Hong Kong protests

Thousands take to Hong Kong streets to denounce police brutality

Protesters renew calls for an independent inquiry over 'escalating' police abuse of power in anti-extradition protests.

Undercover with white supremacists

Al Jazeera investigated a far-right group in France for a year, exposing violence, racism and surprising ties to a mainstream political party.

Rating agencies knew of stress at India's IL&FS: Reuters

Rating agencies knew of stress at India's IL&FS: Reuters

Audit report seen by Reuters shows rating agencies gave favourable assessments of the lender before government takeover.

Green New Deal promises jobs for AOC's Bronx hometown

Green New Deal promises jobs for AOC's Bronx hometown

Back where she came from, residents hope to gain from new state climate policy backed by their prominent Congresswoman.

The rise of the machines: Kashmir's weavers fear for their future

The rise of the machines: Kashmir's weavers fear for their future

Mechanisation and competition from China and Iran are disrupting Kashmir's ancient crafts - and hurting livelihoods.

Uganda's gold boom leaves small-scale miners behind

Uganda's gold boom leaves small-scale miners behind

With exports experiencing a sharp rise, Uganda is formalising its gold sector. But who is benefitting?