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We unravel years of crime, corruption and impunity
03 Nov 2013 18:18 GMT | Africa
Malian refugees in Mauritania are complaining that they are not receiving essential food supplies at the Mberre camp.
Doctors also say there is a high rate of disease among children there because of malnutrition.
Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports.
Refugees pour into neighbouring Mauritania where camps are already dangerously overcrowded.
Politics, Africa, Mali, Mauritania
Witnesses describe executions, amputations and use of child soldiers, as UN warns of up to 700,000 more refugees.
Africa, Algeria, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Mali
US braces for Israeli prime minister's polarising challenge to Obama on Iran in controversial speech to Congress.
Politics, Middle East, US
Human rights activists say the Bulgarian government is not properly investigating a growing number of hate attacks.
Human Rights, War & Conflict, Europe
Defectors have turned to floating soap operas - even Hollywood movies - into the North to stir up 'regime change'.
Human Rights, Asia, North Korea
With modern communication technology failing to halt the disease's spread, traditional healers have stepped in to help.
Health, Africa, Guinea
Iran's vice president describes Israeli PM's speech criticising US policy towards Tehran as "deceitful and desperate".
At least one miner dead and dozens more missing in coal mine explosion in rebel-held city of Donetsk, officials say.
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