Small-scale artisan creators have re-oriented their workshops to make and distribute potentially life-saving equipment.
A photojournalist travels across the country in a motorhome to document how curfews and quarantines have changed it.
A week in the life of Romanians across the country, and how they deal with the restrictions put in place.
In a hotel near the border, a group of refugees enjoys shared meals, music and a fleeting chance to feel normal.
Laughter, stomachaches and running for your life on the front line of the war in Donetsk.
Nearly two years on, the reconstruction of thousands of houses destroyed by the deadly quake remains stalled.
Thousands demonstrating even after government repealed a decree that would have spared corrupt officials from jail.
A day in the life of a Romanian family who are taking to the streets each night for the future of their children.
Hundreds of thousands decry measures that decriminalise graft offences as judicial watchdog announces court challenge.
Six years after the Jasmine Revolution, four Tunisians tell Al Jazeera how their lives have changed.