Jacqueline Head

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Ac­cu­sa­tions against Do­minique Strauss-Kahn look set to change so­ci­ety’s opin­ion on keep­ing politi­cians’ lives pri­vate.

Published On 16 May 2011
strauss kahn

News­pa­pers around the globe fo­cus on al-Qae­da chief’s end and ques­tion why he re­mained un­de­tect­ed for so long

Published On 3 May 2011

While many wel­come the news of bin Laden’s death, some res­i­dents of Kab­ul and be­yond are left with lit­tle to cel­e­brate.

Published On 2 May 2011
tora bora

As the op­po­si­tion move­ment gains mo­men­tum, con­cerns are raised over who or what could take over from pres­i­dent Saleh.

Published On 23 Mar 2011
Sanaa - YEMEN - Protests

Could mil­i­tary in­ter­ven­tion in Libya help pro-democ­ra­cy pro­test­ers or would it lead to big­ger prob­lems?

Published On 2 Mar 2011
fighter jet

As protests sweep Arab na­tions and reach fever pitch in Egypt, are we see­ing a rev­o­lu­tion of So­vi­et bloc pro­por­tions?

Published On 2 Feb 2011

Al Jazeera finds stu­dent pro­test­ers di­vid­ed over the vi­o­lent ac­tions of some of those demon­strat­ing against ris­ing fees.

Published On 24 Nov 2010
student protests london

A raft of tough aus­ter­i­ty mea­sures have gone large­ly un­chal­lenged by the UK pub­lic, Al Jazeera ex­am­ines why.

Published On 21 Oct 2010

Al Jazeera ex­am­ines the threat posed to peo­ple and the en­vi­ron­ment fol­low­ing a tox­ic waste spill in Hun­gary.

Published On 6 Oct 2010