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Libyan opposition launches new offensive
Deaths reported in Syria military assaults
Bahrain's main opposition to boycott by-polls
Israeli protesters call for economic reforms
Bachmann wins Republican Iowa straw poll
Role for US adviser upsets British police
William Bratton to advise on strategies to deal with rioting after criticism of UK force by David Cameron.
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Somalia wants new force to guard aid convoys
Proposed force will guard vital food supplies after state troops looted supplies meant for famine victims.
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US aid official kidnapped in Pakistan
Police seal off Lahore after aid expert is abducted by gunmen from his house.
Last Modified: 13 Aug 2011 14:45 GMT
Germany pays tribute to Berlin Wall victims
Mayor says he was appalled that some supported the view that there were legitimate reasons for building it in 1961.
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Botswana's Okavango wildlife threatened
Research shows that many mammal species are in rapid decline, with drought seen as the biggest cause.

Activists rally against new S Korea navy base
Protesters say proposed base on Jeju Island serves to help US contain China's growing military power.

Curfew for Philadelphia flash-mob teens
Authorities enforce 9pm curfew for youths under 18 after flash mobs carry out wave of attacks.

Israeli protests continue to gain momentum
Some Arab Israelis have joined the chorus complaining about the country's 'corrosive social inequality'.

Sri Lanka's elephant count courts controversy
Conservationists say the census is an underhand way of capturing healthy animals and taming them.

Iraqi youth find new outlet in rap
By combining folklore with western-style beats, Iraqi youth have created their own form of hip-hop music.

Dhaka struggles to house its middle class
Infrastructure not able to keep up with growth in one of the world's fastest-growing cities.

US divers explore WWII ship wrecks
A significant chapter in maritime history is coming back to life at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
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Can Bosnians overcome historic hostilities and international indifference to create a stable country?
101 East 10 Aug 2011 08:35 GMT

For more than 60 years, Karen rebels have been fighting a civil war against the government of Myanmar.
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A founding member of the campaign for the academic and cultural boycott outlines the motivation behind the movement.
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Decades after the construction of the Berlin Wall, memorial commemorates those who died trying to cross a divided city.
Marwan Bishara and guests analyse global powers and their agendas.

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Steven Hill
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Marwa Daoudy
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