Artisanal miners in the West African state are struggling for crumbs in the $250m annual diamond industry.
After conflict with mining companies, some female farmers have adapted to work on an overlooked yet abundant ecosystem.
Al Jazeera speaks to Rawdah Mohamed, the model behind a viral Instagram post during the #HandsOffMyHijab movement.
Excess deaths are an immediate effect, but concerns are rising about the lasting impact of job losses on birth rates.
Having debated the bill, French politicians will vote on it this week before it heads to the Senate.
Gov’t launches inquiry into chlorine allergy certificates, suggesting families are trying to stop girls from swimming.
Civil rights groups, academics and experts raise alarm ahead of key vote on controversial bill.
As the UK’s coronavirus death toll breaches 100,000, relatives of virus victims talk to Al Jazeera about their grief.
In a rare pandemic success, the UK, which has a high death rate, is winning praise for its vaccination programme.
The Lancet editor Richard Horton says the gov’t should have implemented strict lockdowns as soon as infections rose.