South Korea

'Korean government doesn't treat defectors as people'

In part one of the series on North Korean defectors, Al Jazeera speaks to YH Kim who fled his country in 1988.

'Father of defectors' on life after North Korea

Environment

The Indonesian tribe that rejects technology

The Baduy practice seclusion to protect their ancient traditions, but things are changing.

The Indonesian tribe that rejects technology

Arts & Culture

The influence of Turkish films on Somalia's screens

Turkish TV series attracts Somali cinema audiences as Ankara's soft power spreads across the Horn of Africa country.

Yesilcam overtakes Hollywood and Bollywood in Somalia

Pyeongchang 2018

The price of success for young South Korean athletes

Analysing the impact choosing sport or studies has on the future of a young South Korean.

The price of success for young South Korean athletes

Asia

India seeks a fine balance as it inches closer to Iran

Tehran and New Delhi sign nine pacts, including lease of Chabahar Port to Indian company, during Rouhani's India trip.

Iran and India sign deal to deepen relations

Arts & Culture

Dafen oil painting village: The world's art factory

Artists in China's Dafen village once produced 60 percent of new oil paintings worldwide, but Dafen is now under threat.

Dafen oil painting village: The world's art factory