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A new low in Pakistan-US relations
A historic small step
Goma: The last outpost
Syria Live Blog
Occupy Protests Live Blog
Syria Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on December 2nd, 2011
People continue to take to the streets across Syria despite the government's crackdown on protests. Reports say thousands have been killed since...
Yemen Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on December 1st, 2011
Al Jazeera staff and correspondents update you on important developments in the Yemen unrest. Al Jazeera is not responsible for content derived...
Occupy Protests Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Americas on November 30th, 2011
Al Jazeera staff and correspondents update you on important developments from Wall Street and around the world as the 'Occupy' financial crisis...
A new low in Pakistan-US relations
By Kamal Hyder in Asia on November 30th, 2011
The attack toook place in the dead of the night, and for more than two hours, American helicopters pounded a well-known and marked...
Egypt Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on November 30th, 2011
Al Jazeera staff and correspondents update you on important developments in Cairo and elsewhere, as Egyptians take part in the first election...
Egyptians head to the polls in Alexandria
By Evan Hill in Middle East on November 28th, 2011
Alexandria, Egypt’s coastal second city, was swept with rain on Monday, but that didn't dampen turnout on the first day of Egypt’s marathon...
A historic small step
By Alan Fisher in Middle East on November 28th, 2011
In a country where so much history has been written, where it looms almost on every corner, they're adding a new chapter to the books. 
Goma: The last outpost
By Azad Essa in Africa on November 27th, 2011
Flashes of lightning illuminate Lake Kivu as thunder crackles above. The storm causes the lights to trip and disrupts the internet connection at...
Egypt's bitter taste of change
By Alan Fisher in Middle East on November 27th, 2011
When the wind whips up the dust around Cairo's Tahrir Square it's still possible to taste the tear gas in the air.The acrid smell and the bitter...
Bahrain Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on November 27th, 2011
Despite numerous government crackdowns, Bahrain's Shia-led protest movement continues to call for more political rights.Al Jazeera is not...
'The army and the people are one hand'
By Malika Bilal in Middle East on November 26th, 2011
The Cairo neighbourhood of Abbassiyah lies just nine kilometres from Tahrir Square, both areas boast a vibrant mix of street vendors, eclectic...
The Chevron oil spill in Brazil
By Gabriel Elizondo in Americas on November 24th, 2011
Ildo Luis Sauer spent five years as the Director of Gas and Energy for Brazilian energy giant Petrobras. He left the company in 2007, and now is...
Two very different Bahrains, 10km apart
By Gregg Carlstrom in Middle East on November 23rd, 2011
I'm writing from A'Ali, a predominantly Shiite village in the centre of Bahrain, which was the site of clashes all morning between anti-...
All of Africa: in a day's play
By Azad Essa in Africa on November 22nd, 2011
It is a beautiful sight: watching a thunderstorm rock the Nairobi night skyline. Driving on the roads of the Kenyan capital the following...
'We back the people, not dictators'
By Teymoor Nabili in Middle East on November 22nd, 2011
Egypt's aftershocks: Military vs the people
By Marwan Bishara in Imperium on November 22nd, 2011
 Why has there been an escalation in protests in Egypt?The earthquake that transformed Egypt in the beginning of the year hasn't reached...
Cairo protesters hold their ground
By Malika Bilal in Middle East on November 21st, 2011
Whiplash: The Arroyo arrest
By Marga Ortigas in Asia on November 20th, 2011
The roller-coaster ride began on Tuesday.   Late in the afternoon, the Supreme Court spokesman was live across both television and radio...
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