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
The poignant stories of Palestinian prisoners in Israel and the effects of imprisonment on them and their families.
Israel, Palestine, Human Rights
We analyse how populist far-right movements are challenging the promise of an integrated union.
A group of exonerated death row survivors called the 'Resurrection Club' fights to abolish the death penalty in the US.
Human Rights, Politics, US & Canada
We tell the story of Mouawiya Syasneh, the boy whose anti-Assad graffiti lit the spark that engulfed Syria.
War & Conflict, Syria's Civil War