West Bengal long suffered cancerous effects of arsenic-laced water, but projects to provide clean water show promise.
Muslim fashion designers reflect on a rapidly growing industry.
Americans' passports could be seized if they owe more than $50,000 in taxes, but could this law be unfairly applied?
How peat swamp destruction in Malaysia is causing devastating health problems and irreversible environmental damage.
First ICC trial against Gbagbo and Ble Goude omits victims on the other side of the 2010-2011 Ivory Coast violence.
Women living as refugees in Lebanon reflect on losing love, homes and, in some instances, their sense of themselves.
Greek migration minister dismisses hardline EU migration policies, including a proposal to build a camp for refugees.
Underground football betting is thriving, but would the social costs of legalising it outweigh the economic benefits?
Risks for child refugees in Europe include trafficking, exploitation, illness, death, according to ombudspersons report.
Indigenous Australians say the national holiday is deeply offensive and should be dubbed 'Invasion Day'.
Meet the man who leads Central American migrants through a lethal gauntlet as they attempt to reach the US.
Fawning populace, from St Petersburg to Siberia, expresses love for leader through perfume and hip-hop odes.
Seven Orang Asli children disappeared from school in Malaysia last August. After 47 days only two were found alive.
Sinaloa cartel rivalries present an omnipresent risk of extortion, kidnapping and death for migrants travelling through.
A Raisin in the Sun makes history with an almost entirely black cast and raises questions about race in Sweden.
South Sudan's big businesses despair with foreign currency shortage as government floats exchange rate.
Jagmati Sangwan is helping to organise the fight against "honour" killings and other crimes against women in India.
"Hip-hop is a manifestation of black culture as vital, valuable, strong and self-determining."
Left-wing alliance stages protest at Donald Trump's Aberdeenshire golf course, "standing up to the rich and powerful".
A kickboxing gym in South Sudan strives to overcome tribal divisions in a country wracked by civil war.
Radical decision to close down country’s 34 institutions has been fraught with difficulties.
Economic and social factors contribute to the decline and gentrification of Japan's traditional day-labourer areas.
As Iraq braced for war with the US, Iraqi AP reporter Salah Nasrawi was torn between journalistic duty and patriotism.
Before her death, the French-Moroccan artist spoke to Al Jazeera about migration, racism and identity in her work.
A miner, a trafficker, an undertaker, and a prostitute offer an insight into life in the Democratic Republic of Congo.