Castro's dream for Cuba's artists
Chad's response to the threat posed by Boko Haram
19 Aug 2013 18:54 GMT | Politics, Human Rights, US & Canada, United States
In 2002, the Bush administration opened the military detention centre at Guantanamo.
Some 11 years later the Obama administration is still trying to figure out how to close it.
Al Jazeera's Rosalind Jordan reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
James Connell, a lawyer for one of five prisoners charged in the 9/11 attack, spent 12 hours inside classified camp.
US & Canada, Latin America, Cuba, United States
A month after the earthquake killed more than 8,600 people, volunteer relief missions continue to be a vital lifeline.
Humanitarian crises, Nepal, Asia
Economic crisis and new technologies drive cultural icon of carefree Italian life off the roads.
Arts & Culture, Business & Economy, Europe
At municipal elections, grassroots politicians are gaining support with pledges to fight corruption and austerity.
Elections, Spain, Europe
A year after the military seized power in a bloodless coup, critics appear to have been effectively silenced.
Politics, Asia Pacific, Thailand
Hundreds of thousands of Nepalis still homeless month after quake killed more than 8,600 people.
Soldier kills colonel and wounds eight other troops in attack at Bouchoucha base in Tunis, army spokesman says.
Politics, Middle East
The story of Algeria's past, present and future - from independence to the Arab Spring and beyond.
As China tries to outmuscle its neighbours, we ask who will win the battle over the resource-rich waters.
Business & Economy, War & Conflict, Politics
People & Power investigates how Chad is responding to the threat posed by Boko Haram across West Africa.
War & Conflict, Africa, Boko Haram
Castro's dream for Cuba's artists and the three architects who tried to make it a reality.
Arts & Culture, Cuba, Fidel Castro