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Inside Gaza's tunnels with the Qassam Brigades
Inside Gaza's tunnels with the Qassam Brigades
Gaza's underground tunnel infrastructure played a vital role for the Qassam Brigades, the armed with of Gaza's Hamas government, against the recent Israeli attack.
 
Sea meets land in Istanbul downpour
Sea meets land in Istanbul downpour
Heavy rain in Turkey's largest city Istanbul made it difficult to tell where the land ended and the sea began on Monday, June 2.
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Bulgarian Turks face severe identity problems

Today nearly one million Turks live in Bulgaria.

Malaka - the jewel of Malaysia

Malaka was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2008.

Turkey's Erol Mintas wins best film prize at Sarajevo

Director Erol Mintas' film Annemin Sarkisi was awarded the Heart of Sarajevo prize

Two ancient Mayan cities found in Mexican jungle

The ancient cities of Lagunita and Tamchen were found on the Yucatan peninsula in April by examining aerial photographs of the region.

Experts launch project to digitise neglected Bosnian heritage

Many of the National Library's records and manuscripts were destroyed in the Bosnian Serb siege of Sarajevo during the 1992-95 war, which razed the...

Palestinian resistance poet Al-Qasim passes away

Known as one of the most popular names in modern Arab poetry, 75-year-old al-Qasim was recognized as a symbol of resistance and revolution.

Liberal arrogance

During the apolitical revolution process dubbed the Arab spring, the arguments of any intellectual, whether it's a politician or an academic,...

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Israel frees Hamas MP former minister

Israel frees Hamas MP, former minister

The two had spent three months in Israeli administrative detention

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China opposes proposed EU sanctions against Russia

China opposes proposed EU sanctions against Russia

China has also said it would like to continue to develop "friendly cooperation" with Ukraine and that it respects the ex-Soviet state's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

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Dutch Islamic party seeks to pair Rotterdam with Gaza

Dutch Islamic party seeks to pair Rotterdam with Gaza

NIDA's Rotterdam city council member Nourdin El Ouali said “NIDA is right now working on a proposal to accept Gaza as a sister-city of Rotterdam, like many other cities are. This would mean we commit ourselves to supporting the rebuild of Gaza for the upcoming years.”

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Iceland plans to get electriciy from magma

Iceland plans to get electriciy from magma

Iceland will be ready to start using magma to generate electricity in 2015.

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Saudi Arabia bars workers from Ebola-hit states

Saudi Arabia bars workers from Ebola-hit states

Saudi Deputy Labor Minister Mufraj bin Saad al-Haqbani said the decision was temporary.

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Bulgarian Turks face severe identity problems

Bulgarian Turks face severe identity problems

Today nearly one million Turks live in Bulgaria.

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Asylum seekers or welfare Immigration became a key issue in

Asylum seekers or welfare? Immigration became a key issue in Swedish elections

Refugees are entering the country at a pace not seen since the breakup of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s, and the government is urging Swedes to take a more compassionate view towards asylum seekers in an effort to turn the xenophobic tide.

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