We demand the release of our journalists unjustly jailed in Egypt.
Artist Akon talks about being an African in the US
04 Aug 2013 15:29 GMT | Europe, Italy
Private cars have been banned from driving past the Colosseum in Italy's capital, Rome.
It is part of a move to protect the 2000-year-old landmark.
Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips reports from Rome.
Source: Al Jazeera
Court upholds tax fraud sentence of four years in prison of which three years are covered by an amnesty.
Italy's underworld has its sights set on the alternative energy sector and the Internet.
Wife of Raif Badawi, a blogger sentenced to 10 years in Saudi Arabia and 1,000 lashes, says he is a "peaceful person".
Human Rights, Politics, Saudi Arabia
Salman, defence minister since 2011, takes the throne at age of 79 after demise of his half-brother King Abdullah.
Politics, Middle East, Saudi Arabia
As the world's elite gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos, many Paris citizens struggling just to get by.
Main opposition Syriza party's platform of delaying debt repayment aims to sweep vote and undo austerity hardship.
Politics, Germany, Greece
Party's leader Alexis Tsipras, who wants to renegotiate EU and IMF bailout terms, set to become next prime minister.
Armed group also attacks northern town of Monguno, as US secretary of state arrives in country for talks with president.
War & Conflict, Africa
Fault Lines gains rare access into North Korea and examines the impact of US policies on the secretive nation.
Politics, Environment, US & Canada
The damaging health effects of Tunisia's phosphate mines on workers who hoped the Arab Spring would bring change.
Health, Politics, Tunisia
Can a beauty contest restore the dignity and hope of Colombian women put behind bars because of drugs and violence?
Arts & Culture, Latin America, Colombia
The story of Morocco's Jewish community told from the perspective of those who have left, stayed or are now returning.
Politics, War & Conflict, France