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Inside Al Jazeera: Is the pan-Arab channel a propaganda outfit or an essential voice?
Critics say Al Jazeera has compromised its coverage to meet the foreign policy needs of Qatar, its host country and financial backer.
Here's how FIFA Women’s World Cup countries treat women off the field
This is what women's rights look like in the countries competing for the 2015 title.
How doughnuts were invented
Happy National Doughnut Day!
Ukraine's gay pride march is facing down war, politics and bigotry
It’s no time for an LGBT parade, says the mayor of Ukraine’s capital city.
It's getting harder for super skinny models to find work these days
Governments, regulators and even the fashion industry itself are cracking down.
Is this classic Costa Rican children’s book racist?
Cocori, an Afro-Costa Rican boy, scours the jungle in search of a monkey because a blonde girl asked him to.
British tourists are worried about refugees and ISIS ruining their vacations
The UK's most popular newspapers are vilifying desperate immigrants.
10 transgender icons around the world who should be as famous as Caitlyn Jenner
All over the planet and in all sorts of fields, transgender women and men have earned their places in the limelight.
This tiny colony in Argentina doesn't believe in Spanish, tango, or soccer (PHOTOS)
Welcome to New Hope, the Orthodox Mennonite community of about 1,500 in Argentina's La Pampa province.
Benedict Cumberbatch reading Kafka's 'Metamorphosis' is as glorious as it sounds
How do you improve on a literary masterpiece? By letting Benedict Cumberbatch read it aloud to you.
FIFA's Blatter comes out fighting despite scandal and divisions
US-SOCCER-FIFA:FIFA's Blatter comes out fighting despite scandal and divisions
Sepp Blatter wins fifth term as FIFA president despite corruption storm
The election followed the the arrest on Wednesday of seven FIFA officials, including two vice presidents, accused by US authorities of taking tens of millions of dollars in bribes.
How women finally made it into the FIFA video game
Spanish national team captain Vero Boquete has been fighting to get female players into the video game since 2013. 'It feels great,' she said Thursday.
Here's what FIFA's corporate partners are saying about the scandal
Coca-Cola, Visa, Adidas, etc. — care to comment?
United States welcomed as liberators by soccer fans around the world
This street performer in Cape Town is basically the Mozart of animal sounds
With more than 26 percent of South Africans unemployed, William Kafta feeds his family by singing bird songs.
It's been a really great weekend for gay people
As if the world's first popular vote legalizing gay marriage in Ireland wasn't enough, Eurovision happened.
Finland's disabled punk band didn't win Eurovision. They won more than that
PKN, whose members have Down syndrome, Williams syndrome and other disabilities, aren't the first to use Europe’s crazy popular talent show as a springboard to fame.
Russia’s Eurovision song is all about peace and unity. You know, just like its foreign policy
Feeling the love, Russia.
Indonesia might ban alcohol entirely
And it’s probably a really bad idea.
This fake Coca-Cola ad is going viral. Will it force them to pull out of World Cup 2022 in Qatar?
It's starting to look like the only parties happy about Qatar hosting World Cup 2022 are Qatar, FIFA, and the corporations sponsoring the event.
The Syrian conflict was destroying Palmyra well before the Islamic State showed up there
If the Islamic State levels Palmyra and erases another piece of human history, they’re just finishing what Assad, other rebel groups, and four years of conflict have started.
Australia sent Singapore these horrifying puppets for their 50th friendship anniversary
Australia was first country to recognize Singapore's sovereignty in 1965.
Surfers don't freak out easily. Here's why they're freaking out in Peru
How did one of Lima's most loved beaches become so hideous?
A contestant on Turkey's version of 'The Voice' was shot in the head while rehearsing
It's part of a bigger story about violence against women.
OK, so there was a ground raid. But who's winning the war?
The raid that captured a key Islamic State leader in Syria is being touted as a serious blow to the militant organization. The truth is we don't really know.
NBA eyes India as part of global drive
The NBA is forging ahead with plans for world domination, hoping that India will be the next Asian power to be seduced by hoop dreams after already captivating China.
Meet the head-spinning b-boys and b-girls of Nicaragua
Hip-hop lives in this Central American town.
A Japanese bar has created 'violent' drink coasters to stop domestic abuse
It's a noble, if flawed, campaign.
Vienna's new traffic signals are beacons of LGBT solidarity
Austria's capital city is getting ready to host Eurovision. And it's rolling out the welcome mat for gay visitors.
Ecuador campaign urges Brad Pitt not to make oil movie
A group called Justice for Ecuador says the movie would 'spread lies and misinformation about the destruction caused by Chevron.'