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Journalist escapes from besieged Homs
Fishing boat assists stricken cruise ship
Japan leaders 'played down nuclear crisis'
Millions of Indian workers strike for rights
Iran 'intensifying clampdown' ahead of vote
Deadly bus attack in northern Pakistan
Gunmen open fire on passenger bus in Kohistan district, leaving at least 18 people dead in suspected sectarian ambush.
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2012 09:14 GMT
Runoff likely as Senegal counts votes
Unofficial results point to possible runoff between incumbent Abdoulaye Wade and main rival Macky Sall.
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2012 09:02 GMT
Police break up Occupy London camp
Twenty people arrested in early morning operation to evict demonstrators from site outside St Paul's Cathedral.
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2012 10:23 GMT
Greece in 'selective default' on debts
Credit agency S&P; further downgrades Greece as Germany approves $175bn bailout for debt-stricken eurozone nation.
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2012 09:09 GMT
Uproar over arrest of Palestinian activist
Fadi Quran, a Palestinian activist, set to appear in an Israeli court for the second time since his arrest on Friday.
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2012 11:46 GMT
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Irish leaving in droves to work abroad
More people will leave Ireland this year than have left the country decades.
Putin opposition grows in Russian far east
Vladivostok faces increasing opposition to previous president's candidacy for third term.
Deported Mexican in bid to reunite with sons
Felipe Montes is trying to convince US child welfare officials not to put up his boys for adoption.
New evidence casts doubt in Lockerbie case
Secret legal files show that conviction in aircraft bombing case would probably have been overturned.
Graffiti convey stories of Egypt revolution
One of the revolution's most violent battlegrounds now serves as a canvas for creative street art.
New leads in Indian riots inquiry
Documents show, 10 years on, authorities were warned about potential for deadly violence against Muslims in Gujarat.
Turkey's growing interest in Somalia
Commitment of more than $365m in cash and aid has followed prime minister's visit to the conflict-torn African nation.
Suspicion stalks Russia billionaire candidate
Mikhail Prokhorov is promising reforms, but some worry he is Putin's stooge.
Highlights
The Fight to Publish
Witness28 Feb 2012 09:48 GMT

Inside a dissenting Kazakh newspaper, where free speech comes at a price and getting published means risking everything.
Is Senegal's democracy at stake?
Inside Story27 Feb 2012 10:33 GMT

As President Wade fights to stay in power, we ask if the country can retain its reputation for peace and stability.
Drums of war: The US media's 'Iranian threat'
On Listening Post
Friends of Syria: An expensive talking shop?
On Inside Syria
Is Somalia ungovernable?
On Frost Over the World
Political instability comes to Senegal
On The Stream
Blogs
In Depth
The week in pictures
27 Feb 2012 13:43 GMT

A look at some of the major events of the week February 20 - 26 from all over the globe.
Senegal's elderly vote for democracy
Azad Essa26 Feb 2012 19:11 GMT

While media focus attention on the country's youth, an elder generation compare this election with those gone by.
BP goes to court
By Dahr Jamail
Thies: The sleepy town that may sway Senegal
By Azad Essa
Egypt dossier outlines NGO prosecution
By Evan Hill
Moscow protesters explain their positions
By Christopher True
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Inside Story
Dissecting the day's top story - a frank assessment of the latest developments.
Empire
Marwan Bishara and guests analyse global powers and their agendas.
Listening Post
A weekly programme that examines and dissects the world's media.
Lockerbie: Case closed
Al Jazeera investigates evidence that suggests the only man ever convicted of the Lockerbie bombing is in fact innocent.
Opinion
The dilemma for Syria's neighbours
Alia Brahimi
All history is black history
Mark LeVine
Forget the first anniversary of the Arab Spring
Jillian Schwedler
Finkelstein, BDS and the destruction of Israel
Ali Abunimah
Is the web closing?
Esther Dyson
On Syria: Where the Left is right and the Right is wrong
Hamid Dabashi
Media manipulation: Why some ideas are more visible than others
Danny Schechter
Caught in the crossfire: Should musicians boycott Israel?
Jello Biafra
Rick Santorum's phony theology
Paul Rosenberg
Remembering the sheep that changed the world
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