Kathrada, beloved by millions of South Africans, spent 26 years in jail, many of them alongside Nelson Mandela.
by Tareq Baconi
Syria's Civil War
by Mariya Petkova
by Hamza Mohamed
by Remi Piet
War & Conflict
Crowds attack Africans in India after teen's death
Gaza: Israel's war drums are getting louder
Will the fall of Raqqa put an end to ISIL in Syria?
Qatar announces $6.28 billion investment in Britain
Celebrating Yahya Jammeh in his birthplace
Anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada dies
Number of Kenyans going hungry doubles to three million
Clashes in Paris over police killing of Chinese man
Trump's son-in-law to be grilled over Russia ties
US veteran charged with terrorism for killing black man
by Belkis Wille
by Lauren Carasik
by Ibrahim Al-Marashi
What happens when a child escapes their traffickers and should they ever be returned to the families who sold them?
Palestinians poured into the streets on Saturday for the funeral of Mazen Faqha.
A photographic journey through modern-day Vietnam.
From floods in Peru and fighting in Mosul to Nowruz celebrations, here is the week in photos.
Israel is entertaining another round of fighting on the besieged strip.
Unless there is an effective transition of power and a legitimate government in place, ISIL will continue to exist.
Maimuna Aghliw tells of normal day in the Libyan city of Misrata, peppered with hints of a war nearby.
by Maimuna Aghliw
Battle for Mosul
Iraqi civilians share their plight as casualties continue to mount from US-led coalition air strikes in Mosul.
by Sam Kimball
Dozens of civilians died in a recent coalition strike aimed at killing an ISIL commander in Mosul, residents say.
by John Beck
© 2017 Al Jazeera Media Network