Castro's dream for Cuba's artists
Ancient Peruvian technology to fix a water crisis
29 Oct 2013 00:54 GMT | Science & Technology, US & Canada, United States
Computing is coming to a jumper near you. The next big thing in technology is wearable computing.
Al Jazeera's Tonya Mosley went to Seattle to find out what it's all about.
Source: Al Jazeera
Nano patch could help alleviate tuberculosis epidemic that kills about 300,000 people per year in country.
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Eight months later, friends and family of the disappeared are in the US to keep the fight to find the Mexicans going.
Human Rights, Latin America, Mexico
Arhe Hamednaca is a member of Sweden’s parliament, but his commitment to social justice began as a child fighter.
War & Conflict, Human Rights, Eritrea
Russian artist Igor Savitsky salvaged thousands of extraordinary art works from Soviet-era purges.
Arts & Culture, Europe, Uzbekistan
Government forces accused of rampaging through Unity State, committing atrocities and causing mass displacement.
Humanitarian crises, War & Conflict, Africa
US indicts 14 people as Swiss authorities announce criminal investigation into 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids.
The EPRDF and its allies have so far won all of 442 seats declared, as was widely expected.
A look at the country's changing media landscape and what it means for journalism in Cuba.
Media, Cuba, Fidel Castro
The Ethiopian prime minister discusses democracy, human rights, press freedom and the future of his country.
Politics, Human Rights, Ethiopia
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