How did three Danes end up being tortured in Lebanon?
The army officer and alleged collusion in Yemen
12 Dec 2013 17:31 GMT | Science & Technology, Environment
Scientists in North America are measuring centuries of glacial runoff by collecting data from plants underwater. It is part of an effort to document the impacts of climate change. Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
Popular taxi application insists security was not breached but implements extra measures to protect users.
Business & Economy, Europe, United Kingdom
As the self-imposed June 30 deadline looms, world powers work to strike a nuclear deal with Iran.
Politics, US & Canada, Iran
Burundi's protests move towards a dark chapter with night-time assassinations as protesters turn to grenades.
War & Conflict, Africa, Burundi
Thailand's new animal welfare law aims to curb abuse in a lucrative entertainment industry.
Business & Economy, Asia, Thailand
Egypt names Zakaria Abd El-Aziz Osman as acting prosecutor general following the assassination of Hisham Barakat.
Middle East, Egypt, Security
Jean-Claude Juncker complains of "egotism" during talks and appeals to Greeks to back July 5 referendum.
Business & Economy, Politics, Europe, Greece
South Africa's miner strike led to the country's deadliest act of police violence since the end of apartheid.
South Africa, Politics, Protests
Julio Docjar, a street artist from Sao Paulo, dreams of using his art as an instrument for social change.
Arts & Culture, Latin America, Brazil
An intimate look at the struggles of illegal refugees travelling across the Mediterranean, from Africa to Europe.
Humanitarian crises, Africa, Europe
Suspicion, anger and fear – an insight into the harsh reality of life at the epicentre of the Ebola crisis.
Health, Africa, Liberia