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Al Jazeera English
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In his first TV interview since losing the presidency, Sri Lanka's Rajapaksa remains defiant
On @AJInsideStory: Can Syrian rebels unite against Bashar al-Assad?
The toll from Nepal's worst earthquake in 80 years has been upgraded to 3,200
Incredible footage captures the moment avalanche hit Everest basecamp
An Opinion: India is a better friend for Afghanistan than Pakistan by @AimalFaizi.
An opinion: How Israel twists international law
A seismologist explains what caused the Nepal earthquake
WATCH LIVE 15 in Gaza, starting on @AJEnglish in 5 minutes.Tune in or watch via our website
From a humble birth to the world of politics,power and greed. A series of the Mubarak family
On #TTAJ General John Allen: We will 'degrade and destroy' ISIL
Blog: Saved by a bowl of soup in quake-hit Nepal
A look at the day after the Nepal earthquake, through photos
Saudi prince launches video game company to shatter negative stereotypes of Arabs in gaming
Incredible footage as Lucia Newman flies over the erupting volcano
An Opinion: How India is a better friend for Afghanistan than Pakistan by @AimalFaizi.
An opinion: Israel's twist on international law
For many migrants, the ocean is the last leg of a very long journey - a story from Libya
The story of the deep wound that remains at the heart of Turkish-Armenian relations
Commenter asked if this photo could be used "for prosecution of the murderers." Answer is yes:
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Aftershocks being reported in New Delhi and in Nepal.
Syria:The Last Assignment | The unseen story of Syrian rebels
A look at photos from Nepal as rescuers rush to save thousands believed still buried
Aftershocks have been rattling Nepal as the scramble continues to save thousands still buried
British Geological Survey warning massive aftershocks could continue for many weeks