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Breivik glorifies Norway mass killings
Defendant tells court on the second day of his trial he acted out of "goodness, not evil" in attacks that killed 77.
Last Modified: 17 Apr 2012 19:56 GMT
Europe
Breivik glorifies Norway mass killings
Egypt panel turns down candidates' appeal
South Sudan dubbed 'enemy' in Khartoum
Israel frees former hunger striker
Matan Ruak set to become East Timor president
Chaos marks Egypt football riot trial
Hearing of 73 men accused of involvement in football violence that killed more than 70 people adjourned until May 5.
Last Modified: 17 Apr 2012 17:08 GMT
Arab ministers meet in Doha over Syria
UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan discusses peace plan with ministers, as conflict rages despite ceasefire.
Last Modified: 17 Apr 2012 20:00 GMT
Afghan schoolgirls poisoned in alleged attack
Role of hardliners opposed to female education suspected, as 150 students fall sick after drinking contaminated water.
Last Modified: 17 Apr 2012 15:22 GMT
Mali picks Microsoft official as interim PM
Computer giant's chairman for Africa tasked with restoring civilian rule in West African country after recent coup.
Last Modified: 17 Apr 2012 15:23 GMT
Guinea-Bissau suspended from African Union
West African nation barred from regional bloc a week after military leaders seized power in a coup.
Last Modified: 17 Apr 2012 15:06 GMT
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Libyan fighters' treatment under scanner
Ruling NTC questions costs and eligibility of some patients being treated at Jordanian private hospitals.

Splits divide Tuareg-held territory
Rebels in Mali's north have seized territory and declared independence, but not everyone is happy.

Saving the native tongues of Australia
Many indigenous groups are struggling to preserve their languages and cultures.

Senate rebuffs 'Buffett tax'
US President Obama's plan to raise tax rate for wealthy to 30 per cent blocked by upper house of Congress.

Politicians battle for votes in France
Candidates take campaign trail to northern areas that have borne brunt of country's economic problems.

Moon mission remembered
Four decades on, Apollo 16 mission remains one of mankind's boldest ventures in lunar exploration.

Fragile peace in Yemen's capital
Yemenis in Sanaa return to normal life after year of unrest, but questions remain over whether peace will hold.

How Mexico drug lords spend ill-gotten gains
Nation awash in money-laundering front companies even as gangsters continue to buy obligatory "bling".
Highlights
Inside Story Americas17 Apr 2012 10:33 GMT

With demand for drugs increasing and drug-related violence worsening, we ask if it is time to reassess drug policies.
Witness17 Apr 2012 08:18 GMT

With less than 200 remaining in the Arabian Gulf, one group travels through the mountains of Oman to save the species.
Blogs
In Depth
Yasmine Ryan17 Apr 2012 17:57 GMT

Has Nicolas Sarkozy delivered on his 2007 campaign promises during his five years as France's president?
Andrew McFadyen17 Apr 2012 17:40 GMT

Scotland has five of the top 200 universities in the world and 25% of Europe's offshore wind and tidal energy potential.
Programmes
Witness
Bringing world issues into focus with courageous and inspiring human stories.

Inside Story
Dissecting the day's top story - a frank assessment of the latest developments.

Living the Language
Every 14 days a language dies - we follow the indigenous people battling to reclaim their language and their culture.

earthrise
An upbeat new series exploring the solutions to today's environmental challenges.

The Stream
An aggregator of online sources and discussion, seeking out unheard voices, new perspectives and untold angles.

Listening Post
A weekly programme that examines and dissects the world's media.
Opinion
Elia Suleiman's cinema as the premonition of the Arab revolutions
Hamid Dabashi
Europe's short vacation
Nouriel Roubini
The Green Movement's regret and OWS' red ink problem
Kusha Sefat
Euro-American misperceptions of the Tunisian Revolution
Benjamin Claude Brower
Football and politics in Egypt: An explosive mix
Adel Abdel Ghafar
Dear Germany: It's okay to criticise Israel
Mark LeVine
US in denial: Watershed in Afghanistan
Marwan Bishara
Hilary Rosen, Ann Romney and spinning the 'Mommy Wars'
Paul Rosenberg
Why can't the media do a better job of covering elections?
Danny Schechter
Mali's irrevocable crisis
William Lloyd George
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Sudan Stand-off
Full coverage of North-South strife over the new common border and shared oil resources.
Korea Conundrum
In-depth coverage of tension in Northeast Asia surrounding Pyongyang's botched rocket launch.
Syria: The War Within
Violent crackdown continues as international community remains divided on pressuring Assad.
US Elections 2012
Comprehensive coverage of presidential campaigns from the primary season through November 6.

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