Nurses and doctors from Lebanon, France and Turkey tell Al Jazeera how they maintain order amid carnage and chaos.
31 Dec 2015 06:07 GMT | Health, War & Conflict, Middle East, Lebanon, France
Marwa Alaradi speaks with Al Jazeera on the one-year anniversary of her father's detention without charge or trial.
06 Sep 2015 10:16 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, United Arab Emirates, Canada, Libya
UK parties have taken to social media platforms to garner electoral support and attract voters to the polls.
07 May 2015 09:04 GMT | Elections, United Kingdom, Europe
President Bashir wins 94 percent majority in a vote boycotted by opposition parties and criticised internationally.
Adela Suliman | 27 Apr 2015 12:27 GMT | Politics, Middle East, Sudan
With voting set to close in embassies around the globe, many say President Bashir's victory is a foregone conclusion.
Adela Suliman | 19 Apr 2015 11:28 GMT | Politics, Middle East, Sudan, Africa
Mads Gilbert, renowned for treating civilians at Shifa hospital during bombardment, barred from territory indefinitely.
Adela Suliman | 15 Nov 2014 06:50 GMT | Politics, Health, Human Rights, Middle East, Israel
Ghadames, an oasis town in northwestern Libya, is famed for its labyrinthine walled settlement.
Adela Suliman | 01 May 2014 10:41 GMT
As the two countries build economic ties, it has become increasingly easy for Libyans to be granted Schengen visas.
Adela Suliman | 19 Apr 2014 09:58 GMT | Middle East, Europe, Libya, Malta
A teacher struggles to help young people caught in a vicious cycle of drugs and violence in Mexico's Guerrero state.
Latin America, Mexico, Education
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
Hungary's foreign minister defends the country's refugee policy and challenges Europe's "political correctness".
Refugees, Politics, Europe