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09 Oct 2010 21:09 GMT | Poverty & Development, Asia Pacific, Australia, India
Police in Australia have been caught up in another scandal, just days after a video surfaced showing an unarmed Aboriginal man being tasered 13 times.
This time it's over a racist email circulated by police officers about Indian students in Victoria state. The incident has caused outrage in India.
Al Jazeera's Anu Nathan reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
Heats underway in the pool at Commonwealth Games as negative stories mostly give way to sports news in New Delhi.
Sport, Australia, China, India, New Zealand
Fear of disease contributes to withdrawal of several big names as ability of Commonwealth Games to go ahead in doubt.
Sport, US & Canada, Australia, Canada, China
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Pakistani researcher takes an innovative - and dangerous - approach to change the controversial blasphemy law.
Religion, Pakistan, Asia
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Crime, Women, Racism
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War & Conflict, Afghanistan, Taliban
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Religion, History, Russia
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Humanitarian crises, Asia, Nepal, Earthquake
Executions of nine drug convicts loom as Indonesia dismisses plea by Australia to investigate judicial corruption.
Human Rights, Australia, Asia Pacific, Drugs
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Environment, Science & Technology, US & Canada
The story of a young Chinese woman who sells her time online to earn money by helping strangers with their errands.
Business & Economy, Human Rights, China
Fault Lines investigates how the US helped create the world's newest nation, and then watched it spiral into civil war.
War & Conflict, Politics, South Sudan
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War & Conflict, Politics, US & Canada