Palestinians in Gaza speak of life under Israeli occupation.
What is behind South Korea's rise in suicides?
11 Nov 2010 07:49 GMT | Africa, Kenya
Kenyan authorities have ordered the release of nine pirates because they claim to lack the jurisdiction to try them.
But the issue over who can prosecute for crimes committed in international waters is adding to the piracy problem in the region.
The question now is what happens to those suspects and convicts in Kenyan cells.
Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from the Kenyan city of Mombasa on the legal imbroglio.
Source: Al Jazeera
UN officials say pirates off the Somalia coast are outperforming the multimillion-dollar global effort to stop them.
Africa, Somalia, Yemen
Pirates claim to receive a record ranson of $9.5m for the release of Samho Dream, a South Korean oil supertanker.
Politics, Africa, US & Canada, India, Iraq
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Thanks to an innovative relocation programme, the Alameens' lives have changed dramatically after fleeing the war.
Refugees, Germany, Syrian crisis
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War & Conflict, United Kingdom, Middle East
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Rohingya, Human Rights, Weather
Critics lament New Delhi's fading pro-Palestinian stance at solidarity convention as Israel relations flourish.
Palestine, India, Gaza: After the war
Egyptian media say Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy returned to Tora prison after court finds them guilty.
#FreeAJStaff, Politics, Media, Middle East, Egypt
Night of mostly peaceful protests in Lebanese capital end in violence and arrests.
Middle East, Lebanon, Politics
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Health, Asia, South Korea
We follow the B'doul tribe of the ancient Jordanian city of Petra as they eke out a living in a modern-day tourist site.
Arts & Culture, Middle East, Jordan
Ahead of Malaysia's polls, the prime minister explains why he thinks defeat would be a 'disaster' for his country.
Politics, Malaysia, Asia
The comedian gives an insight into his street-smart Nigerian life as he gets his act together and grows his brand.
Arts & Culture, Africa, Nigeria