Questions persist in Malaysia donations case
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Questions persist in Malaysia donations case

Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission says nearly $700m deposited into the prime minister’s personal bank accounts are…

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The Cure – Finding a Cure for Kala Azar
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The Cure – Finding a Cure for Kala Azar

An unprecedented global initiative is helping to develop and fast-track drugs for diseases mainly affecting…

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Confederate flag supporters gather at Stone Mountain
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Confederate flag supporters gather at Stone Mountain

In the US, a mountain carving of three Confederate leaders has renewed the debate on…

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Pakistan demolishes slums, leaving thousands homeless
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Pakistan demolishes slums, leaving thousands homeless

The Pakistani government is demolishing slums on the outskirts of the capital Islamabad. Hundreds of…

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Cuban farmers lead the way to free-market economy
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Cuban farmers lead the way to free-market economy

Cuba and the US have now restored the diplomatic relations that had been broken for…

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Puerto Rico defaults on debt payment
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Puerto Rico defaults on debt payment

Puerto Rico has defaulted on its debt for the first time in its history. The…

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The Stream – A reggae singer, a failed assassination and the turmoil of modern Jamaica
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The Stream – A reggae singer, a failed assassination and the turmoil of modern Jamaica

Follow The Stream and join Al Jazeera’s social media community: This episode’s story: http://stream.aljazeera.com/story/201508031901-0024926 FACEBOOK:…

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A reggae singer, a failed assassination and the turmoil of modern Jamaica – Highlights
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A reggae singer, a failed assassination and the turmoil of modern Jamaica – Highlights

An attempted murder on singer Bob Marley took place in Kingston, just prior to the…

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Another 1,700 migrants attempt to storm Eurotunnel
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Another 1,700 migrants attempt to storm Eurotunnel

Overnight, despite a heavy French police presence, there were 1,700 new attempts to storm the…

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John Kerry meets Gulf foreign ministers
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John Kerry meets Gulf foreign ministers

It is a tough sell. The US secretary of state has met foreign ministers from…

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