No end in sight: Boko Haram's bloody legacy

Nigeria’s citizens continue to be killed and displaced by violence between Boko Haram and the military.

Rodrigo Duterte

Philippines: Death toll in Duterte's war on drugs

Police records and data gathered by Al Jazeera show close to 6,000 killed since new president took office on June 30.

Rodrigo Duterte

Philippines: Who's liable for the mounting death toll?

President Rodrigo Duterte defends law enforcers from allegations of human rights abuses during police operations.


Where do we spend more money?

Test your knowledge on annual global humanitarian spending.


Babies for sale

101 East investigates Malaysia's underground baby trade.


Lungs of the Earth

The battle to preserve Earth's jungles and fight deforestation.


Bangladesh's genetically modified eggplants

Can genetically modified crops improve the lives of the poorest farmers?


Perceptions of a Cypriot ghost town

Study of Greek and Turkish Cypriots reveals stark difference in how they view the deserted district of Varosha.

Arts & Culture

My Eid Outfit

People from around the world show us what they're wearing for the Muslim festival.

War & Conflict

Al-Shabab attacks in Somalia (2006-2016)

Al-Shabab has carried out 364 attacks in Somalia in the last decade.

Guantanamo Bay

Guantanamo Bay by the numbers

Fourteen years after it opened, 61 detainees are still being held at the US jail.


Cash cows: The girls sold as brides

This graphic novel tells the story of Grace, a Tanzanian girl sold by her father to a man who raped and beat her.

Arts & Culture

The foods of Eid al-Fitr

See how the Islamic festival of Eid al-Fitr is celebrated with different sweets around the world.


The mistakes of Hamas and the need for recalibration

Nobody dares to claim that Hamas doesn't have the full right to pursue its political agenda.

by Ahmed al-Burai


The rise and fall of ISIL

A chronology of ISIL’s quick territorial victories and defeats in Iraq and Syria.