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Indian uranium mines take heavy toll on locals and environment

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Latest update : 2013-02-15

Bahrain: still waiting for a revolution

At the height of the Arab Spring in February 2011, protesters in Bahrain gathered at the iconic Pearl Roundabout in the capital Manama to demand reforms. The demonstrations ended violently: police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the protesters. Two years on, unrest continues and the authorities stand accused of gross human rights violations. Amnesty International says so-called "prisoners of conscience" are suffering torture at the hands of security forces.

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2014-10-23 Tunisia

Religious education claims bigger role in curriculum

In Tunisia final preparations are underway for Sunday's parliamentary elections. They're the second since the revolution almost four years ago, and the first since a new...

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2014-10-22 India

Indian uranium mines take heavy toll on locals and environment

India recently signed a nuclear power agreement with Australia and is entering tough negotiations with Japan on new power plants. The aim is to obtain a cheap source of fuel for...

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2014-10-21 London

London now the world's most expensive city

Soaring property prices and spiralling living costs are nothing new in London. But the British capital has now officially knocked Hong Kong off the top perch for being the most...

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2014-10-20 Turkey

Video: Turkey ‘turns blind eye’ to border-crossing jihadists

It’s a scene Turkish activist Sehbal Senyurt has grown accustomed to witnessing.

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2014-10-17 Cameroon

Tackling the taboo of infertility in Cameroon

Infertility affects up to 30% of couples in Cameroon, a figure that's well above the worldwide average. This in a part of the world where the social pressure on women to have...

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