Hundreds of female judges forced to live a life of fear and anonymity since the group’s August takeover of the country.
Religious violence erupts after photo circulated on social media shows the Quran placed on the knee of a Hindu deity.
Shooting in Syria could mark new phase in Israeli campaign
Syria’s state-run news agency says Midhat Saleh was fatally shot by an Israeli sniper in the Golan Heights.
Opposition candidate Neves wins Cape Verde election
Josia Maria Neves, a former prime minister, wins the presidency in the first round as his main rival concedes defeat.
Harvesting ‘true cinnamon’: The story of the Ceylon spice
Ceylon cinnamon has been produced in Sri Lanka for generations. But experienced peelers are now rare.
Taliban says Afghan girls will return to secondary schools soon
Interior ministry spokesman tells Al Jazeera that all schools and universities will reopen ‘in a very short time’.
Inside Nigeria’s unregulated human egg industry
In the booming fertility business, women donating their eggs face unfavourable conditions and health and safety risks.
Thousands protest in El Salvador against Bukele government
President Bukele downplays San Salvador protests against economic and judicial policies, including Bitcoin move.