Health31 Dec 2015 06:07 GMT
Nurses and doctors from Lebanon, France and Turkey tell Al Jazeera how they maintain order amid carnage and chaos.
Human Rights06 Sep 2015 10:16 GMT
Marwa Alaradi speaks with Al Jazeera on the one-year anniversary of her father's detention without charge or trial.
Elections07 May 2015 09:04 GMT
UK parties have taken to social media platforms to garner electoral support and attract voters to the polls.
Politics27 Apr 2015 12:27 GMT
President Bashir wins 94 percent majority in a vote boycotted by opposition parties and criticised internationally.
Politics19 Apr 2015 11:28 GMT
With voting set to close in embassies around the globe, many say President Bashir's victory is a foregone conclusion.
Politics15 Nov 2014 06:50 GMT
Mads Gilbert, renowned for treating civilians at Shifa hospital during bombardment, barred from territory indefinitely.
In Pictures01 May 2014 10:41 GMT
Ghadames, an oasis town in northwestern Libya, is famed for its labyrinthine walled settlement.
Middle East19 Apr 2014 09:58 GMT
As the two countries build economic ties, it has become increasingly easy for Libyans to be granted Schengen visas.
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Syria's war explained from the beginning
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