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19 Aug 2013 16:56 GMT | Science & Technology, Europe, United Kingdom
Social networking site Ask.fm says it will introduce new measures to tackle cyberbullying.
It was criticised after the deaths of at least two British teenagers who had used the site.
Al Jazeera's Harry Smith reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
British PM asks internet users to not to use certain social networking sites, after a teenage girl committed suicide.
Science & Technology, Europe, Latvia, United Kingdom
Critics say the UK's home secretary is using Muslims as a 'political punchbag' in a bid to shore up right-wing support.
Human Rights, Politics, Racism
2014 was the worst year in more than a decade for polio infections, with at least 306 new cases reported.
Polio, Asia, Pakistan
Recent court ruling finds police unit not guilty of rounding up and executing 42 Muslim men during 1987 communal riots.
Human Rights, India, Asia
Nigerians are flooding home for Saturday's vote, but fears of violence grow amid the too-close-to-call election.
Nigeria Decides, Nigeria, Africa
Yemen's president calls on rebels to surrender their arms and for their leaders to turn themselves in at Egypt meeting.
War & Conflict, Middle East
Dozens reported killed by suspected Boko Haram fighters in the northeast as millions turn out in tight poll.
It is a source of sustenance but also of tension and new political realities are now increasing uncertainty.
Egypt, Sudan, Middle East
A media post-mortem into the UK's surveillance report. Plus, why five years on in Argentina the media looks so familiar.
Media, Edward Snowden, Security
The untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia.
Asia Pacific, Australia, Lebanon
How to keep a telenovela profitable and demanding sponsors happy while inspiring the production team to stay passionate.
Arts & Culture, Mexico, Latin America