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Hong Kong protesters set midnight ultimatum
City's leader told to resign by end of Thursday or face stepped-up action including the occupation of buildings.
ISIL claims to have captured the western part of Anbar province, but pro-government fighters say the fight is ongoing.
Aid group says doesn't want $2.2m Australian donation because it needs medics in West African instead.
Turkish president's remarks clearest yet on possibility of joining US-led air strikes against ISIL.
Abdul Latif Siddique who called Hajj a "waste of manpower" dropped from cabinet after protests from opposition parties.
Despite 14-year struggle for a new mosque in the second-largest city, new roadblocks are erected at every turn.
Authorities and demonstrators have shown no inclination to yield despite growing economic damage and protest pressure.
Adam McCauley
Lebanese-born Rula Ghani may take cues from the modernising Queen Soraya, but she'll have to proceed with caution.
Amendments to Bahrain's Citizenship Act make it easier for the Interior Ministry to revoke individuals' citizenship.
One of the world's last hunter-gatherer tribes has been forced from the forest it called home by a major dam project.
Development and rights groups believe the aim is to free up land for Israel to expand settlements in the West Bank.
Chinese authorities scramble to cut off information on Hong Kong protests from reaching the mainland.
Al Jazeera has compiled an explainer to help understand the basic issues behind the push for Catalan independence.
Philip J Victor
Witness02 Oct 2014 10:28 GMT
The story of two women who leave their homes and families in the Philippines to teach at schools in the United States.
People & Power02 Oct 2014 10:28 GMT
What impact will America's oil and gas boom from fracking have on US power and global geopolitics?
Palestinians fear the old stone houses of Lifta, the last deserted pre-1948 Palestinian village, will soon be destroyed.
On the island of Sumbawa, children aged five to nine years old race horses - and often have the scars to show for it.
Thousands of Syrian Kurdish refugees have poured into the country amid an ISIL offensive in Kobani.
Residents of the Wadi Fukin village received eviction notices as Israel plans on further seizing 400 hectares of land.
Traditional live entertainment no longer drawing crowds hurting the performers' financial prospects and livelihood.
As rebel group gains ground in Sanaa, some residents remain defiant, intensifying the country's political divide.
Economic revival attracting Somali professionals, who have returned after years working and living abroad.
Government deposits $170m in local bank to meet interest payments, in move designed to bypass jurisdiction of US courts.
The European Organisation for Nuclear Research, the world's biggest particle physics lab, turns 60.
Used to shield demonstrators from tear gas and pepper spray, accessory has become motif for calls for political reform.
Government seeking to take back prime real estate in Athens where community of 300 Roma have lived for four decades.
High-speed rail network helped transport Asian country to the top tier of world economies after World War Two.
Your chance to be an investigative journalist in Al Jazeera’s new interactive game.
Al Jazeera looks at past achievements of Indian space agency ISRO which is being hailed for successful Mars mission.
Mangalyaan satellite enters red planet's orbit making India first Asian country to achieve this feat.
Ethnic violence has wracked China's restive Xinjiang region, leading to a tight government clampdown.
 
 
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