'War on terror' or competition for natural resources? A look at the US and French military presence in Africa.
Analysis of Arab societies through sectarianism does not grasp the complex dynamics of identity politics in the region.
As an African American boy growing up in The Projects, discovering positive black characters helped to save my life.
As battle for strategic Iraqi city gets under way, hundreds of thousands of residents face imminent displacement.
Fault Lines explores the lesser-known stories of black women who have fallen victim to police violence in the US.
In a country where court cases often last 10 years and many suspects languish in jails, could mediation be a solution?
We investigate a secret order that allowed Israel's army to kill Palestinian civilians to stop the capture of a soldier.
The story of women coping with consequences and stigmas of ongoing violence and rape in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Refugee influx, economic pressures and ever-present ISIL threat have reshaped the Turkish border city in recent years.
At a safe house in Nigeria, the wives of Boko Haram fighters share stories of the men they married.
In Senegal, rappers, activists, and members of the communities where it happens are uniting to stop the cut.
A Syrian Civil Defense member and resident of Aleppo reflects on the worst onslaught the city witnessed since 2011.
How a new crop of neighbourhood entrepreneurs are helping spread awareness about a fledgling religious community.
A photographic journey with the fighters of the FARC's 62nd front as they contemplate life after war.
Nepal's bloody civil war ended in 2006 when a Comprehensive Peace Accord was signed between the Maoist rebels and the Nepali state in Kathmandu. Many people have disappeared or got killed during the war. Al Jazeera tells this story through the eyes of the Nepali people.
As the stigma associated with being childless persists, some elderly women in India risk it all to become mothers.
From hospital wards to skinning fields, India's Dalit cattle skinners share stories of abuse and fears for their future.
As Mexico's only government-certified forensic cleaner, it is Donovan Tavera's job to clean up the worst crime scenes.
As Americans prepare to elect a new president, we explore how Donald Trump has divided the Republican Party and the US.
New Zealand was once a pioneer of the social welfare state, but now one in every 100 New Zealanders are homeless.
New information has come to light about thousands of mostly Yemeni children believed to have been abducted in the 1950s.
Al Jazeera tells the story of the caliphate providing a fascinating insight into past empires and present-day politics.
School No 58 in Donetsk bears the scars of war - as do its pupils and teachers. We followed them for a year.
A motel in Massachusetts reveals the extent of the US' hidden homelessness problem. Residents share their stories.
Children are dying at an alarming rate here but underneath the numbers lie tales of a region neglected and in ruins.