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30 Nov 2011 12:39 GMT

Follow Al Jazeera's coverage of the COP17 UN conference on climate change in South Africa.

27 Nov 2011 06:58 GMT

Follow our in-depth coverage as Africa's second-largest nation goes to the polls.

27 Nov 2011 13:45 GMT

Latest developments on turmoil in Egypt just days before date of the first elections since the fall of Hosni Mubarak.

13 Nov 2011 16:28 GMT

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Yemen Unrest
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Palestine UN bid
With uncertain outcome, PLO submits statehood bid for full membership to the Security Council.
The 9/11 Decade
Follow Al Jazeera's special coverage of the events that have occurred in the 10 years since September 11, 2001.
2011 Tunisia Election
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Israel Protests
Across the country, Israelis demonstrate for social justice and to relieve the high cost of living.
Bahrain Protests
Government crackdown continues as some activists begin life sentences and others try to return to Pearl Roundabout.
The Arab awakening
Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Bahrain: A roundup of the popular protests that have swept the region over the last few months.
Horn of Africa: Drought
Special coverage of devastating drought and humanitarian crisis in the Horn of Africa.
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Drug-related violence has spread throughout Central America - a fertile ground for traffickers.
UK Riots
We bring you the latest in the aftermath of the riots that spread to numerous English cities and shook the country.
South Sudan spotlight
South Sudan is the world's newest country.
Turmoil in Ivory Coast
Comprehensive coverage of the turmoil that has engulfed this country since the presidential run off last November.
Protests in sub-Saharan Africa
It's little noticed by the media, but popular unrest and electoral problems have roiled sub-Saharan Africa.
Japan: The Disaster
Japan struggles to recover from a triple catastrophe: massive earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown.
Aftermath of the Disaster
Feature series Fatal Fallout and exclusive programmes cover the months after BP oil spill.
Cancun Climate 2010
Are world leaders starting to tackle the climate challenges facing humanity? We seek the answers to the key questions.
WikiLeaks: US Embassy Files
Documents detail calls for an attack on Iran, claims of US spying at the UN and widespread criticisms of world leaders.
The Secret Iraq Files
Nearly 400,000 leaked documents reveal US complicity in Iraqi torture, Iran's role in Iraq, Al-Qaeda's growth and more.
Egypt's Revolution
Egypt protesters demanded the 30-year president's ouster for 18 days, until Hosni Mubarak stepped down.
The Palestine Papers
Al Jazeera has obtained more than 1,600 internal documents from a decade of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
Kashmir: The forgotten conflict
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Afghan Elections 2010
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Human Rights Focus
World Aids Day
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Israel-Palestinian Talks
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Egypt's 12,001 missing votes
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