Getting away with hate speeches in India
Flurry of provocative speeches by politicians during campaigning raises questions whether current laws are lax.
As Iraq prepares to vote, deadly violence is surging. But at the site of one bomb attack, people insist life must go on.
Up to 23,000 federal prisoners could qualify for clemency under new Justice Department initiative.
Alia Malek, Evan Hill
Survivors of Bangladesh garment factory collapse say they received little compensation and face economic hardship.
French Jews and Muslims say recent National Front victories in mayoral races reflect rising xenophobia.
After years of rapid growth, Argentina is bracing for another economic crisis as inflation eats up purchasing power.
Deaths of 13 Sherpas in Nepal has shone a light on dangerous working conditions in the Everest-climbing industry.
Report claims US fast-food industry's big pay gap between workers and CEOs could hurt its bottom line.
Lisa De Bode
Many farmers in Maharashtra state end life after incurring huge debt following destruction of their crop by bad weather.
Marginalised students, including Dalits and Muslims, being denied right to education by school authorities, report says.
Al Jazeera investigation uncovers allegations of beatings and rape in Kenya's ongoing anti-terrorism operation.
Incumbent Joyce Banda has a narrow lead, but anything is possible in Malawi's May 20 elections.
Western fighters have streamed into the Middle East to help 'liberate' Arab countries such as Syria and Libya.
Grass-roots campaigns for female candidates are making an impact in India's first nationwide elections since 2009.
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