Explore the origins and evolution of ISIL
'Miners Shot Down' wins Emmy for best documentary
03 Nov 2013 18:18 GMT | Africa
Malian refugees in Mauritania are complaining that they are not receiving essential food supplies at the Mberre camp.
Doctors also say there is a high rate of disease among children there because of malnutrition.
Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports.
Refugees pour into neighbouring Mauritania where camps are already dangerously overcrowded.
Politics, Africa, Mali, Mauritania
Witnesses describe executions, amputations and use of child soldiers, as UN warns of up to 700,000 more refugees.
Africa, Algeria, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Mali
Despite rain, worshippers gather to greet Pope Francis on his visit to Kenya and attend mass.
Africa, Kenya, Pope Francis
On Pope Francis's visit to Kenya, rights activists question Church stance on reproductive rights.
How Russia inadvertently promoted Georgian wine in the West.
Politics, Business & Economy, Europe
Despite vehicle donations and purchases during the Ebola epidemic, many patients still struggle to reach a hospital.
Health, Africa, Ebola
Turkish president says Syrian regime buying oil from ISIL, after Russian claims that Ankara was funding the armed group.
Middle East, Turkey, Russia, Syria
In second day of historic Africa visit, pontiff says illegal forms of trafficking fuel political instability and crime.
Africa, Human Rights, Religion, War & Conflict
South Africa's miner strike led to the country's deadliest act of police violence since the end of apartheid.
South Africa, Politics, Protests
We follow one man's astounding undercover crusade to expose judicial corruption in Ghana.
Ghana, Politics, Corruption
Abu Hafs al-Mauritani, an Islamic scholar previously with al-Qaeda, discusses the Paris attacks and the rise of ISIL.
Al-Qaeda, ISIL, Paris Attacks
How ordinary people are mobilising to disrupt the fossil fuel industry by redirecting investment.
Business & Economy, Environment, Climate Change