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The Syrian conflict on the streets of Lebanon
By Sue Turton in Middle East on February 11th, 2012
The sprawling housing estate of Bab al-Tebbeneh north of Tripoli sits cheek-by-jowl alongside the Jabal Mohsen estate. They are neighbours but...
Syria Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on February 11th, 2012
People continue to take to the streets across Syria, where the uprising is becoming increasingly militarised. Activists say more than 7,000...
Egypt: Revolution or Coup?
By Sherine Tadros in Middle East on February 10th, 2012
Last year, on February 11, I was standing next to the main stage in Tahrir Square when the evening call to prayer rang out.  All you could...
Yemen Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on February 10th, 2012
Al Jazeera staff and correspondents update you on important developments in the Yemen unrest. Al Jazeera is not responsible for content derived...
Cambodia's vulture restaurants take off
By Stephanie Scawen in Asia on February 9th, 2012
Want to see vultures in the wild? You'd better be prepared to get up early. Like 4:30am early! And if you want to get in real close, you'd also...
Trading blame over Maldives turmoil
By Steve Chao in Asia on February 9th, 2012
To the tourist, who has booked a vacation paradise, it is easy for him or her to never see the political turmoil that has gripped the tropical...
Rogge happy to take the heat
By Lee Wellings in Europe on February 9th, 2012
The temperature outside the IOC headquarters in Lausanne is minus 12, but Olympic president Jacques Rogge is warming up as he talks about the...
Football - the love affair
By Robin Adams in Africa on February 8th, 2012
It's so easy to get caught up in the romance of football. Or maybe it's just me?Every so often a team comes along, and their story just pulls on...
Egypt Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on February 6th, 2012
Al Jazeera staff and correspondents update you on important developments in Egypt. Al Jazeera is not responsible for content derived from...
An African Spring in Senegal?
By Barnaby Phillips in Africa on February 5th, 2012
For more than a year, opposition supporters in some of sub-Saharan Africa's more repressive countries have hoped that the wave of pro-democracy...
Fighting back against Assad's forces
By Jane Ferguson in Middle East on February 5th, 2012
Within half an hour of arriving at the activists’ office in Homs, I was in a car and careering past the sound of sniper fire.These citizen...
What's next for Egyptian football
By Andy Richardson in Africa on February 5th, 2012
Al Ahly is a football club that has long been famous as a focal point for patriotism and political discussion.Right now it is a meeting point...
Teapots, Nukes and the IAEA
By Imran Garda in Americas on February 4th, 2012
A few months ago I had an email exchange with the former Deputy Director General of The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Bruno Pellaud...
Bahrain Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on January 31st, 2012
Despite numerous government crackdowns, Bahrain's Shia-led protest movement continues to call for more political rights.Al Jazeera is not...
An unequal football legacy
By Andy Richardson in Africa on January 30th, 2012
It was a scene that must come close to defining irony - Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang introducing himself to the Libyan players...
Homeless cat in the empire's hat
By Imran Garda in Americas on January 30th, 2012
"I know them all. This one on the wheelchair, with everybody around her. She sells heroin. That guy who’s looking at you like that - he’s high...
Cuban revolution reloaded
By Teresa Bo in Americas on January 30th, 2012
The Florida keys
By Alan Fisher in Americas on January 29th, 2012
The Florida primary is always an important point in the presidential nomination process in the US.  But after Newt Gingrich’s surprising...
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