Blast hits outside mosque in Yemeni capital Sanaa
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Blast hits outside mosque in Yemeni capital Sanaa

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group has claimed responsibility for a…

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Al Jazeera journalist condemns detention in Germany
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Al Jazeera journalist condemns detention in Germany

Ahmed Mansour, a senior Al Jazeera Arabic TV journalist, was detained at a Berlin airport…

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Iraqi refugees return to Tikrit after ISIL ouster
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Iraqi refugees return to Tikrit after ISIL ouster

Residents of the Iraqi city of Tikrit have started to return home – three months…

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UN appeals for billions in aid for Yemen
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UN appeals for billions in aid for Yemen

The UN is appealing for humanitarian aid from the international community after UN-brokered efforts to…

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Talk to Al Jazeera – Valerie Amos: ‘I feel a sense of shame’
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Talk to Al Jazeera – Valerie Amos: ‘I feel a sense of shame’

It is a time of almost unprecedented suffering. The UN is dealing with more people…

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Counting the Cost – Paris Airshow: Planes of the future
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Counting the Cost – Paris Airshow: Planes of the future

This week, Counting the Cost is at the Paris Airshow, a bi-annual event where aerospace…

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Behind the Sunday Times Snowden saga – The Listening Post (Full)
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Behind the Sunday Times Snowden saga – The Listening Post (Full)

Journalism or stenography? Anonymous official sources go after Edward Snowden in the UK’s media. Last…

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Afghanistan governor joins fight against Taliban
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Afghanistan governor joins fight against Taliban

Atta Muhammed Noor, the Governor of Balkh Province, joined the fight against the Soviet occupation…

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Syrian refugees in Malaysia struggle to cope with limitations
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Syrian refugees in Malaysia struggle to cope with limitations

There are 150,000 legally registered refugees in Malaysia, 90% from Myanmar and less than 1%…

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Rebels to sign peace deal with Mali government
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Rebels to sign peace deal with Mali government

In Mali, rebels are expected to sign a peace deal with the government in the…

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