Kneejerk condemnations have drowned out any soul-searching about what has emboldened Britain's youths to rage against the system.
13 Aug 2011 04:33 GMT | Europe
The night after President Ben Ali fled the country, gun battles raged in Tunis, but a fervent optimism prevailed. Today, the optimism is tempered with the worry of many unanswered questions.
26 Jul 2011 12:48 GMT | Middle East
Activists are protesting the effects of the financial bailout in Greece - and taking matters into their own hands.
10 May 2011 13:06 GMT | Politics, Germany, Greece
Al Jazeera followed diplomats and activists taking a carbon-free route to Copenhagen.
Elizabeth Dunningham | 08 Dec 2009 08:23 GMT | Environment
EU demands answers as over-irrigation dries out rare wetlands and sets them on fire.
Elizabeth Dunningham | 07 Dec 2009 08:31 GMT | Environment, Spain
Latvia's economic woes hit healthcare and education as spending cuts take hold.
Elizabeth Dunningham | 04 Sep 2009 09:05 GMT | Poverty & Development, Latvia
Thousands mark 1989 event when two million people protested against Soviet rule.
Elizabeth Dunningham | 25 Aug 2009 08:13 GMT | Europe, Estonia, Latvia
Al Jazeera revisits Luton, where football is helping to revive a struggling economy.
Elizabeth Dunningham | 10 Aug 2009 08:21 GMT
A look at China's ghost towns and the bad debt they represent. Plus, why the work gender gap is still prevalent.
Business & Economy, China, Gender
As Mexico reels over the disappearance of 43 students, Fault Lines unravels years of crime, corruption and impunity.
Humanitarian crises, Human Rights, Latin America
Al Jazeera investigates the shocking truth behind a deadly Israeli attack on a US naval vessel.
Israel, Politics, United States
TechKnow looks at the controversy surrounding psychedelic science and asks if a party drug can help cure trauma.
Health, PTSD, Drugs