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Blog Profile / Al Jazeera Correspondents Blog

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Archived Since:February 14, 2011

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Egypt court ruling opens way for possible poll delay

Cairo court says election-related law is unconstitutional, paving way for delaying long-awaited parliamentary elections.

UN says 1,100 people killed in Iraq in February

UN mission in Iraq says 611 civilians among 1,103 killed last month while the rest were members of security forces.

Vote counting begins after Lesotho snap elections

Despite tensions in the run-up to polls, observers say election day passed off without incident.

Sierra Leone vice president in quarantine over Ebola

Sierra Leone recorded 18 new cases of Ebola last week, pushing the government to impose new travel restrictions.

Boris Nemtsov's last walk

Did Boris Nemtsov, the bogeyman of righteous Russians, push his luck by provoking Putin repeatedly?

Sisi's ever-widening terrorism net

Hamas terror designation further underscores the politicisation of Egypt's judiciary.

UN Syria envoy moves to finalise deal on Aleppo truce

De Mistura and FM agree to send delegation on fact-finding mission to war-ravaged city as part of plan to halt fighting.

Sri Lanka inflict heavy World Cup defeat on England

Thirimanne, Sangakkara share 212-run partnership as Sri Lanka chase down 310 with ease in the World Cup.

Venezuela announces diplomatic sanctions against US

President intends to limit number of diplomats allowed to work in Venezuela and require US tourists to obtain visas.

Egypt's 'terrorist' labelling of Hamas stirs protests

Palestinians across Gaza denounce ruling and reject Egypt's accusations that the group is aiding armed forces in Sinai.

Opposition to hold vigil for murdered Kremlin critic

Detectives search for clues after killing in Moscow of Boris Nemtsov that has increased concern about Russia's future.

What's behind the unrest in Venezuela?

A severe shortage of basic goods is fueling political tensions in the Latin American country.

Net Neutrality celebration

Grassroots organisations that lobbied for net neutrality celebrate their victory in their own ways.

A date with Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan

Al Jazeera journalist writes about her love for Indian cinema and her time producing an interview with Bollywood star.

Deadly suicide attack targets bus station in Nigeria

At least three people killed after a woman attempting to get on a bus detonates bomb strapped around her waist.

Iraq's national museum reopens 12 years after looting

Baghdad-based museum that was plundered during US-led invasion opens amid destruction of artefacts in Mosul by ISIL.

Federer brings down Djokovic for Dubai title

Switzerland's former world number one beats the Serb in straight sets to win the Dubai Championships.

It's a double for Rooney in Manchester United's win

Former English Premier League winners bounce back from Swansea defeat to beat 10-man Sunderland.

Jailed PKK leader calls on his followers to disarm

Rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan asks Kurdish leadership to make a historic decision to end 30-year-old conflict.

Thousands march against new Nepal constitution vote

Police fire teargas and water cannon as about 35,000 protesters throng Kathmandu calling for constitution by consensus.

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