Morocco

#AlHoceima: Demanding dignity for Morocco's Rif region

With protests continuing for almost a year, how can the stand-off be resolved?

#AlHoceima: Demanding dignity for Morocco's Rif region

Refugees

French police 'pepper spray sleeping refugee children'

Human Rights Watch says police often use excessive force on migrants in Calais, including on those who pose no threat.

HRW: French police routinely abuse Calais refugees

Human Rights

Can recorded interrogations prevent false confessions?

Advocates argue filming police interrogations could save lives and prevent the innocent from being unjustly imprisoned.

Should police interrogations be recorded?

Business & Economy

Q&A: 'Africa is very capable to taking care of itself'

AU ambassador to the United States on colonisation, hate crimes and changing the narrative of the continent.

Q&A with AU ambassador to US Arikana Chihombori-Quao

Human Rights

Detroit's challenge to the nation in 1967 and 2017

'Social tensions and conflicts [of] today can be traced ... to the divisions that tore apart the nation in 1967.'

1967 Detroit riots, 'resistance' then and now

Middle East

Alliance for Freedom and Dignity probes Qatar blockade

Brussels-based human rights group calls for end of sanctions against Qatar to alleviate suffering of ordinary people.

Alliance for Freedom and Dignity probes Qatar blockade

Face to Face

Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk

Insight into the rivalry of the two men who helped end apartheid and shape a new multi-racial democracy in South Africa.

Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk

Human Rights

Al-Aqsa: Clashes in Jerusalem's Old City

At least three Palestinians killed and over a hundred protesters injured in clashes over the al-Aqsa Mosque controversy.

Al-Aqsa: Clashes in Jerusalem's Old City

Human Rights

Kashmir: Indian troops kill young tailor amid protests

Residents say army fired indiscriminately at protesters, as police claim soldiers were being pelted with rocks.

Kashmir: Indian troops kill young tailor amid protests

Humanitarian crises

Week in pictures: From protests in Venezuela to Morocco

A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including wildfire in California and Al-Aqsa tensions.

Week in pictures: From protests in Venezuela to Morocco

Human Rights

Poles protest parliament proposal to reform judiciary

Thousands turn out to rally against new bill allowing parliament to appoint supreme court, with EU also voicing concern.

Thousands protest parliament's judicial reform proposal

101 East

Malaysia's Migrant Money Trail

A look into the forces that profit from recruiting migrant labourers, many of whom work illegally and are underpaid.

Malaysia's Migrant Money Trail

Politics

Week of protests launched for anti-Trump demonstrators

Activists rally in solidarity with more than 200 protesters charged with felonies over Inauguration Day demonstration.

Week of protests launched for anti-Trump demonstrators

Human Rights

Risk of mass killing rose most in Yemen in 2016: report

Yemen rises as Syria tops UK-based rights group's annual 'People's Under Threat' index for third consecutive year.

Risk of mass killing rose most in Yemen in 2016: report

Refugees

HRW: Greece failing to protect lone refugee children

Greek authorities register unaccompanied refugee children as adults and leave them vulnerable, says Human Rights Watch.

HRW: Greece failing to protect lone refugee children