North Korea

Latest: US-S Korea launch major war drills

All the developments since the UN tightened sanctions on August 6.

Politics

Week in pictures: From Iran earthquake to Greece floods

A photo roundup of some of last week's events, including protests in Barcelona and a suicide bomb attack in Kabul.

Week in pictures: From Iran earthquake to Greece floods

Inside Story

How can Yemen's humanitarian crisis be solved?

Humanitarian aid agencies are calling on Saudi Arabia to completely lift its air, sea and land blockade of Yemen.

Middle East

Astana talks fail to curb attacks against civilians in Syria

Recent agreements brokered by Russia, Turkey and Iran in Kazakhstan's capital Astana are failing to curb the number of civilian casualties in Syria's war.

Asia

Explosion hits Kabul as political gathering under way

At least seven dead as suicide bomber blows himself up in apparent attempt to strike political gathering.

Explosion hits Kabul as political gathering under way

Nigeria

Four suicide bombers kill 18 in northeast Nigeria

Two male and two female attackers carried out separate attacks in suburb of northern Borno state.

Nigeria: Four suicide bombers kill 18 in Maiduguri

Yemen

Yemen blockade: Saudis not allowing vital aid in, officials say

Saudi Arabia claims the blockade is to close down arms smuggling to Houthi rebels, but the UN warns it has cut off essential aid to Yemen, which could face the worst famine in decades.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Who is saying what?

Zimbabwe's army seizes control of the country, we look at the latest reactions.

War & Conflict

History of America in hole-punched photos

During the Great Depression, the US government launched a project to portray the country's reality. Here are the photos.

History of America in hole-punched photos

PTSD

US veteran: Remnants of an 'unnecessary war'

Adrian Bonenberger was deployed to Afghanistan twice. His PTSD is only one remnant of the war he witnessed.

US veteran: Remnants of an 'unnecessary war'

Middle East

Syria war: Air strikes on Atareb market ‘kill more than 60’

People say there were no fighters or weapons in the neighbourhood targeted by Russian or Syrian jets. The bombings happened as the leaders of Turkey and Russia discussed the Syrian conflict in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi.

Middle East

Yemen: Walking through minefields to get to school

Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports on how parts of Yemen have been littered with the Houthi's landmines that have taken a major toll on civilians.

Opinion

The Machiavellian Prince: Welcome to Salman Arabia

Or how Mohamed bin Salman pulled off a spectacular power grab in just three acts.

Marwan Bishara

by Marwan Bishara

Marwan Bishara

Special series

I Knew Khomeini

Al Jazeera spoke to those who knew the man behind the 1979 Iranian revolution that shook the world.

Middle East

Libya: Lawyers to press ICC to probe Khalifa Haftar

Several human rights organisations and lawyers for victims of suspected war crimes in Libya have filed a suit at the International Criminal Court, over what they say are ongoing atrocities.