Environment

In Kimberley, traditional owners sidelined in fracking discussion

In Western Australia, state appears to be backtracking on letting traditional owners decide what is best for the land.

In Kimberley, traditional owners sidelined in fracking discussion

Food

No food left uneaten: Beloved dishes that came from leftovers

Al Jazeera looks at traditional dishes that star leftovers, fighting food waste in delicious ways.

No food left uneaten: Beloved dishes that came from leftovers

Spain

'Consumers are not aware we are slaves inside the greenhouses'

Exploitation plagues Spain's farming province, with migrant workers paid below minimum wage and living in squalor.

'Consumers are not aware we are slaves inside the greenhouses'

Poland

As populists hold on to power in Poland, press freedom fears rise

Journalists are worried about the ruling PiS party's vague pre-election pledge to usher in 'new media order'.

As populists hold on to power in Poland, press freedom fears rise

NATO

Turkey's relationship with NATO tested over Syria operation

Schisms between Turkey and NATO members surface as Secretary General Stoltenberg warns Ankara of potential ISIL risk.

Turkey's relationship with NATO tested over Syria operation

Latin America

Bolivia: The end of Evo Morales?

The Bolivian president has led the country for 13 years but his bid for a fourth term is testing his popularity.

Bolivia: The end of Evo Morales?