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Star Wars meets Malaysia's arts renaissance
Malay artists revitalise the art of puppeteering by fusing tradition with modern characters such as Darth Vader.
Last updated: 22 Sep 2014 13:29 GMT
George Town festival
Indigenous musicians gather in Malaysia
festival celebrates ethnic music
Massive climate march puts leaders on notice
About 500,000 participated around the globe in the Peoples Climate March, and Al Jazeera spoke to some in New York.
Last updated: 22 Sep 2014 09:39 GMT
Sri Lanka accused of trying to gag NGOs
Transparency International claims government letter to groups banning press conferences is an effort to silence them.
Last updated: 22 Sep 2014 08:59 GMT
Sweden immigrants dismayed by far-right gain
Anti-immigration Sweden Democrats party - with roots in the neo-Nazi movement - recently won 12.9 percent of the vote.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2014 20:37 GMT
Profile: Ashraf Ghani
Ghani, a career academic and economist and ex-finance minister in Hamid Karzai government, named Afghan president-elect.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2014 15:31 GMT
Profile: Abdullah Abdullah
Former foreign minister agrees to share power with rival Ashraf Ghani who has been announced as Afghan president-elect.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2014 15:11 GMT
Mass murder on the Mediterranean high seas
A fishing trawler carrying 500 migrants across the Mediterranean was rammed by another boat, causing hundreds to drown.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2014 13:34 GMT
One man's struggle to heal Gaza's children
Palestinian doctor who lost three daughters in previous Gaza war is fighting to bring 100 wounded kids to Canada.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2014 13:05 GMT
Obama launches bid against sexual assault
'It's On Us' campaign urges young men to speak up and stop assaults on fellow students before they happen.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2014 10:18 GMT
Ugly truth behind global beauty industry
Top cosmetic brands rely on Indian children working in illegal mines to extract mica, key ingredient in makeup products.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2014 09:59 GMT
What's next for WikiLeaks?
Anti-government secrecy organisation struggling for relevance without Julian Assange at the helm.
Last updated: 20 Sep 2014 14:18 GMT
Fish-hungry Japan slashes tuna catch by 50%
After decades of overfishing, Japan is taking aim at increasing the number of bluefin tuna in the ocean.
Last updated: 20 Sep 2014 11:17 GMT
China plans world's largest supercollider
Chinese scientists are designing a particle-smashing collider so massive it could encircle a city.
Last updated: 20 Sep 2014 08:14 GMT
Are Myanmar's reforms backsliding?
Critics say the government is going full-steam ahead on economic recovery at the expense of human rights.
Last updated: 19 Sep 2014 09:23 GMT
Denmark introduces rehab for Syrian fighters
An innovative rehabilitation programme offers Danish fighters in Syria an escape route and help without prosecution.
Islamic State fears take hold in Netherlands
Street tension between radical Muslims and Holland's hard right rises, as Islamic State anxiety grows.
Interactive: Drawdown in Afghanistan
Take an immersive look at the challenges facing the war-torn country as US troops begin their withdrawal.
Ugandans baffled by sleeping ministers
Ministers and MPs caught on camera sleeping through important speeches have sparked criticism that they are not working.
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