Castro's dream for Cuba's artists
Is the US military reliant on indentured workers?
27 Oct 2013 09:32 GMT | Middle East
Syrians are finding new ways to treat people being injured in the conflict. Volunteers are using the debris of the war to compensate for a lack of medical equipment.
Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal explains.
Source: Al Jazeera
Focus on Syria's chemical weapons has diverted attention away from the humanitarian disaster unfolding in the region.
Valerie Amos demands stronger action by the Security Council to get desperately needed food into the country.
Middle East, Syria
Italians grow weary of asylum seekers amid the steady flow of migrants and the country's economic woes.
Migrants, Immigration, Italy
Allegations of major security failures surrounding submarines in Scotland put nukes on the radar.
War & Conflict, Science & Technology, Europe
Drug use has soared on the African island and women are the most vulnerable.
Drugs, Addiction, Health
Eight months later, friends and family of the disappeared are in the US to keep the fight to find the Mexicans going.
Human Rights, Latin America, Mexico
Explosions at the Babylon and Cristal hotels occurred just before midnight and were heard across the Iraqi capital.
War & Conflict, Middle East, Iraq
Decision to seek fifth term confirmed along with admission of "unprecedented" times for world football's governing body.
Sport, FIFA, Sepp Blatter, Football
People & Power investigates how a match-fixer and his syndicate corrupted global football.
Sport, Football, Corruption
How Japan is using high tech factories to grow vegetables indoors.
Environment, Science & Technology, Food
A look at the country's changing media landscape and what it means for journalism in Cuba.
Media, Cuba, Fidel Castro
Can Kazakhstan become a world power and tourism hotspot despite its poor human rights record and steep prices?
Human Rights, Kazakhstan, Asia