Preethi Nallu


A day in the life of a child refugee in Belgrade

Eleven-year-old Abuzar from Baghlan province in Afghanistan travelled on his own to Serbia. This is his story.

War & Conflict

'Memory gaps': Conflict reporting, access and activism

Amid restricted access and an increasingly polarised environment, the challenges and nature of reporting are changing.


Greece: Afghan refugees in Elliniko face camp closure

As EU prepares for Brussels Afghanistan conference, Afghan refugees weigh returning to homeland consumed by violence.

Human Rights

Greece outlines radical immigration reforms

Greece's new left-wing government wants to abolish detention centres for migrants who entered illegally.


Anti-austerity forces grow in Italy after Greece vote

In southern Europe, popular opposition has been mounting against the fiscal austerity measures demanded by Germany.

Humanitarian crises

Syrian women and children struggle in Lebanon

New visa requirement for Syrians in Lebanon has created additional challenges for families separated by the border.

Human Rights

Q&A: Bahrain rights defender Maryam Khawaja

Maryam Khawaja spoke to Al Jazeera before her recent arrest about the fight for human rights and freedom in Bahrain.

Human Rights

Interactive: A perilous passage

Record numbers of migrants have made harrowing sea journeys to Italy and Greece this year.


Fight for gender equality as India votes

Al Jazeera profiles four activists working across country for gender equality and political representation.


Telangana farmers left to fend for themselves

New state goes to polls but farmers immersed in debt due to crop failure see little hope.


Yadav: Congress has run away from elections

Co-founder of AAP, Yogendra Yadav, talks to Al Jazeera about entering Indian political fray.


Web Exclusive: Medha Patkar on campaign trail

Activist-turned politician and AAP candidate from Mumbai running to bring housing rights for slum dwellers.