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Life in Gaza has never been so bad. Israel's crippling blockade has left the population dependent on a tiny trickle of aid. But despite this, many Palestinians support Hamas' refusal to recognise Israel.
Elvira Arellano became the face of America's immigration reform movement when she holed herself up in a church to claim sanctuary. Now, more and more 'illegals' are starting to call for basic rights.
Brazilian urban planning guru, Jaime Lerner, has cracked the problem of getting a city to run well. His idea - to put people before cars - has vastly improved residents' quality of life.
A rare recent report from inside Burma, including interviews with the opposition and footage of its new capital, Naypidaw.
If opinion polls are to be believed, Republicans are facing defeat in this week's election. Their biggest hope is to win swing states like Pennsylvania. But frustration over Iraq is hampering their chances.
As Maduro declares a state of emergency in Venezuela, accusing the US of plotting to subvert his rule, we revisit the US-supported coup that saw Chavez briefly ousted and relations between the two nations sour.
In Lyon, an intriguing collaboration between private enterprise and the city council has slashed car usage and improved residents' health. Now, there are plans to introduce the scheme in other cities.
Much of Washington's information on Iran's nuclear policy comes from a banned opposition group, pushing for regime change in Tehran. How much can this intelligence be trusted?