Palestinians in Gaza speak of life under Israeli occupation.
"The Islam of Timbuktu was taken hostage"
02 Feb 2012 17:25 GMT | Business & Economy, Sport, Golf, Qatar
Lee Westwood and Graeme McDowell are among the names fighting it out for a $2.5 million prize at the Commercialbank Qatar Masters. Al Jazeera's Robin Adams reports from Doha Golf Club.
Source: Al Jazeera
Battle for the Thailand Championship heats up as South African Charl Schwartzel charges down Lee Westwood at the top.
England's Lee Westwood follows up a career-best 60 with a second-round 64 at the Thailand Golf Championship.
Sport, Golf, China, India, South Korea
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Critics cry foul as production exploring youth radicalisation mysteriously pulled after police visit.
Censorship, United Kingdom, Human Rights
Calais is the most visible sign of France's refugee influx, but smaller camps scattered across the north are growing.
Refugees, Human Rights, War & Conflict
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Mental health, Religion, Poverty & Development
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Politics, Iran, United States
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Refugees, Europe, Hungary, Austria, Germany
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Lebanon, Middle East, Politics
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Arts & Culture, Africa, Nigeria
We look at the micro-blogging site and how it has changed the way breaking news is reported.
Media, United States, Twitter
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Health, Asia, South Korea
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Media, Middle East, US