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Gaza Fixer: A chronicle of survival
27 Sep 2010 10:22 GMT | Arts & Culture, Latin America, Brazil
Many young Brazilians who live in the country's violent slums are turning to music to fight poverty. For them, music offers a way out of their miserable existence. Some young men in Vigario Geral, one of Rio de Janeiro's most violent slums, are studying music with the help of a non-governmental organisation that is struggling to give young people an opportunity in life. Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from the favella.
Source: Al Jazeera
As celebrations kick off marking 50 years of diplomacy, an increasing number of Germans is expressing negative views.
War & Conflict, Human Rights, Politics
Individuals and the state are brainstorming different debt strategies, but almost all are out of line with EU lenders.
Business & Economy, Politics, Poverty & Development
Poisoned waters and illegal fishing drove Somalis into sea piracy to feed families, according to relatives.
Human Rights, Poverty & Development, Environment
Italy's 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate is believed haul in more revenue than many Fortune 500 companies.
Italy, Crime, Europe
Thousands of troops, Shia militia and armed Sunni tribesmen launch large-scale offensive, Iraqi state TV reports.
War & Conflict
Secretary of State Kerry says speech should not be a "political football" as Israel PM arrives in US to talk about Iran.
Politics, Middle East, US, Barack Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu
The System examines two cases where prosecutorial misconduct may have led to wrongful imprisonment.
Crime, Law, United States
The FIFA presidential candidate explains why he is challenging Sepp Blatter and how he plans to reform the organisation.
Sport, Middle East, FIFA
The music of the Algerian Sahara, known as Ahalil, is a key part of a way of life that has survived for centuries.
Arts & Culture, Algeria, Music
People & Power investigates how a match-fixer and his syndicate corrupted global football.
Sport, Football, Corruption