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A video posted on Facebook shows how US police have shot and killed a homeless man
Reaction to the death of US- Bangladeshi blogger Avijit Roy.
IS militant 'Jihadi John' is identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British man.
Was PTSD responsible for the death of US Navy Seal Chris Kyle, the 'American Sniper'?
Three British teenage girls could be on their way to join IS
The three British teenage girls thought to be heading for Syria to join IS.
A new law in Thailand bans commercial surrogacy for foreigners but are such laws needed?
People in the Baltics talk about Russia, and Argentines reflect on a mass demonstration
Chelsea football fans' behaviour sparks row over racism in world football
Libyans and others discuss the future for their country following calls for intervention
Will Denmark unite or divide after the attacks? Plus, the murder outraging Turkey's women
Hopes and fears for Ukraine's ceasefire, and will parental fines reduce child obesity?
Reaction to the Pope ("its selfish not to have kids") and diversity at NY Fashion Week
Have the world media been too slow in reporting the killing of three Muslim students?
The Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad has given an exclusive interview to the BBC
Should the US be getting involved in the conflict in Ukraine?
Yemen citizens discuss life in a power vacuum as Shia rebels announce a takeover
What has life been like for those who survived the Ebola outbreak in West Africa?
Should Jordan change its approach to fighting IS after the burning alive of their pilot?
British MPs will vote on the technique, aimed at preventing deadly genetic diseases
A conversation with Egyptians about media censorship and a security clamp down on dissent
Today’s decision to grant him parole has divided a nation struggling for reconciliation.
Anu Anand is in to India to explore changing consumption patterns by looking at the con...
In the wake of top prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death, who do Argentinians trust?
Should India's leading writers, musicians, and directors be free to offend and provoke?