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Egypt declares state of emergency in Sinai
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi issues order after 30 soldiers were killed in gun and bomb attack in the country's north.
Reyhaneh Jabbari was hanged on Saturday for killing a man she says tried to abuse her, despite international outcry.
WHO says many others could have been infected by two-year-old girl who travelled across country by bus before dying.
Students will conduct a poll asking protesters what they think of a government proposal aimed at ending demonstrations.
Party of outgoing President Mujica leading in polls but no party expected to secure enough votes to win in first round.
Discrimination on the rise in New York City as locals gossip about those who have lost entire families 7,000km away.
Unprecedented stance on Middle Eastern affairs is putting Canada 'on the map' for armed attacks, analysts say.
Massoud Hayoun
Biologist working to bring down the number of human deaths from encounters with Asian elephants through mobile phones.
Al Jazeera profiles what lies ahead for a country in transition, struggling to decide the democracy it should become.
3D printers can cheaply construct homes and could soon be deployed to help victims of catastrophe rebuild their lives.
US police took 7,000 illegal weapons off Chicago's streets last year, more than New York and Los Angeles combined.
Aaron Ernst
Pakistani Muslim religious leader, who led low-profile life in Canada, emerges as leader of anti-corruption movement.
Supreme Court rules son of Iranian-Canadian cannot sue Tehran after his mother was allegedly tortured to death.
101 East24 Oct 2014 09:25 GMT
We travel to remote Manus Island in Papua New Guinea to investigate Australia's refugee detention programme.
Fault Lines22 Oct 2014 07:45 GMT
As the US strikes ISIL targets in Iraq, we report from Erbil on the consequences of the latest foreign intervention.
Communist country is often described as the Hermit Kingdom, but government minders like to show a different side.
Traditional Chinese opera is one of the oldest performing arts in the world.
The olive oil industry, which supports thousands of families in occupied territories, is in decline.
Potters in India are struggling against Chinese competition during Diwali, the festival of lights.
Rebel group rejects government's demand to demobilise its forces and hand in its weapons.
Despite fears protest would damage city's reputation as a global business hub, blockade becomes a tourist attraction.
US says ISIL sells oil on the black market and using other illegal ways to access money and expand its operations.
Iraq army offensive to take back ISIL-controlled territory north of Baghdad marred by roadside bombs and explosives.
Freedom of speech resurrected following revolution nearly four years ago, but some journalists fear right is at risk.
United Nations accused of introducing cholera to the island state killing at least 8,500 people.
Refugees from northern Syria mourn those who have fallen in the month-long battle against ISIL.
Industrial agriculture blamed for terminal decline of California river.
Al Jazeera profiles what lies ahead for a country in transition, struggling to decide the democracy it should become.
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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