Don't forget - you can find more of my Al Jazeera reports on my Youtube Channel:
Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from a Cairo polling station, where despite some initial setbacks, people waited well into the night to cast their ballots in Egypt's historic post-Mubarak election.
Twenty-two fighters in hospital near Boston for treatment of wounds sustained during uprising. Twenty-two Libyans who took up arms against Muammar Gaddafi and suffered injuries are recuperating in the United States. The men, aged from 16 to 49 years, were flown to a hospital north of Boston four weeks ago. Their injuries vary from gunshot wounds to head and spinal cord injuries. Some are hoping to be home in the next few weeks. For others, it will be months before they can return to Libya. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Massachusetts.
Riot-clad security forces dismantled an anti-Wall Street encampment in Oakland, California, clearing out occupants and taking down tents, witnesses said. Protesters appeared to put up little resistance, and officers were seen leading between 20 and 25 handcuffed demonstrators away from the downtown plaza. Dozens of police in riot gear took down more than 100 tents in the early hours of Monday morning, lit by a searchlight from a helicopter overhead, as a separate line of officers kept people from entering the camp. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Washington.
A report from Iowa on the Republican hopefuls chasing their party's nomination to battle for the presidency
Last week Mansoor Arbabsiar became known to the world as the man accused of playing a major role in an alleged Iran-backed plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to the US. But some, in a Texas town where Arbabsiar spent more than 30 years as "Jack", view the accusastions with scepticism. They say he is shambolic and disorganised - two traits that make incapable of committing such a hit. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Corpus Christi, Texas.
The US department of agriculture says that millions of people in the country do not know where their next meal is coming from. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher, reports from Washington, says that the department identifies two categories of food insecurity: "The first one says the diet is not very varied and the quality of food is not very good. The second, more severe category, is listed as multiple indicators of disrupted food intake." With one in four children affected by the situation and more than half of them under the age of six, the issue is now also to be highlighted in a nationwide broadcast on the educational TV show Sesame Street.
The "Occupy Wall Street" protests against economic inequality are spreading beyond New York. Rallies are now taking place in Washington, not far from the White House. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher was there.
The world's been marking 10 years since the 9/11 attacks. President Barack Obama honoured the victims at three of the sites. He ended commemorations by praising the American resolve. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher sent in this report.
Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports on the decade the followed the 9/11 attacks
Muammar Gaddafi's rule in Libya lasted for more than four decades, a record that few world leaders can boast. Having siezed power in a military coup at at the age of 27, he imposed a pan-Arab, anti-imperialist philosophy that won him both friends and enemies. Despite admitting that he had a nuclear weapons programme, he was tolerated by the international community because of Libya's rich oil deposits, a dwindling international resource. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher takes a look back at his rise - and subsequent loss of power.
For the fourth night in a row, Britain's city streets are coming under attack from rioters and looters. There is some violence in London but nowhere to the scale of Monday. This time trouble has spread to cities in the north. Up to 2,000 rioters stormed shops in the city of Manchester. At least 47 people have been arrested, and public transport across the city has been suspended. In nearby Salford, a local library has been set on fire. And a gang of at least 70 rioters looted a shopping centre. In central England, there have been 80 arrests. A crowd of around 300 youths have broken into shops in Birmingham city centre. Elsewhere in the West Midlands, rioters have smashed shop windows and started fires in West Bromwich - and roads have been closed in Wolverhampton. Meanwhile, a police station in Nottingham has been firebombed by between 30 to 40 youths. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from London.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has defended his decision to hire an editor from a newspaper at the centre of the phone hacking scandal. Speaking at an emergency session of parliament, he also admitted key developments in the case were not pursued. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from London.