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US weighs 'Iraqi request for more advisers'
Official says request came up in meetings with Iraqi officials as battles with ISIL continue on Iraqi and Syrian fronts.
Protesters demand Shia fighters leave Sanaa as deadline to form new government passes without political agreement.
Ben Bradlee led Washington Post investigation that toppled President Richard Nixon and brought newspaper new respect.
More than 50 doctors due to arrive in Monrovia as WHO says it hopes to develop serum from recovered patients' blood.
No progress made as student leaders and government officials hold talks aimed at ending street protests.
Farmers grew a record 209,000 hectares of poppy in 2013, raising questions about $7.6bn US counter-narcotics efforts.
Michael Pizzi
Syrian town grabs all the headlines in fight against ISIL - but does it really matter?
Lack of child protection laws means abandoned and orphaned kids rely heavily on the care of strangers.
UN officials 'shocked' by Detroit's mass water shutoffs, urging city to immediately resume service for poor residents.
Laura Gottesdiener
The Tunisian elections will be held amid growing frustration over the country's Islamist-secular divide.
Yemen’s southern secessionists will revive plans for independence amid internal divisions and Houthi ascendency.
At least 25 tax collectors have been killed since 2012 in Mogadishu, a city awash in weapons and abject poverty.
Rights groups allege rise in number of opposition leaders being abducted by state agencies amid lack of accountability.
Fault Lines22 Oct 2014 07:45 GMT
As the US strikes ISIL targets in Iraq, we report from Irbil on the consequences of the latest foreign intervention.
Viewfinder21 Oct 2014 09:29 GMT
In the world's richest casino city, Macau, 18-year-old student Chi-on is gambling with his education.
Not many see Haiti as tourist haven, but work is under way to attract surfers to a destination with alternative flair.
North Korea is a reclusive state but Al Jazeera was granted access to portray daily life in the Northeast Asian nation.
Torrential rain, strong winds and snow cause widespread disruption in Australia.
Ongoing turmoil has stymied the growth of Paralympic sports in the West Bank, but organisers are working to change that.
New York state accused of falling short on guarantee that everyone has right to lawyer, even if they cannot afford one.
One-day walkout at Frankfurt airport by Lufthansa's long-haul pilots forces 1,500 flights to be cancelled.
Pakistan is developing new sources of power to help tackle a massive energy shortfall.
A week after cyclone Hudhud decimated entire villages, local residents are scraping by without basic staples.
Macau's attempts at starting protests related to those in Hong Kong have failed and ensured its dependency on China.
National budgets for internal security see a massive hike over growing fears of internal threats.
Kirkuk governor asks US-led coalition to launch strikes against ISIL fighters who are advancing on the region.
One of the most bio-diverse places in the world is at risk as work begins to remove oil from an untouched corner.
Mobile phone companies are all vying for market share in India, with 1.2 billion people.
Compared to other diseases, Ebola is not especially contagious - but has a far higher fatality rate and no proven cure.
Pinpointing military and humanitarian aid from nations in the international struggle against the armed group.
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