistani town notorious for gang wars and drug peddling.
In Pictures: S Sudan's joyless anniversary
On the third anniversary of South Sudan’s independence the country’s humanitarian crisis is spiraling out of control.
In Pictures: Ramadan where the sun never sets
How do Muslims north of the Arctic Circle participate in Ramadan?
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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