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15 Jan 2014 03:04 GMT | Africa
Turkey's leaders are proposing a new law to tighten controls on the judiciary. Critics have called the move anti-democratic and authoritan.
Al Jazeera's Anita Mcnaught reports from Istanbul.
Source: Al Jazeera
Derelict oilfield caught in a war zone contaminating drinking water and threatening tens of thousands of civilian lives.
Environment, Humanitarian crises, War & Conflict
Pumping out 'hatred' and seeking out 'traitors', Russia's media accused of targeting government critics.
Politics, Human Rights, Media
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu delivers anti-Iran speech - but which way will Washington sway?
Politics, Middle East, United States
Human rights activists say the Bulgarian government is not properly investigating a growing number of hate attacks.
Human Rights, War & Conflict, Europe
Dozens more miners missing in explosion at the Zasyadko mine in rebel-held city of Donetsk, officials say.
Europe, Ukraine, Donetsk
Forces still moving in from three directions, despite being slowed by suicide bombers, sniper fire and booby traps.
War & Conflict, Iraq, Middle East, ISIL
One of India's biggest movie stars discusses his latest projects, his relationship with his fans, and politics in India.
Arts & Culture, Asia, Cinema
The untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia.
Asia Pacific, Australia, Lebanon
After decades of corrupt rule, will a Chinese community's remarkable experiment in grassroots democracy succeed?
Politics, Asia, China
The history of modern Syria is offering an intriguing and incisive perspective on the current war in the country.