Refugees

'Tolerated' in Romania after surviving deadly Black Sea

After travelling to Romania from Turkey via the dangerous Black Sea, refugees and migrants struggle to survive.

Refugees 'tolerated' after crossing deadly Black Sea

El Salvador

'I didn't hear her cry': Jailed after a stillbirth

After 10 years in prison, Teodora del Carmen Vasquez, convicted under a strict abortion law, hopes she will be freed.

El Salvador woman jailed after stillbirth seeks freedom

Georgia

Is Georgia tolerant of its Muslim minority?

A large number of people see Islam as alien to the Georgian national identity.

Ethnic Georgian Muslims in a Christian-dominated nation

Donald Trump

John Pilger Q&A: 'US missiles are pointed at China'

Journalist John Pilger thinks the US and China might be on the path to war. "My film is a warning," he says.

John Pilger Q&A: 'US missiles are pointed at China'

Al-Aqsa Mosque

Al-Aqsa Mosque: Five things you need to know

Al Jazeera explains why the holy site is a flashpoint.

Al-Aqsa Mosque: Five things you need to know

India

Babri demolition: When hate was normalised in India

Twenty five years since the medieval mosque was torn down by Hindu mobs, the issue still divides Hindus and Muslims.

Babri mosque demolition: A 'watershed moment'