How did three Danes end up being tortured in Lebanon?
At 15 Omar went to Guantanamo. Here's his story
26 Jun 2014 11:00 GMT | Politics, Business & Economy, Africa, South Africa
A wage deal has ended the longest and most damaging strike in South Africa's history. Tens of thousands of platinum miners are going back to work.
Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Marikana.
Source: Al Jazeera
Normalised Cuba-US relations could result in a hybrid economic model blending socialism and entrepreneurial spirit.
Business & Economy, Communism, Politics
Chasing dreams in an unlikely place, foreign footballers play in Somalia as country rebuilds from decades of conflict.
Sport, Africa, Somalia
Many of the 7,000 sex workers in this Kolkata red-light district say they have no other options for survival.
Asia, India, Women
Wedged between Ukraine and Romania, one of Europe's poorest nations must choose between the regional powers.
Poverty & Development, Politics, Europe
Spokesman says situation in northern peninsula "100 percent under control" after scores of fighters are reported killed.
Middle East, Egypt, Sinai Peninsula
Medics in Yemen barely have tools to tend to physical wounds of Yemeni children, let alone psychological ones.
War & Conflict, Middle East, Yemen, War
After decades of tension and hostility between the two nations, has change finally come to US-Cuba relations?
As the Baku games close, we examine the challenges facing journalists; plus, Angola, Portugal and 'reverse colonialism'.
Media, Europe, Azerbaijan
How Brazil's football legend turned every Corinthians' match into a political meeting for democracy.
Politics, Football, Latin America
The ICC chief prosecutor discusses Sudan's president escaping justice in South Africa and alleged war crimes in Gaza.
Politics, ICC, South Africa