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Tunisia, birthplace of the Arab Spring, faces a dilemma as it struggles to reconcile national security and media freedom in a country facing a rise in jihadist unrest.
2015/6/4
Malaysia is a beacon for ethnic Rohingya fleeing oppression and violence in Myanmar, but countless migrants like Mohammed Ismail are still searching for the promised land years after arriving.
2015/6/4
From hit and run attacks and massacres to a shopping trip, Somali-led Shabab militants are on the march in northeastern Kenya.
2015/6/4
In Istanbul's centuries-old Grand Bazaar, the hum of commerce is as noisy as ever. Vendors sell tea, coppersmiths craft their wares, merchants shout out to passing tourists.
2015/6/4
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, derided as a "rich nations' club" that vegetated in its Parisian chateau for decades, has redefined itself as the go-to resource for economic analysis.
2015/6/3
As the COMPUTEX trade show opens its doors Tuesday in Taiwan it is putting a new focus on start-ups to boost the island's tech credentials in the face of intense competition from rival China.
2015/6/3
The commander known as Pakhsaparan, or the "wall breaker," barked out commands at his bandolier-draped fighters, part of a patchwork of anti-Taliban militias in northern Afghanistan seeking to augment hard-pressed Afghan forces in a strategy fraught with risk.
2015/6/2
Nigeria's new President Muhammadu Buhari has made an early pledge in the fight against Boko Haram, announcing a surprise restructuring in the command structure of the country's counter-insurgency operations.
2015/6/1
With casino revenues in Macau in freefall due to Beijing's anti-corruption crackdown and a slowing Chinese economy, the gambling hub is hoping to reinvent itself as a family-friendly mass market destination.
2015/6/1
Can't live with each other, can't live with out each other: the tangled relationship between Sepp Blatter's FIFA and Michel Platini's UEFA reached a new low with the corruption storm that hit soccer's world body.
2015/6/1
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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