On the front lines of the African climate change battle
Who's killing Uganda's leading Muslim clerics?
25 Aug 2010 15:11 GMT | Middle East, Israel
Sixteen years ago, during the holy month of Ramadan, an attacker opened fire in the Ibrahimi Mosque in the West Bank, killing 29 people and injuring 125 others.The assailant was an Israeli settler, the victims all Palestinians, but Israel's reponse to the tragedy has resulted in more restrictions on Muslim worshippers.Today Palestinian worshippers still flock to mark Ramadan in defiance of Israeli restrictions, in an attempt to challenge the settlers' grip on the area. Even though this does not change the reality on the ground.Al Jazeera's Nisreen El-Shamayleh reports from Hebron, in the occupied West Bank.
Feeling pressured to join in violent clashes between pro and anti-government forces, many Burundian children run.
Humanitarian crises, War & Conflict, Africa
Macedonia border closures have left thousands of asylum seekers stranded amid harsh weather.
Human Rights, War & Conflict, Migrants
Sami reindeer herders in Norway fear climate change could force the abandonment of a thousand-year way of life.
Climate SOS, Climate Change, Norway
As climate change talks gear up in Paris, police are cracking down on dissent.
Climate Change, Climate SOS, France
Qatari-brokered deal secures release of 16 Lebanese security officers seized by Syrian group in exchange for 13 people.
War & Conflict, Middle East, Lebanon, Syria, Nusra Front
Syrian National Coalition and other opposition to meet in Riyadh with aim of unifying position before Vienna summit.
Politics, Middle East, Syrian crisis, Syria, Saudi Arabia
We explore the hip side of Congo-Brazzaville with a style icon, a rap artist, a wrestler, and a radio talk show host.
Arts & Culture, Congo, France
Why have we waited so long to acknowledge the real threat of global warming?
Politics, Science & Technology, Environment
Peru's chief drug prosecutor is profiled as she takes on an inventive and ruthless enemy, the cocaine trade.
War & Conflict, Drugs, Latin America
The insatiable appetite for antiques by China's growing nouveau riche is feeding a counterfeit industry.
Asia, China, Business & Economy