Al Jazeera Staff

Al Jazeera Staff

Rohingya

Who are the Rohingya?

The more than one million Rohingya Muslims are described as the 'world's most persecuted minority'.

Who are the Rohingya?

Latin America

Miguel Diaz-Canel: Cuba's post-Castro president

Little known about 57-year-old's plans to tackle challenges facing Communist country, including its struggling economy.

Miguel Diaz-Canel: Cuba's post-Castro president

Egypt

Egypt's 2018 presidential 'election': What you need to know

Egyptians abroad prepare to vote beginning on March 16 in Egypt's fourth contested presidential polls.

Egypt's 2018 presidential 'election': What you need to know

Gun violence

Florida high school shooting: What we know so far

At least 17 people are dead after a gunman opened fire on a local high school in southeastern Florida.

Florida high school shooting: What we know so far

Europe

UK knife crime takes toll on black teenagers

Young black and ethnic teenage boys 'disproportionately' affected as both victims and perpetrators in London.

UK knife crime takes toll on black teenagers

Donald Trump

Who has been charged in Mueller's Trump-Russia investigation?

We break down Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 elections.

Who has been charged in Mueller's Trump-Russia investigation?

Racism

Hate groups in US grow for third straight year: SPLC

The number of hate groups has grown by 20 percent since 2014, the Southern Poverty Law Center said in a new report.

Hate groups in US grow for third straight year: SPLC

Arts & Culture

Dafen oil painting village: The world's art factory

Artists in China's Dafen village once produced 60 percent of new oil paintings worldwide, but Dafen is now under threat.

Dafen oil painting village: The world's art factory

Iraq

Iraqi tribesmen warn ISIL fighters' families

government seeks $90bn for reconstruction.

Iraqi tribesmen warn ISIL fighters' families

Tamil Tigers

The fear inside us: Confronting Sri Lanka's past

As Sri Lanka marks 70 years of independence, the nation has a long road ahead in tackling post-war reconciliation.

The fear inside us: Confronting Sri Lanka's past

Thailand

Forced labour blights Thailand's fishing industry: HRW

Rights abuses still rampant in profitable sector despite government pledge to implement reforms, Human Rights Watch says.

Forced labour blights Thailand's fishing industry: HRW

Turkey-Syria border

Turkey's operation in Syria's Afrin: The key players

We take a look at key players as Turkey launches operation to push out Kurdish fighters from Syrian border towns.

Turkey's operation in Syria's Afrin: The key players