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This week, we take a look at some more Latin American nations and their potential for game industry growth. Come discuss this topic in the forums! http://extra-credits.net/episodes/global-games-mexico-argentina-chile/#discuss Download the outro music here! http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01515/
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Nov. 9 - Syrian security forces continue a bloody crackdown, as the United Nations says at least 3,500 people have been killed. Travis Brecher reports.
Syrian troops stormed a restive neighbourhood in the rebellious city of Homs, kicking in doors and making house-to-house arrests in an area that has spiralled out of government control for nearly a week. Amateur video showed a large explosion in Baba Amr, a major centre of resistance, purportedly a tank strike, and people were seen running for cover as automatic weapon fire could be heard. In some of the first pictures to emerge of the aftermath of the fighting, some homes had been allegedly shelled and rubbish was piling up on the streets as collections were suspended by the fighting. RT on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com RT on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews
The fallout from UNESCO's Palestine vote and a look at a turf war taking place on the Syria-Lebanon border. Guests: Joseph Dana, Yousef Munayyer, Rami Khouri Thumbnail: REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Despite an apparent agreement negotiated by the Arab League to bring an end to the Syrian government's violent crackdown on protests, fighting still continues in some of the country's major cities. At least 110 people have died in Homs, where armed opposition elements centred in the Bab Amr area have fought back against security forces, while at least four people were injured in Hama on Tuesday. One well-known Syrian celebrity, activist Fadwa Suleiman, also lent her voice to the demonstrators, saying children were being killed in the crackdown. The United Nations says 3,500 people have died since protests began in March. Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reports.
Syrian activists said security forces have killed at least 15 people on Sunday, despite a promise from president Bashar al-Assad to start pulling troops out of urban areas. The Arab League has called for another emergency meeting on Syria and Qatar's foreign minister said Damascus is not abiding by its obligations under a peace plan put forward by the League. Al Jazeera's Nisreen El-Shamayleh reports from Amman.
Al Jazeera's Nisreen El-Shamayleh reports from the Jordanian capital Amman
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As violence continues in Syria, some warn the country may be headed for civil war. Is foreign intervention needed?
Anonymous gunmen are pledging to wipe out drug cartels, but authorities condemn such vigilante justice. Also, minority Twitter users in the U.S. wield their influence with black-centric hashtags. Why are they so dominant?
With a fast-growing economy and rising class divisions, Chinese elites increasingly find themselves under an online microscope.
In the Czech Republic, Roma clash with ethnic Czechs as unemployment and crime plague neighbourhoods.
The forgotten Facebook revolution in Western Sahara & the Kurdish question in Turkey.
Libya's black migrants face violence because of their skin colour. Plus, what happens when Saudi women go against a government ban and drive?
The Amerasian struggle for U.S. recognition and citizenship. Plus, how great of a threat is Boko Haram in Nigeria?
The U.S. government wants to monitor social media to predict the future. Plus, Robert Shoesmith on the iPhone 5 Experiment.
How much has the U.S. response to 9/11 contributed to America's current economic troubles?
The main headlines on Al Jazeera English, featuring the latest news and reports from around the world.
Supporters of the Syrian dictator are using hacker tactics to counter pro-democracy activists.
"The Net Delusion" author Evgeny Morozov & how China plans to weed out rumours on Sina Weibo.
The Stream examines the legacy of Chile's 1973 coup & the mission of the comic book superhero Captain Israel.
We look at a controversial 9/11 colouring book and why Muslim Americans have a more positive outlook.
What will it take to root out drug violence in Mexico?
How rising ethnic and religious tensions continue to divide Malaysia.
A new report released by the International Crisis Group claims Venezuela is headed for a surge in violence.
Should Tibetans continue with the Dalai Lama's "Middle Way" with China? We examine the options for Tibet.
The split in Lebanese opinion over Syria's revolution.
We look at Bahrain as democracy advocates and loyalists engage in an online battle over the country's future.
Tensions between Kurds and ethnic Turks are playing out on social media after a controversial jazz performance goes viral. Plus, the story behind the Twitter hashtag #BlametheMuslims.
Is Eritrea suffering from a repressive government or forging a path to self-reliance? We look at why so many are fleeing.
The ongoing battle between Ahmadiyyas and mainstream Muslims has gone largely unreported. The Ahmadiyyas believe that their founder Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was a Prophet and Messiah sent by God to save the world. Mainstream Muslims consider that heresy.
Writer Pepe Escobar's piece on Al Jazeera's website questioning Washington's motives triggered a major online discussion.
In this episode: We'll take a look at Vote Compass, an online tool designed to help voters make more informed decisions at the polls.
In this episode: An update on the Syrian uprising and citizen journalism in Iraqi Kurdistan. Joining Derrick and Ahmed on set is guest co-host Katherine Maher.
Is Tunisia on the right course 6 months after ex-President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali stepped down from office? And, Egyptians in Tahrir Square are angry at the ruling military council. How challenging is the road to democracy in both countries?
As the plight of Sri Lankan Tamils fades from the international media, The Stream examines if President Mahinda Rajapaksa's government has followed through on its promises to rehabilitate the Tamil minority.
Newly-independent South Sudan celebrates its official secession from Sudan after decades of animosity. An online project is attempting to heal the wounds of division. But can a people, who couldn't live together, resolve their differences on the web?
A recently concluded youth conference in Russia is re-igniting an online debate about one of its organisers, the Kremlin-supported group called Nashi. Is it an organic nationalist movement or simply a paid enforcer pushing the Kremlin's agenda?
The Bidun of Kuwait use social media to demand equal rights - and a look at North Korea's hunger crisis.
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