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7 minutes ago
Today on The Stream: Are African-American Muslims left out of Black History Month?

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We follow journalist Gideon Levy on one of his assignments in Hebron, and meet some of the ordinary Palestinians whose lives he has described in his regular column for Haaretz. Many in Israel have criticised Levy's reporting, saying that he...See More
Going Against the Grain
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Journalist Gideon Levy is arguably the most hated man in Israel for his reports on the occupied Palestinian territories.
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55 minutes ago
Feature: More than 15 years after Hebrew teaching was stopped in Palestinian schools, the Hamas-run Ministry of Education in Gaza has decided to reintroduce Hebrew courses in government-run schools running from the 7th to 9th grades.Accordi...See More
Gazans learn 'language of the occupier'
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High schoolers in the Palestinian territory are again being taught Hebrew in order to better understand Israel.
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57 minutes ago
Feature: According to Bangkok's city police, there were 1,222 cases of student violence reported in the city and its suburbs in 2012 - a rate of about 100 cases per month. Most of these clashes take place between students at vocational coll...See More
Thai schools breed fraternities of violence
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Deadly clashes escalate between rival schools as police scramble to limit the spillover into society at large.
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2 hours ago
Can online fandom make the world a better place? From addicts of Harry Potter to My Little Pony enthusiasts, fan subcultures of all types are banding together and finding new force and creative outlets via the internet. But are our pop culture obsessions driving people further from reality, or can fan communities actually mobilise for social good? http://aje.me/VTWgMj
The power of pop culture
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Can online fandoms drive civic participation?
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2 hours ago
A divided US Senate panel has approved Chuck Hagel as President Barack Obama's new defence secretary, the first step towards a vote by the full Senate, possibly later this week: http://aje.me/X7zD7l
US Senate panel approves Hagel nomination
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Armed services committee in 14-11 decision to allow full vote in Senate for Chuck Hagel to become US defence secretary.
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3 hours ago
A single gunshot was heard as police moved in on a mountain cabin where former US policeman and triple-murder suspect Christopher Dorner was believed to be barricaded, the Los Angeles Times has reported: http://aje.me/12Ll4gu
Ex-LAPD fugitive 'believed dead' inside cabin
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Investigators find charred human remains inside the burned cabin where suspect allegedly barricaded himself.
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3 hours ago
British authorities have raided a slaughterhouse and a meat processing company suspected of selling horsemeat labelled as beef, shutting them down temporarily and seizing all the meat found: http://aje.me/Z9T7hI
Britain raids abbatoir over horsemeat scandal
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Meat packing plant suspected of selling horsemeat labelled as beef also raided and shut down by Food Standards Agency.
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4 hours ago
A NATO airstrike has killed 10 Afghan civilians, mostly women and children, in a raid on a suspected Taliban hideout in eastern Afghanistan, local officials have said: http://aje.me/15bGfId
NATO airstrike 'kills Afghan civilians'
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Ten civilians, mostly women and children, among the victims of a bombing in Kunar province, local officials say.
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4 hours ago
Bahraini police have fired tear gas and stun grenades to disperse protesters trying to march to Pearl Roundabout, the now-crushed symbol of the pro-democracy uprising that began nearly two years ago: http://aje.me/Z9SWTv
Bahraini police break up protest near Manama
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Police use tear gas and stun grenades to disperse hundreds of protesters, days before two-year anniversary of uprising.
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4 hours ago
"What I've said tonight matters little, if we don't come together to protect our most precious resource, our children."

Barack Obama just delivered his first State of the Union address as a second-term president.

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Comparing Obama's States of the Union
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See how US president's platform has evolved from first annual policy address until 2013 with searchable video transcripts.
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4 hours ago
Is Turkey a weathervane reflecting the global shift of power? And can the new Ottomans strike a balance between the country's modern, secular aspirations and its deep-rooted Islamic identity? http://aje.me/12Jolgq
The new Ottomans
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Can Turkey strike a balance between the country's modern, secular aspirations and its deep-rooted Islamic identity?
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6 hours ago
In September 2010, 16-year-old Palestinian refugee Mohamad Fahed arrives at London's Heathrow airport and is taken to Britain's most prestigious private school, Eton College. Here, thanks to an all-expenses paid scholarship, he will spend the next two years, adopting the mantle of a public schoolboy in an environment that is largely unknown, even to the British: http://aje.me/WZ3CAh
Mohamad at Eton
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We follow one boy's journey from a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon to the UK's most prestigious public school.
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7 hours ago
Two French charity workers have been sentenced to two years in prison for illegally trying to fly 103 African children from Chad to France in 2007. Eric Breteau, who founded Zoe's Ark, and his colleague Emilie Lelouch had been tried in abse...See More
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8 hours ago
We gain a rare insight into the beating heart of North Korea's extraordinary film industry: http://aje.me/12JsL6X
North Korea's cinema of dreams
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101 East gains rare insight into the beating heart of North Korea's film industry.
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10 hours ago
Bee numbers are decreasing all over the world, including in Germany, where disease, mites and the use of insecticides have halved bee populations since the 1980s. But the last few years have seen a huge resurgence of interest in urban beekeeping worldwide, and there are now 570 apiarists in Berlin alone. http://aje.me/VdOoI9
Episode seven
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Conserving 'Canada's Amazon', retrofitting London's old houses, and boosting bee numbers in Berlin.
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11 hours ago
President Barack Obama has announced plans to withdraw more troops from Afghanistan and measures to lift the US economy in a State of the Union address that laid out priorities for his second term in office.
Obama lays out priorities for second term
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President touches on Afghanistan, North Korea, Syria and Iran, but State of Union speech dominated by domestic issues.
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11 hours ago
Scores of heavily armed gunmen stormed a military base in unrest-plagued southern Thailand, in a major assault that left at least 19 attackers dead, a military spokesman said.
Thai army repels mass attack in restive south
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More than 100 heavily armed fighters launch bold assault on Thai military base, leaving at least 19 attackers dead.
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12 hours ago
Thousands of foreign workers have died in Malaysia in recent years from accidents, illnesses and suicide. They work in so-called '3D' conditions - dirty, dangerous and difficult. The 101 East team meets those who risk it all to make a living in Malaysia and ask: Is enough being done to keep them safe? http://aje.me/12JqSr2
Worked to death
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The deaths of thousands of migrant workers in recent years bring Malaysia's safety standards into question.
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13 hours ago
Pope Benedict XVI had a secret operation three months ago to replace the batteries in his pacemaker but this did not influence his decision to resign, the Vatican has said.
Vatican reveals pope had secret heart surgery
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Benedict XVI had recent operation to replace batteries in his pacemaker, but Vatican denies it influenced resignation.
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13 hours ago
We will be live tweeting President Barack Obama's State of the Union address. Please follow us on Twitter at @AJELive.
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14 hours ago
Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has offered to help negotiate an end to conflicts between the government and the country's Kachin ethnic minority.
Suu Kyi offers to mediate Myanmar peace talks
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Opposition leader breaks silence on state's conflict with ethnic Kachin rebels, saying she would broker talks if asked.
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14 hours ago
In the rugged mountains of southwest Pakistan lies the country's largest province of Balochistan. Far from the bustling cities of Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad, this remote region has been the battleground for a 60-year-long insurgency by the Baloch ethnic minority. http://aje.me/Yam48h
Balochistan: Pakistan's other war
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Baloch politicians and leaders share their vision of self-determination and freedom from Pakistani rule.
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15 hours ago
Interactive - Comparing Obama's States of the Union
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With our searchable video transcripts, view how rhetoric has evolved since US president's first annual policy address. #SOTU
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15 hours ago
Updated Video: North Korea's nuclear test in defiance of UN resolutions has been denounced around the world. Members of the UN Security Council were united in their condemnation of the test and promised to take action against Pyongyang. But the Council is unsure what this action should be. Al Jazeera's James Bays reports from the UN.
UN condemns North Korea nuclear test
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Security Council vows to take action after Pyongyang's underground nuclear test draws international condemnation.
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16 hours ago
New Video: A Paris court has sentenced two French aid workers to two years in jail for attempting to illegally bring 103 children from Chad to France for adoption, falsely claiming they were orphans from Darfur.
Paris jails aid workers for adoption scheme
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Group of six arrested in Chad in 2007 for trying to load 103 children they said were from Darfur on France-bound plane.
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16 hours ago
Brazil is upgrading its infrastructure, building new arenas and has plans for a vast new Olympic Park ahead of hosting the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics. In the path of all of these changes are the sprawling favelas, home to an estimated...See More
Rio's Red Card - Brazil
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Should one sporting event mean losing your home? In one small but valuable corner of Rio the answer is a very loud: No.
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16 hours ago
What the internet's talking about today, in under 2 minutes:

The Philippines' "SumbongKo" civic campaign, Guerrilla bench-makers in London, and Instagramming Carnival across the globe.

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"SumbongKo" civic campaign, Guerrilla Benchers in London, Instagramming Carnival
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17 hours ago
False rumors of Sarah Palin as Al Jazeera host

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On Tuesday, a writer for the Washington Post mistakenly reported that former governor of Alaska and vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin was hired as a hos...See More
False rumors of Sarah Palin as Al Jazeera host
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Reporter mistakes satirical piece in article on former Alaska governor.
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17 hours ago
The armed services committee of the US Senate has approved Chuck Hagel as President Obama's defense chief. His nomination now goes to a full senate floor vote.
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18 hours ago
The US military has an expression – no man gets left behind. But with the withdrawal of coalition combat troops from Afghanistan in 2014 drawing closer, the men of the Afghan National Army (ANA) could be forgiven for feeling that they are indeed being abandoned: http://aje.me/VdNcVa
Afghanistan: An Army Prepares
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When US troops leave Afghanistan in 2014, will the country's own forces be able to hold the line against the Taliban?
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18 hours ago
Unaired skit parodies US Senate's Israel focus

Read more: http://stream.aljazeera.com/story/201302122344-0022541

A recent skit by the US comedy show Saturday Night Live mocked recent hearings to confirm former Senator Chuck Hagel as US De...See More
Unaired skit parodies US Senate's Israel focus
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Saturday Night Live takes on Defense nominee's contentious confirmation hearing.
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18 hours ago
Gay marriage and same-sex adoption gets approved by French lower house

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The French parliament convened a historic vote for gay marriage legalising and same-sex couples ALLOWING to adopt. Groups on the righ...See More
France's landmark vote for marriage equality
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Gay marriage and same-sex adoption gets approved by French lower house.
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19 hours ago
False rumors of Sarah Palin as Al Jazeera host

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On Tuesday, a writer for the Washington Post mistakenly reported that former governor of Alaska and vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin was hired as a host for the upcoming Al Jazeera America channel.
False rumors of Sarah Palin as Al Jazeera host
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Reporter mistakes satirical piece in article on former Alaska governor.
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19 hours ago
A Paris court has sentenced two French aid workers to two years in jail for attempting to illegally bring 103 children from Chad to France for adoption, falsely claiming they were orphans from Darfur.
Paris jails aid workers for adoption scheme
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Group of six arrested in Chad in 2007 for trying to load 103 children they said were from Darfur on France-bound plane.
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19 hours ago
The lower house of the French parliament has approved a bill that puts France on track to legalise gay marriage and allow same-sex couples to adopt children.
French assembly passes gay marriage bill
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The 320-299 vote follows months of debate and controversy that provoked mass rallies across France both for and against.
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20 hours ago
The National Institutes of Health estimate obsesity is the second leading cause of preventable death in the US and it is suggested that by 2030 over 40 percent of the population will be clinically obese. But politicians seem loathe to introduce legislation to counter obesity and the food industry has spent millions of dollars lobbying politicians over the years: http://aje.me/12ILEXL
The politics of food in the United States
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The US is the fattest nation in the industrialised world so why are its politicians not doing more to tackle the issue?
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21 hours ago
The UN Security Council has "strongly condemned" North Korea's third nuclear test and vowed to take action against Pyongyang, the president of the Security Council said.
UN condemns North Korea nuclear test
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Security Council vows to take action after Pyongyang's underground nuclear test draws international condemnation.
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21 hours ago
A court in Israel is due to hear final arguments on the construction of a separation wall in a pristine valley in the West Bank.
Israel plan to wall off West Bank land defied
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Palestinian landowners and Catholic convent challenge plan to build wall before Israeli court.
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22 hours ago
Barack Obama, the US president, will announce in his State of the Union speech that he will pull 34,000 US troops home from Afghanistan by early 2014, a White House official has said.
Obama to announce troop-cut from Afghanistan
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Announcement is expected as part of a wide-ranging State of the Union speech, White House official says.
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22 hours ago
South Sudan has accused Sudan of building up forces along its disputed border, the site of clashes between the two countries last September.
South Sudan accuses Sudan of troops build-up
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Defence Ministry says Sudan is building up troops in troubled border region, the site of fierce clashes in September.
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22 hours ago
Can online fandom make the world a better place? From addicts of Harry Potter to My Little Pony enthusiasts, fan subcultures of all types are banding together and finding new force and creative outlets via the internet. But are our pop culture obsessions driving people further from reality, or can fan communities actually mobilise for social good? Join the Stream conversation at 1930GMT: http://aje.me/Z7v7vr
The power of pop culture
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23 hours ago
Can online fandom make the world a better place?

From addicts of Harry Potter to My Little Pony enthusiasts, fan subcultures of all types are banding together and finding new force and creative outlets via the internet. But are our pop culture obsessions driving people further from reality, or can fan communities actually mobilise for social good?

Post a response in comments below and we might read it today on The Stream.
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23 hours ago
Tonight, Barack Obama delivers the first State of the Union address of his second term. Historically, these are more policy-oriented than campaign or inauguration speeches.

After winning re-election on November 6, Obama began his new tenur...See More
Comparing Obama's States of the Union
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With our searchable video transcripts, view how rhetoric has evolved since US president's first annual policy address.
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23 hours ago
Feature: Somalia's more than 20 years of civil war has left the country awash in small arms. The exact number of firearms in the hands of civilians is unknown, although it is estimated that the figure is about 550,000 to 750,000, and only about 14,000 of them are registered. Read about Mogadishu's gun markets here: http://aje.me/VQESNE
Illicit gun trade barrels ahead in Mogadishu
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Weapons still being bought and sold illegally in the Somali capital, despite government efforts to close down the trade.
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A massive blizzard has begun to dump snow on the northeastern United States, where six states have already declared states of emergency and tens of thousands are without power.
Massive blizzard hits northeastern US
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Flights cancelled and schools ordered closed ahead of biggest snow storm to hit American northeast this winter.
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Yesterday
Opposition fighters in Syria have seized a military air base and captured warplanes in the north of the country, as part of an assault on strategic northern targets.
Syria free army 'captures' air base in Aleppo
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The capture of al-Jarrah airport in Aleppo comes as fighters shift from capture of cities to taking over military sites.
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Yesterday
Barclays PLC has announced plans to cut at least 3,700 jobs in a major restructuring that follows a scandal-hit year for the UK bank.
Scandal-hit Barclays announces major cuts
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Bank says at least 3,700 jobs will be cut after it is forced to pay $435 million fine for manipulating interest rate.
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Yesterday
India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has said it is looking into whether a prosecutor for the agency discussed a probe into alleged corruption in the allocation of mobile phone airwaves five years ago with one of the people being investigated.
India probes prosecutor in Telecom case
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Central Bureau of Investigation looking into whether prosecutor discussed corruption case with people being questioned.
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Yesterday
As the US pushes for an end to the arms embargo on Somalia, UN monitors are warning that Islamist militants in the Horn of Africa nation are receiving weapons from distribution networks linked to Yemen and Iran: http://aje.me/Vde2gm
Somalia: Arms race vs arms embargo?
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We examine how the unrest in the Horn of Africa is being exacerbated and who stands to gain from it.
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Google's rare window into North Korea

Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt opened up on Sunday about a recent trip to North Korea, urging the country to increase internet access and end its isolation. Schmidt's daughter, Sophie, also v...See More
Google's rare window into North Korea
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Eric Schmidt calls for North Korea to end its technological isolation.
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Yesterday
Is Islamic law coming to London? A series of 'Muslim Patrol' videos have gone viral over the past few weeks. They show a group of young men attempting to create 'Muslim zones' in the city. Although their actions have been condemned by the East London Mosque, they continue to patrol neighbourhoods and stop people they believe are not conforming to Islamic law. So who do they really represent? http://aje.me/Y9nZKe
'Muslim Patrol' police London streets
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A group of young men are attempting to create 'Muslim zones' in East London.
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Yesterday
Feature: If Americans don't change their ways, more than half could be obese by 2030, according to "F as in Fat," a new report by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Given that sobering probability, a number of efforts across the country are teaching better nutritional habits to children, who will be adults by 2030. Read more here: http://aje.me/VPBD3Vfeatures/2013/02/201321172623736967.html
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Italian police have arrested the chief executive of the state-controlled defence group Finmeccanica SpA in a corruption investigation centred on the sale of helicopters to the Indian government, a judicial source has said: http://aje.me/Y9pjgf
Italy defence group CEO arrested for bribery
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Prosecutors say Giuseppe Orsi, head of state-controlled Finmeccanica, paid bribes to secure helicopter sales to India.
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Yesterday
Is this Pope suggesting that it's time for the church also to renew itself in some way? Many observers would say that's most unlikely, given the highly conservative traditions and views of Benedict: http://aje.me/V2XJF8
Chance of renewal for the Catholic Church? - Al Jazeera Blogs
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With Easter approaching, is Pope Benedict suggesting that it is also time for the church to renew itself in some way?
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Yesterday
Israel has given final approval for 90 new settler homes in the occupied West Bank, driving another wedge into a rift with Washington ahead of a visit by US President Barack Obama: http://aje.me/VQG1VD
Israel approves 90 new settler homes
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Israeli prime minister approves illegal construction in West Bank's Beit El, a Jewish settlement north of Jerusalem.
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Yesterday
North Korea's third nuclear test has been condemned by several countries and organisations, with the US calling it a threat to regional security and Pyongyang's ally China calling for calm: http://aje.me/WXE4DB
World powers condemn North Korea nuclear test
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Washington calls for swift and credible action by the international community after Pyongyang confirms underground test.
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Yesterday
In an exclusive interview with Sir David Frost, Shimon Peres, the Israeli president, questions the Israeli government's position on settlements, pours scorn on accusations of a plot to kill Yasser Arafat, the late leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and opens his heart about the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, the former Israeli prime minister: http://aje.me/VQfIJS
Shimon Peres: 'Self-victimising Palestinians'
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Israel's president discusses Jewish settlements and insists Palestinians are victims of their own mistakes.
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Yesterday
North Korea has confirmed it conducted its third long-threatened nuclear test, posing a new challenge for the the US, China and Japan in their efforts to keep the country from becoming a full-fledged nuclear power.

Inside Story asks: What would regional powers do to counter North Korea's nuclear "provocations"? Are more sanctions the answer? [Image: Reuters]

More Inside Story: http://aje.me/V23EdM
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Two people have been charged with the murder of a 15-year-old student who was shot near US President Barack Obama's Chicago home just one week after performing at his inauguration in Washington: http://aje.me/Z75Wcp
Two charged over murder of Chicago teenager
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Hadiya Pendleton was shot near US president's Chicago home last month, just days after performing at his inauguration.
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Monday
A court in Israel is due to hear final arguments on the construction of a separation wall in a pristine valley in the occupied West Bank.

Al Jazeera's Nicole Johnston reports from the Cremisan Valley. http://aje.me/VcINBP
Legal dispute continues over West Bank wall
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Palestinian landowners and Catholic convent present final arguments against proposed wall in Israeli court.
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Monday
South Africa has the largest Chinese community on the continent, but how do Chinese feel about China's position in the world? And what will Africa in the world look like in the next few decades? http://aje.me/VQ9kSO
Africa 'in a time of chaos'
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With China's influence on the continent growing, what are the challenges facing Africa in the next few decades?
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