US and others urged to cut military aid to Egypt after video of apparent summary executions surfaces.
Syria's Civil War
by Constance Decorde
by Azad Essa
- Sorin Furcoi
Al Jazeera World19 Apr 2017 09:00 GMT
Young Parisians of Arab descent reflect on cultural identity, activism, the Arab Spring and the Palestinian cause.
Battle for Mosul19 Apr 2017 06:07 GMT
Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have fled west Mosul in the US-backed offensive to retake the city from ISIL.
Guatemala18 Apr 2017 15:50 GMT
Accusations of abuse and neglect have come to light after a fire at a state-funded youth shelter killed 41 girls.
Human Rights18 Apr 2017 12:23 GMT
Israeli authorities look to quell mass hunger strike through solitary confinement and punitive measures.
Palestine17 Apr 2017 12:47 GMT
On Palestinian Prisoners Day detainees and their relatives tell horror stories of torture and abuse in Israeli jails.
Human Rights17 Apr 2017 10:49 GMT
Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners start hunger strike to demand basic rights as Israeli jails' conditions hit 'new low'.
Human Rights17 Apr 2017 09:23 GMT
As hundreds of prisoners go on a mass hunger strike, here is a fact sheet about their plight in Israeli jails.
Middle East16 Apr 2017 12:25 GMT
Egyptian-US citizen spent nearly three years in detention over accusations related to her NGO helping street children.
Boko Haram14 Apr 2017 16:36 GMT
Activists hold rallies amid anger that government efforts to negotiate the schoolgirls' freedom have stalled.
Crime14 Apr 2017 15:47 GMT
Another suspect escaped after he was taken into custody in connection with last month's murder of two UN investigators.
Poverty & Development14 Apr 2017 13:54 GMT
From protests in South Africa and Venezuela to hunger in Somalia, here is the week in photos.
101 East13 Apr 2017 21:02 GMT
101 East explores misogyny and murder in South Korea as men's rights groups and feminists wage a war against each other.
Human Rights13 Apr 2017 12:11 GMT
Kremlin objects to the ruling that blamed Russia for deaths of more than 300 hostages in 2004.
Africa12 Apr 2017 10:59 GMT
UNICEF report highlights increase in the number of children, mostly girls, used by armed group in the Lake Chad region.
Human Rights11 Apr 2017 15:30 GMT
People are held for ransom, forced labour or sexual exploitation after being sold for up to $500, UN agency says.
by Sultan Barakat
- Sansom Milton
by Mukul Kesavan
by Rabia Mehmood
by Robin Yassin-Kassab
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