101 East

Robo Doc and Iraq's Amputees

How a world-renowned Australian surgeon returned to his birthplace in Iraq, to help amputees to walk again.

Robo Doc and Iraq's Amputees

People & Power

The Mountain Will Fall

Investigating the causes and consequences of a mud slide in Sierra Leone that killed more than a thousand people.

The Mountain Will Fall

Racism

'Hate groups grow for third straight year in the US'

The number of hate groups has grown by 20 percent since 2014, the Southern Poverty Law Center said in a new report.

Hate groups in US grow for third straight year: SPLC

Iran

Briton seeks talks with Iran official over jailed wife

Jailed charity worker's spouse pushes for meeting with an Iranian diplomat who is in London for a visit.

Husband of Briton jailed in Iran for spying wants talks

Syria's Civil War

Hundreds dead in 'relentless bombing' of Eastern Ghouta

At least 27 killed in fresh attacks by Syrian forces, raising the death toll to more than 270 in the past three days.

Hundreds dead in 'relentless bombing' of Eastern Ghouta

Al Jazeera World

Journalism is Not a Crime: The Story of Mahmoud Hussein

A look at the case of Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein and his continued detention without trial in Egypt.

Journalism is Not a Crime: The Story of Mahmoud Hussein

South Korea

'Korean government doesn't treat defectors as people'

In part one of the series on North Korean defectors, Al Jazeera speaks to YH Kim who fled his country in 1988.

'Father of defectors' on life after North Korea

Syria's Civil War

250 civilians killed in Syrian bombardment in 48 hours

'Catastrophic' bombardment by Syrian air strikes and artillery fire kills 250 people over the past two days.

Syrian forces continue bloody offensive in East Ghouta

South Korea

Hopes fading for reunion of Korean families

As part of the inter-Korean talks last month, South Korea proposed a reunion of families separated by the Korean War.

Hopes fading for reunion of Korean families

Italy

Fighting the far right after fascists killed my father

Adelmo Cervi, 74, has become a leading voice against the rise of far-right populist parties in Italy.

Remembering Italy's Cervi brothers amid far-right surge

Pakistan

Pakistan sentences Zainab Ansari killer to death

Special anti-terrorism court in Lahore convicts accused Mohammad Imran Ali of rape and murder of seven-year-old girl.

Kasur rapist-murderer sentenced to death in Pakistan

UpFront

What happened to the revolution in Bahrain?

We ask Bahraini activist Maryam al-Khawaja if there has been any progress in Bahrain seven years after the uprising.

What happened to the revolution in Bahrain?

War & Conflict

Week in pictures: From US school shooting to Zuma exit

A photo roundup of some of last week's events, including the Russian passenger plane crash and 2018 Winter Olympics.

Week in pictures: From US school shooting to Zuma exit

El Salvador

El Salvador frees woman imprisoned over 'stillbirth'

A Salvadoran woman serving a 30-year prison sentence after having a 'stillbirth' is released after 10 years behind bars.

El Salvador frees woman imprisoned over 'stillbirth'

Afghanistan

UN: More than 10,000 Afghan civilian casualties in 2017

At 2,295, suicide and complex attacks kill and injure more people than any previous recorded year in Afghanistan.

Civilian victims of Afghan war exceed 10,000 in 2017