The struggle of Syrian refugees in Lebanon
'Hijabi fashion' and social change in Turkey
05 Jul 2011 04:57 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, United States
A statue of the late American president Ronald Reagan has been unveiled at the US embassy in London.
It cost $1m and marks the centenary of Reagan's birth. But the statue has its critics.
Al Jazeera's Catherine Stancl reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
FoxNews.com alerts Secret Service after Twitter account used to post false claims that US president had been shot dead.
US & Canada, United States
Economic powerhouse may face prospect of plunging back into recession if political standoff continues.
Politics, US & Canada, United States
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Politics, Greece, Crime
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Humanitarian crises, Earthquake, Asia
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Elections, United Kingdom, Scotland
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Boko Haram, Nigeria, Africa
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War & Conflict
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Politics, Africa, Nigeria
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Environment, Myanmar, Asia
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Child rights, Malaysia, Human Rights