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Up close with the Free Syrian Army
By James Bays on May 8th, 2012
In more than a year of fighting, there have been so many conflicting things written about the Free Syrian Army. What started as a peaceful protest has become an armed struggle against the military might of the Bashar al-Assad regime.
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Hashemi is accused of "guiding and financing terrorist attacks" during...
Iraq's political drama spills beyond borders
By Jane Arraf on May 8th, 2012
Interpol issues "red notice" for Iraq's Sunni vice-president, Tariq al-Hashemi, who is wanted by the Shia-led government.
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Greece's political meltdown
By Barnaby Phillips on May 8th, 2012
Greeks of all ages voted to punish New Democracy and PASOK. It could be a long, hot summer on the streets of Athens.
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Francois Hollande visits a street market in Tulle on May 5, 2012 [Reuters]
Tulle market reacts to new French president
By Andrew Simmons on May 8th, 2012
Watching Francois Hollande moving around the rural market of Tulle in central France, one can see how the president-elect has won over Middle France.
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Letters from Abbottabad
By Alan Fisher on May 8th, 2012
Covering a five year period - from 2006 until just before Osama bin Laden's death in 2011 - the US has released a highly selective batch of documents which provide a small insight to the workings of al-Qaeda, groups that claim links to it and bin Laden himself.
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Photo by James Bays
Up close with the Free Syrian Army
By James Bays on May 8th, 2012
In more than a year of fighting, there have been so many conflicting things written about the Free Syrian Army. What started as a peaceful protest has become an armed struggle against the military might of the Bashar al-Assad regime.
Read more...
Hashemi is accused of "guiding and financing terrorist attacks" during...
Iraq's political drama spills beyond borders
By Jane Arraf on May 8th, 2012
Interpol issues "red notice" for Iraq's Sunni vice-president, Tariq al-Hashemi, who is wanted by the Shia-led government.
Read more...
Reuters photo
Greece's political meltdown
By Barnaby Phillips on May 8th, 2012
Greeks of all ages voted to punish New Democracy and PASOK. It could be a long, hot summer on the streets of Athens.
Read more...
Francois Hollande visits a street market in Tulle on May 5, 2012 [Reuters]
Tulle market reacts to new French president
By Andrew Simmons on May 8th, 2012
Watching Francois Hollande moving around the rural market of Tulle in central France, one can see how the president-elect has won over Middle France.
Read more...
Photo by GALLO/GETTY
Letters from Abbottabad
By Alan Fisher on May 8th, 2012
Covering a five year period - from 2006 until just before Osama bin Laden's death in 2011 - the US has released a highly selective batch of documents which provide a small insight to the workings of al-Qaeda, groups that claim links to it and bin Laden himself.
Read more...
Iraq's political drama spills beyond borders
By Jane Arraf in Middle East on May 8th, 2012
Iraq’s long-running and lethal political drama spilled out beyond its borders Tuesday with an Interpol notice calling for the arrest of Sunni...
Greece's political meltdown
By Barnaby Phillips in Europe on May 8th, 2012
Looking back, the signs were there. At the final campaign rallies in Athens of the two political parties which have traditionally dominated...
Clinton's diplomatic masterstroke in India
By Sohail Rahman in Asia on May 8th, 2012
Was it just easier for Hillary Clinton to visit West Bengal in India on her way from the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka or was there more to this...
Up close with the Free Syrian Army
By James Bays in Middle East on May 8th, 2012
In more than a year of fighting, there have been so many conflicting things written about the Free Syrian Army (FSA). What started as a peaceful...
Tulle market reacts to new French president
By Andrew Simmons in Europe on May 8th, 2012
Deep in rural France, the market stalls are laid out and an elderly man remarks: "We produce good mushrooms here. And presidents, too." This is...
Egypt Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on May 8th, 2012
Al Jazeera staff and correspondents update you on important developments in Egypt. Al Jazeera is not responsible for content derived from...
Letters from Abbottabad
By Alan Fisher in Americas on May 8th, 2012
When US Special Forces were sent into a compound in Abbottabad a year ago, their mission wasn't just to kill or capture Osama bin Laden.
France Elections Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Europe on May 7th, 2012
Al Jazeera brings you up-to-the-minute reporting from France for the 2012 presidential elections.
Inside the 9/11 arraignments
By Camille Elhassani in Americas on May 7th, 2012
Thirteen hours after it began, the arraignment of the five defendants on trial for the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States ended,...
Sarkozy, it's over
By Cajsa Wikstrom in Europe on May 7th, 2012
"We've been free since 8pm," a young man on the Paris metro declared, as he was heading to the Bastille Square to celebrate Francois Hollande's...
Bahrain Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on May 5th, 2012
One year after the pro-democracy uprising began on February 14, protests against the ruling al-Khalifa monarchy continue across Bahrain. ...
France debate: verbal fusion and political divide
By Andrew Simmons in Europe on May 3rd, 2012
One analyst of Wednesday’s televised French presidential debate described President Nicholas Sarkozy as the boxer and Hollande as the judo...
Russia's new weapon for crowd control
By Sue Turton in Europe on May 1st, 2012
We headed out onto Moscow's streets, joining the tens of thousands of May Day marchers, with little concern for our safety. After all, this...
Syria Live Blog
By Al Jazeera Staff in Middle East on May 1st, 2012
Protests in Syria have escalated into what some are calling a burgeoning civil war, and the United Nations says more than 9,000 people have been...
French journalist feared kidnapped in Colombia
By Gabriel Elizondo in Americas on May 1st, 2012
A journalist is missing in a remote area of Colombia, feared kidnapped and injured.Roméo Langlois, a freelance correspondent based in Colombia...
Nailing the legal architects of crimes
By Zeina Awad in Americas on April 30th, 2012
Two award-winning films - one from Guatemala, the other from Israel - are currently making the film festival rounds. Though they come from...
Charles Taylor verdict's wider significance
By Barnaby Phillips in Africa on April 28th, 2012
There was a strange contrast between the setting, a quiet courtroom in an orderly town in the Netherlands, and the terrible events that the...
Romney ready to run
By Alan Fisher in Americas on April 28th, 2012
Mitt Romney is now talking and acting like the Republican Party’s presidential nominee. He hasn’t won all the delegates he needs, but failing a...
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