Ghana's mixed fortune as a dumping ground for e-waste
Return to Kuwait: The class of 1990
"Josh Rushing is the host of Al Jazeera's Fault Lines - a fortnightly show that digs deeper into what is driving the big news stories of the day.
A 15-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps, he gained prominence in the major motion picture documentary Control Room, which featured his struggles as the US military's lead spokesperson to the Arab world during the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
As a long-form correspondent for Al Jazeera English, Josh Rushing has shot specials and documentaries all over the world - from Iraq to Colombia and Vietnam to North Dakota."
A rare and up close account of the execution of an inmate at the notorious H Unit, home of Oklahoma's death row.
11 May 2012 13:48 GMT
In 2010, Michael Selsor granted his only interview to Josh Rushing. Two years later, Rushing returned to watch him die.
10 May 2012 12:52 GMT | US & Canada, United States
"I'm not going to beg them to spare my life. I'll try to keep my head up with a little bit of dignity."
10 May 2012 08:16 GMT | US & Canada, United States
Michael Selsor will soon die by homicide. The US Supreme Court declined to hear the Oklahoma death row inmate's case - a decision that removed the final legal hurdle still keeping him alive.
Josh Rushing | 23 Feb 2012 03:23 GMT
Is there a metaphorical link between two people, who loved and valued writing as much as anyone on the planet, dying on the same day? Both certainly represented something to the aging romantic in my soul.
Josh Rushing | 17 Dec 2011 05:38 GMT
101 East explores how Japan's funeral industry is getting creative as the ageing nation runs out of space for the dead.
Arts & Culture, Asia Pacific, Japan
The story behind Nigeria's domestic movie industry, the second biggest producer of films in the world.
Business & Economy, Arts & Culture, Nigeria
An investigation into the role of one of the most influential banks in the world.
Business & Economy, Greece, US & Canada
We investigate why the Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania are nervous about Russia's regional ambitions.
Politics, Russia, Vladimir Putin