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05 Jan 2014 18:55 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, Japan
The first Bluefin tuna auction of the year has been held in Tokyo. The fish is a staple part of Japanese diet and prize specimens sell for tens of thousands of dollars.
Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
Japan proposes 15 percent cut in Bluefin catch as population dips by 96 percent over the years.
Asia Pacific, Japan
Officials say fishing fleets have already caught their full quota.
A year after the military seized power in a bloodless coup, critics appear to have been effectively silenced.
Politics, Asia Pacific, Thailand
Marriage equality vote generates the biggest human rights debate in Ireland's history.
Human Rights, Europe, Ireland
Military operations aside, governments are seeking to counteract the growing appeal of violent groups at its roots.
War & Conflict, Africa, Nigeria
Banned groups, along with their charitable and militant wings, operate freely despite sanctions.
War & Conflict, Asia, Pakistan
At least 21 people are killed after a suicide bomber detonates explosives during Friday prayers in Qatif province.
Politics, Middle East, Saudi Arabia, Shia
ISIL fighters capture the last border crossing with Iraq still held by the Syrian government
War & Conflict, Middle East, Syria, Iraq
A rare glimpse at traditional life in Algeria as we go behind the scenes at three weddings in the country's west.
Arts & Culture, Algeria, Africa
How developments in tidal technology are helping harness the power of a calm sea.
Environment, Science & Technology, Pollution
With refugees at risk of abuse and exploitation in Malaysia, 101 East investigates if those in charge are doing enough.
Human Rights, Malaysia, Myanmar
People & Power investigates whether rising ethnic tensions in Macedonia could result in civil conflict.
Politics, Macedonia, Europe