Kathleen McCaul

Arts & Culture

Poetry and poverty on the margins in Brazil

How one of Brazil's most dangerous urban centres became a hub of art and poetry.

Latin America

Rolling with the rolezinhos of Sao Paulo

Thousands of poor young people are descending for 'little walks' on Brazil's high-end shopping malls.

Latin America

Music and mayhem: Sao Paulo's revival

The Virada Festival in Brazil's largest city is a testament to urban revival, however violent crime continues to persist

Human Rights

Africa comes to Glastonbury

Festival in west of England hosts musical talents, including two African pop sensations.


Jamaica drug gangs 'call the shots'

Author of award-winning "The Dead Yard: A story of Modern Jamaica" speaks to Al Jazeera.

Human Rights

The truth behind stolen artworks

Art theft more about adrenalin than money, detective who recovered "The Scream" says.

US & Canada

'Scandal hidden in secret vaults'

Lawyer fighting alleged abuse case linked to Vatican says secret law protected priest.


Staying in tune with the planet

The African musicians making a noise about climate change and individual responsibility.


Q&A: Murder of Chechen activist

Al Jazeera speaks to friend of murdered activist Natalia Estemirova about her death.


Youth forum poses challenges for G8

Young people hold their own global forum to run alongside world leaders' summit.


Q&A: Tweeting from Tehran

Shahrazad tells Al Jazeera what message she's trying to get across via Twitter.


Iranian writer on poll result

Novelist Azar Nafisi talks to Al Jazeera about the election.