Charities act to feed 'starving' in BritainBy Laurence Lee in Europe on April 13th, 2012Camila Batmanghelidjh looked me in the eye. "We've had toddlers drawing food on pieces of paper and eating the paper because they were so hungry...A rare admission from IsraelBy Teymoor Nabili in Middle East on April 13th, 2012Was it a momentary lapse of concentration or an honest admission? Last week, in an interview with Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Dan Meridor in...Syria Live BlogBy Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on April 13th, 2012Protests in Syria have escalated into what some are calling a buregoning civil war, and the United Nations says more than 9,000 people have been...Dear America: My name is Khan. I'm not a terroristBy Imran Khan in Americas on April 13th, 2012He is one of the most famous men on the planet. Adored by millions. His films are almost always box office smashes. But when Bollywood...North Korea rocket launch - What next?By Marga Ortigas in Asia on April 13th, 2012TOKYO, JAPAN - And just like that, it's over. Before anyone outside of Pyongyang’s inner circle could even figure out what was going...Opening the Wagah borderBy Prerna Suri in Asia on April 13th, 2012A typical day at the Wagah border, usually ends with a show of muscle. Giant, hulking soldiers stride defiantly on the ceremonial border...Mali's fracturing ethnic dividesBy Hashem Ahelbarra in Africa on April 13th, 2012A few trips to a military base on the outskirts of the capital, revealed a lot to me about the ethnic and political divide in the west African...The North Korean rocket watch beginsBy Marga Ortigas in Asia on April 12th, 2012Tick-tock. The wait has begun. The North Korean rocket launch is expected anytime in the morning from today through Monday. At least, that’s...Aceh: the happier sequelBy Andrew Thomas in Asia on April 12th, 2012The ingredients were for a disaster that would be unimaginable, were it not also a potential re-run. A massive earthquake, just offshore from...Egypt Live BlogBy Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on April 12th, 2012Al Jazeera staff and correspondents update you on important developments in Egypt. Al Jazeera is not responsible for content derived from...The 'Islamist' dilemmaBy Sherine Tadros in Middle East on April 12th, 2012'Islamist' is one of those words journalists hate to use but can’t live without. Recently, there's been discussion within media organisations...A tale of two KoreasBy Harry Fawcett in Asia on April 12th, 2012I suppose we’re part of the problem.South Koreans - living in a peaceful, democratic society, the world's 15th largest economy, home to global...Syria Citizen VideosBy Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on April 12th, 2012Since most foreign journalists are barred from entering Syria, videos posted online by activists have become a key source of information about...Siachen Glacier: World's highest battlegroundBy Kamal Hyder in Asia on April 11th, 2012Siachen Glacier, 71km long and one of the world's largest glaciers, is situated in the north of the disputed region of Kashmir.This is a land...Tsunami Alert Live BlogBy Al Jazeera Staff in Asia on April 11th, 2012A tsunami warning has been issued in the Indian Ocean after Indonesia's geophysical agency reported a powerful earthquake off Aceh province.Santorum signs offBy Alan Fisher in Americas on April 11th, 2012US Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum has decided to 'suspend' his campaign. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher who has been following...Looting the seasBy Bhanu Bhatnagar in Asia on April 9th, 2012The fish in the sea. Who do they belong to? It’s a question that’s been asked for generations in all parts of the world. Fish and seafood...In Colombia, after captivity, a long road backBy Gabriel Elizondo in Americas on April 6th, 2012After more than a decade in captivity, 10 men straggled off a helicopter shortly after the engines shutdown and the rotor blades came to a slow...