Explore the personal stories of Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Ghana's mixed fortune as a dumping ground for e-waste
12 Oct 2012 02:55 GMT | Politics, Middle East, Syria
The original commander of Syria's rebel fighters has admitted to Al Jazeera that the Free Syrian Army is splintering into factions. Al Jazeera's correspondent Anita McNaught spoke with Colonel Riad al-Asaad inside Syria.
Source: Al Jazeera
Opposition fighters describe why a safe zone is needed on Turkey border for people trying to flee violence.
Politics, Middle East
Rebels say that they are close to capturing strategic Idlib city, and making another push for Aleppo.
Politics, Middle East, Syria
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The number of Muslims has burgeoned in this Italian city, but plans to build a mosque have been contentious.
Europe, Religion, Italy
Plans are afoot to build power plants and frack near one of California's biggest reserves of fresh water.
Environment, Human Rights, US & Canada
By jailing a group of young activists, Angola's government has invited criticism of its rule - and its economic policy.
Human Rights, Africa, Angola
Faced with Western sanctions and falling oil prices, Russia bolsters ties with trade-partner to the east.
Asia, Europe, China
Son of slain Libyan leader sentenced in absentia to die by firing squad along with other members of former regime.
War & Conflict, Middle East, Libya
The session, the fifth in the organisation’s 66-year history, comes days after Ankara launched air strikes in Syria.
War & Conflict, Middle East, Turkey-Syria border, Syria, ISIL
Portraits of four individuals who are fighting against the odds to succeed and give back to their African communities.
Human Rights, Arts & Culture, Africa
People & Power investigates the sinister impact of a secret cyber war on the Syrian civil war.
Science & Technology, Syria, War & Conflict
Educated women from the former Soviet republics work as nannies in Turkey to support their families back home.
Arts & Culture, Turkey, Migrants
We follow a reptile handler-turned-scientist in his quest to save thousands of people from deadly snakebites.
Health, Environment, Papua New Guinea