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December 29 marks one year since Baher Mohamed, Mohamed Fahmy and Peter Greste were imprisoned on false charges.
Hundreds of passengers brought to safety after fire on vessel left seven people dead.
A Palestinian man has been killed and another injured at the Zaatara checkpoint in the occupied West Bank.
At least 21 people killed and 35 others injured in blast at tent in the Taji area north of Baghdad.
As NATO moves on, ordinary Afghans fear for their lives and livelihoods amid increasing Taliban attacks.
Low wages have attracted foreign players to the poor African country, but labourers are hoping for better salaries.
Al Jazeera spoke to psychologist Hasan Zeyada about the rise in mental health issues among Gazans since the summer war.
Amid government snooping, tiny Nordic nation hopes to brand itself as a safe haven for data privacy around the globe.
Jordanians are divided over the government's recent decision to end an eight-year moratorium on the death penalty.
Conflict in Yemen might turn into an all-out sectarian war, analysts warn.
Vandals smash electrical transformers to steal viscous fluid that's later sold as cooking oil for roadside stalls.
Threat of 'mass conversions' by Hindu far right groups causes fear among religious minorities in India.
Witness29 Dec 2014 16:04 GMT
One journalist is determined to help China's millions of migrant workers suffering from the deadly black lung disease.
Empire28 Dec 2014 16:17 GMT
Empire examines the allure of Brand America as American soft power continues to be unrivalled anywhere in the world.
It was a year ago today that Peter Greste, Mohammed Fahmy, and Baher Mohammed were arrested and imprisoned.
Eating spiders became widespread in the 1970s amid starvation brought on by the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime.
Seven months after its first Ebola case, the Turtle Islands have now become dependent on food aid.
Muslim fishing village was saved by a mangrove forest - and now efforts are under way to save it from developers.
Children are forced to work and earn money as parents struggle to provide for families amid raging war.
The threat of Boko Haram is growing in areas near Lake Chad with students afraid to attend school.
New application assists women by providing them with status updates on their pregnancy through text messages.
Moscow looks to its southern neighbour for business after relations with West soured over Ukraine crisis.
Continuing attacks in Nigeria by the armed group Boko Haram are affecting businesses in neighbouring Niger.
Researchers in the Netherlands say one kite can produce enough electricity to power 10 homes.
Charity group caring for many children left behind by imprisoned parents calls for more action against discrimination.
Local cooperatives mechanising production to match global demand for Morocco's Gold, prompting fear of job losses.
A look back at the stories that shaped our world.
Al Jazeera's guide to who's who among the top ranks of the Pakistani Taliban.
For the first time members of Kenya's counter-terrorism police admit to "eliminating" suspected Muslim radicals.
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