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All Posts Tagged With: "Al Jazeera English"

U.S. military continues secret operations with Yemeni troops

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U.S. military continues secret operations with Yemeni troops

Religious leaders in Yemen are decrying foreign interference, as the U.S. becomes more involved in secret missions there. The Washington Post reports that U.S. teams and have been deeply involved in joint operations with Yemeni troops for six weeks. Thus far, the effort has killed six local al-Qaeda leaders. Mohamed Vall of of Al Jazeera English has more.

Posted: January 27, 2010 10:01   Comments: 22
Pakistani comedian has last laugh on politicians

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Pakistani comedian has last laugh on politicians

It might seem as though Pakistanis have little to laugh about. But as Alan Fisher of Worldfocus partner Al Jazeera English discovered when he visited comedian Saad Haroon's standup show in a tent outside Islamabad, political comedy is alive and well in the South Asian nation.

Posted: January 26, 2010 11:11   Comments: 3
Iran tired of fighting and losing drug war ‘on behalf of West’

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Iran tired of fighting and losing drug war ‘on behalf of West’

Iran is trying to tackle a rising drug problem, as opium continues to pour into the country from neighboring Afghanistan. Al Jazeera English's Alireza Ronaghi reports that Iranian police have seized over 400 tons of drugs and have lost dozens of police officers in the battle to eliminate drug abuse in Tehran. But some Iranian officials say their efforts are pointless.

Posted: January 25, 2010 14:50   Comments: 6
S. Korean boxes way to top after defecting from North

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S. Korean boxes way to top after defecting from North

Choi Hyun-mi is a female boxer who has found popularity and success in South Korea after defecting from the North with her family in 2004. Now known as South Korea's "Million Dollar Baby", the 19-year-old has been the reigning WBA featherweight champion since 2007. Al Jazeera English's Rahul Pathak has more.

Posted: January 25, 2010 12:10   Comments: 0
Haitian refugees search for better life outside capital city

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Haitian refugees search for better life outside capital city

It's been 10 days since the quake in Haiti. Increasingly, the focus is on recovering the dead -- and improving conditions for many hundreds of thousands just trying to get by. Officials say that 200,000 people have left the ruined capital, reversing decades of migration into Port-au-Prince. Rob Reynolds and Tony Birtley of Al Jazeera English have more.

Posted: January 22, 2010 15:11   Comments: 2
A moment of relative calm in Haiti as aid slowly arrives

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A moment of relative calm in Haiti as aid slowly arrives

Pablo Ruiz of UNDP speaks about the relief effort, security situation and short-term job creation. And, Al Jazeera English's Mike Kirsch reports from Port-au-Prince on the frustration as aid is only slowly getting through.

Posted: January 19, 2010 17:40   Comments: 1
Taliban pulls off series of deadly strikes in heart of Kabul

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Taliban pulls off series of deadly strikes in heart of Kabul

The capital of Afghanistan has been struck by a series of highly coordinated terrorist attacks, including explosions next to Kabul's heavily secured ministry buildings. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the largest Kabul attack since 2001 and announced that their goal was an assault on the presidential palace. Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports on the fragile security situation.

Posted: January 18, 2010 16:10   Comments: 3
Outpouring of emotion for Haiti tragedy far from Caribbean

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Outpouring of emotion for Haiti tragedy far from Caribbean

The images from Haiti are difficult to watch, but especially so far Haitians living abroad who are left to wonder about the fate of relatives and friends back home. And, some of the injured are making their way across Hispaniola to the Dominican Republic. Al Jazeera English's Rob Reynolds and Sebastian Walker report from Haiti.

Posted: January 15, 2010 10:41   Comments: 24
Quake devastates the Western hemisphere’s poorest country

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Quake devastates the Western hemisphere’s poorest country

Victims of Haiti's earthquake spent their second day coping with the destruction. Hundreds of thousands of people have neither water, sanitation nor electricity. The Red Cross in Haiti estimates that as many as 50,000 people died in the quake, but Haitian officials say the number could be twice as high. Avi Lewis and Sebastian Walker of Al Jazeera English report.

Posted: January 14, 2010 15:31   Comments: 3
Reports of high death toll after Haiti shaken by major quake

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Reports of high death toll after Haiti shaken by major quake

Tuesday's 7.0-magnitude earthquake will exacerbate conditions for residents of Haiti, where around 80 percent of 9 million people live below the poverty line. Buildings in Port-au-Prince have suffered extensive damage, while water and electricity are near collapse. See footage of the collapsed U.N. headquarters, and watch Al Jazeera English analysis of the quake.

Posted: January 13, 2010 16:10   Comments: 1

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