We expose slave masters and people smugglers in suburban Britain.
South Africa's Julius Malema talks to Al Jazeera
12 Sep 2010 17:24 GMT | Europe, Russia
One of the largest art galleries in the world is relying on feline power to keep it rodent-free.
For more than 200 years, cats have had a full-time job at the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Today, a new generation of about 60 felines live in the building, the proud descendents of a long line of Aristo-cats.
Al Jazeera's Neave Barker went on a prowl with the rat catchers in Saint Petersburg.
Source: Al Jazeera
Region's first brick-oven pizza parlour hopes to inspire entrepreneurs and move the DRC beyond cycles of violence.
Africa, Democratic Republic of Congo
Will Department of Justice reforms change a culture of violence in the New Mexico police department?
Magazine, Racism, Gun violence
Child inmates are left to languish in prison with no visitors or legal assistance as many wait years for a trial.
Is a communist village in Andalusia where most villagers work for a cooperative really as utopian as it seems?
Hundreds killed in recent days as rebels and government forces battle for control of northern city and its outskirts.
Aleppo Bombing, Middle East, Syria's Civil War, War & Conflict
Decision following publication by Ming Pao daily of report on Panama Papers leak, raises concerns about press freedom.
Media, China, Asia Pacific
We investigate the horrifying consequences for civilians under Russian air strikes in Syria.
ISIS, War & Conflict, Middle East
We explore the links between medical research in the Golden Age of Science and the modern practise of medicine today.
Science & Technology, Middle East, Qatar
An insight into Osama bin Laden's life through the eyes of people who knew him and met him.
War & Conflict, Osama bin Laden, Taliban
We examine how cyber thieves are hacking the world's financial architecture and why it's not just about money.
Business & Economy, Science & Technology, Crime