Ghana's mixed fortune as a dumping ground for e-waste
Return to Kuwait: The class of 1990
29 May 2014 11:36 GMT | Business & Economy, Asia Pacific, Australia
A spike in the number of cycling deaths in Australia has led to a controversial proposal.
A politician says cyclists should be licensed to make them ride better.
Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney.
Source: Al Jazeera
Migrants from Calais refugee camp risk their lives in continuous attempts to cross into UK under the English Channel.
Europe, France, Refugees
A year after truce collapses El Salvador gangs seek new path to engage government in another truce process.
Poverty & Development, Latin America, El Salvador
Cuba offers free sex change surgeries and government-sanctioned Pride marches, but activists say more change is needed.
Human Rights, Cuba, Fidel Castro
Denton residents protest confederate symbols while elsewhere other monuments are still being erected.
US & Canada, United States, Arts & Culture
Britain announces new measures to tackle illegal migrants as hundreds more attempt to enter UK via undersea Eurotunnel.
Europe, United Kingdom, France, Human Rights, Migrants
Defenders say convict was a teenager when he killed a boy in 2004 and that he was tortured into confession.
Human Rights, Politics, Asia, Pakistan
Travelling from village to village in northern Argentina, one man works to find lasting solutions to endemic problems.
Business & Economy, Environment, Latin America
A four-part series that reveals how a secret pact formed a cartel that controls the world's oil.
Business & Economy, Middle East, Iran
After days on a crowded boat crossing the Mediterranean, one Syrian refugee family strives for a new future in Austria.
War & Conflict, Syria, Immigration
101 East explores how Japan's funeral industry is getting creative as the ageing nation runs out of space for the dead.
Arts & Culture, Asia Pacific, Japan