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5 x Five – Colbert Report on Influential Women: Hillary Clinton

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  Hillary endorses Barack Obama, gives Republicans a spanking, and uses the Internet to promote mass murders of innocent people. (5:13)

5 x Five – Colbert Report on Influential Women: Oprah

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  Oprah expands her media presence, sends The Daily Show audience on a trip to Washington D.C., and becomes Stephen's new black friend. (5:43)

5 x Five – Colbert Report on Influential Women: Nancy Pelosi

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  Nancy Pelosi denies having knowledge of water-boarding, stops Democrats from appearing on The Report, and comes out against Stephen's Super PAC. (6:02)

Lethal Egypt riots practice Port Stated verdicts

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At least one person has been killed as fans of rival football teams take to the streets in Egypt, angered by verdicts over last year's deadly stadium riots in Port Said. Fans of the Cairo club Al-Ahly, angered by the acquittal of seven police officers...

GPS sneakers supply dementia victims freedom

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As people are living longer, and more and more are suffering from dementia, medical professionals are increasingly looking to science and technology to come up with new tools to help people remain independent and keep them safe. A new type of shoe with...

Reside replace pass into Jordan

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The UN says 21 of its peacekeepers, held by Syrian rebels have been released. The Jordanian government says they are in Amman, and will be handed over to the UN on Friday. Rebels had held them in Syria's southern Deraa province since Wednesday. Al ...

Within Story: On the highway to Israeli apartheid?

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A Palestinian-only bus services brings Israel's 'equal but seperate" policies into question amid calls of racism. Inside Story, with presenter Mike Hanna, discusses with guests: Ben White, a journalist and the author of "Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner's Guide"; Gregg Roman, director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Pittsburgh. Gregg is former political advisor to the Knesset and a former official at ministry of defense; and Mustafa Barghouti from the Palestinian National Initiative and member of the Palestinian Legislative Council.

Civilians killed in jap Afghanistan bombings

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At least nine people were killed in a suicide bombing at the defence ministry in Kabul as a blast in Khost province kills eight, including youth. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, which came as Chuck Hagel, the newly-named US secreta...

Kenyans look forward to Odinga’s subsequent transfer

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Provisional results show Uhuru Kenyatta has won just more than half of the votes, enough to avoid a run-off. Kenyans want to know whether the narrow win will unite the country and finally bring peace. But Raila Odinga's aides have told Al Jazeera he wi...

Raila Odinga says he’s contesting the Kenyan ballot ‘within the passion of justice’

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Raila Odinga, outgoing prime minister of Kenya, has said he will contest the victory of rival Uhuru Kenyatta based on "irregularities and rigging" in last week's general elections. Speaking to Al Jazeera's Nazanine Moshiri in the Kenyan capital, Odinga said he will respect the Supreme Court's decision, but that he is contesting the "fairness and justice of this election."

Syria electricians chance all to revive energy

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Syrian electricians are trying to restore electricity that was lost when rebel fighters drove the government out of some neighbourhoods. The volunteers are not fighting with the opposition, but their job is still dangerous - two members of the team wer...

Osama bin Encumbered’s son-in-legislation pleads now not responsible

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Osama bin Laden's son-in-law was picked up in Turkey, deported to Jordan and then flown by FBI agents to New York City. Suleiman Abu Ghaith has now appeared in court there - and pleaded not guilty to conspiring to kill Americans. The US Attorney Gen...

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