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The $50 device that symbolises a shift in North Korea

The $50 device that symbolizes a shift in North Korea

Insight - The $50 device that symbolises a shift in North Korea

Ai Weiwei, Joan Baez honored by Amnesty International

US court struggles with free speech case over license plates

Justices struggle with free speech case over license plates

Battle flag at center of Supreme Court free speech case

Girl's suicide after alleged attack troubles town

Review: Nathan Lane shines in 'The Nance'

Egypt convicts NGO workers, including 16 Americans

Tunisians head abroad to perform jihad

Haitian schools expand use of Creole language

Tunisia Islamists say no new gov't as crisis grows

Analysis: South Sudan's Kiir faces growing dissent as new state stumbles

Internet freedom on the decline around the world

Romania: ex-prison commander charged with genocide

Kashmir rappers battle to be heard

Gulf rulers take sharper aim at Web dissent

20 years on, Katie Beers says kidnapping saved her

Russian rights activists to boycott law on NGOs

Anti-gay laws, attitudes hold sway in many regions

Iraq: Fighters urged to go as supplies run short

AIDS experts blast countries with anti-gay laws

Xinjiang attack marks dramatic shift in militant tactics

Sudan political rallies bring 'mirage' of freedom

Egypt actor turned activist optimistic despite turmoil

Chile navy officer makes history by announcing he is gay

Media watchdog urges Jordan king to reform anti-terror law

US unlocks aid as Kerry presses Egypt on democracy

Violence stains Brazil's love affair with football

Egypt's treatment of jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste 'shameful',...

UK Conservatives seek TV, online ban on extremists

Hong Kong protests hit China's National Day: Live Report

Opposition gives cool response to new Bahrain talks offer

Pakistan's Malala and India's Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize

UN rights chief accuses Sri Lanka of sabotaging war crimes probe

Don't prejudge Egypt's new draft NGO law, says minister

Lieutenant colonel assumes power in Burkina Faso after president flees

Tunisia runoff to feature revolution vs. stability

Malala dedicates Nobel award to 'voiceless' children

Thai police ban British journalist's book for 'defaming' royals

Brawl in Turkey parliament puts focus on Erdogan power plays

Hints of political change on horizon in Algeria

Iran presidential candidates debate freedoms

Hungarian cardinal's parents defied communism

In Davos, examining the Arab Spring's mixed bag

White House: Egypt's democracy on 'difficult path'

Gays in Belarus face reprisals for activism

Kenya police cancel summons of journalists over Westgate

Insight - North Korea's Kim tries new tack with defectors - being nice

Insight - North Korea's Kim tries new tack with defectors - being nice

Play about American activist performed in Israel

Tens of thousands march for ousted Egyptian leader

Gay marriage: Britain, France in surprise contrast

At Ramadan meals, Egypt weighs split in society

Indian acid attack victims say new law is ignored

Ukrainian police storm Kiev's Independence Square

Egypt: El-Sissi seeks mandate from vote on charter

North African nations take different reform routes