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Bahrain court delays ruling in activists case
Hearing postponed by a week amid fears for one of the defendants, who has spent more than two months on hunger strike.
Gregg Carlstrom Last Modified: 23 Apr 2012 20:13 GMT
Middle East
Sudan has started 'confiscating' southern oil
Juba accuses Khartoum of "stealing" its oil exports as AU sponsored talks are set to open in Addis Ababa.
Last Modified: 15 Jan 2012 20:20 GMT
Cruise ship of hope sails for Misurata
A commercial ferry carries residents, medical supplies and food to the besieged Libyan city.
Ruth Sherlock Last Modified: 28 May 2011 19:08 GMT
Syria's crackdown: Why did Fawaz die?
Secret police are raiding hospitals to round up people who were injured during anti-government protests.
Hugh Macleod and Annasofie Flamand Last Modified: 24 May 2011 19:39 GMT
A perilous journey to Misurata
Sometimes, just getting to the front lines can be the most hazardous part of a journey in Libya.
Ruth Sherlock Last Modified: 14 Apr 2011 14:30 GMT
The Arab lobby
How the tiny kingdom of Bahrain strong-armed the president of the United States.
Nick Turse Last Modified: 06 Apr 2011 13:11 GMT
Bahrain protests reach US embassy
Dozens of demonstrators gather to call on Washington to press for political reform in the Gulf state.
Last Modified: 07 Mar 2011 16:56 GMT
Middle East
Egypt military mulls its options
Its motives remain unclear as some activists say that it could be looking to stage a 'soft coup'.
Al Jazeera Online Producer Last Modified: 05 Feb 2011 13:14 GMT
Middle East
Trial starts for Aqaba attack suspects
Five Syrians and a Jordanian have gone on trial in Jordan charged with firing rockets that missed two US warships docked at the Red Sea port of Aqaba.
Last Modified: 26 Apr 2006 15:49 GMT
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