The struggle of Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Nigeria: Failed state or African superpower?
07 Oct 2011 15:40 GMT | Health, Sport
The NHL is a sport known for its big hits and aggression. However, the recent suicides of two former players has opened the debate of whether the consequences of the sport can be deadly. Al Jazeera's Farrah Esmail reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
After the crash that wiped out Russia's Lokomotiv Yaroslavl ice hockey team, thousands remember a former Slovak captain.
Human Rights, Sport, Germany, Russia, Slovakia
Crowds fill hockey stadium in Yaroslavl to pay respects to players and other passengers killed in Wednesday's accident.
Humanitarian crises, Europe, Russia
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Elections, United Kingdom, Scotland
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Boko Haram, Nigeria, Africa
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Elections, United Kingdom, Europe
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Religion, Uzbekistan, Russia
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War & Conflict, Middle East, Yemen
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Asia, Afghanistan, Law, Crime
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Politics, Israel, Palestine
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Child rights, Malaysia, Human Rights
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Environment, China, Wildlife
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Media, Africa, South Africa