We expose slave masters and people smugglers in suburban Britain.
Is there more to life than money?
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.
Some say they extort money, but franeleros insist they are just trying to make a living in Mexico's informal economy.
Will a plastic bag levy be enough to fix Indonesia's rubbish problem?
For ethnic Hausa, the traditional form of boxing known as dambe is more than a sport - it is part of their identity.
Rape is Malawi's most reported crime. Ujamaa initiative is helping schoolkids defend themselves against perpetrators.
Malawi, Africa, Women
Supporters of Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr enter fortified district after MPs fail to convene for cabinet reshuffle vote.
Middle East, Politics, Iraq
Air strikes hit residential areas in divided Syrian city as fighting between government and rebels escalates.
Humanitarian crises, War & Conflict, Middle East, Syria's Civil War
We follow the journey of Kenyans seeking justice for Britain's role in the torture during the 1950s Mau Mau uprising.
Kenya, United Kingdom, Africa
People & Power investigates the environmental consequences of palm oil plantations in equatorial Africa.
Environment, Africa, Cameroon
Pakistani architect Yasmeen Lari uses local building techniques to rebuild villages in the flood-stricken Sindh region.
Pakistan, Earthquake, Environment
Five years on, Misratans reflect on the siege of their city and how it played a role in the downfall of Gaddafi.
Libya, War & Conflict, Muammar Gaddafi