Togo

Togo government and opposition to hold crisis talks

High hopes on talks scheduled to begin on Thursday between President Gnassingbe's government and opposition parties.

Togo government and opposition to hold crisis talks

Yemen

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

Nearly three years after seizing the capital, Sanaa, the Houthis have consolidated their grip over large parts of Yemen.

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

Internet

Rising internet shutdowns aimed at 'silencing dissent'

Governments around the world are increasingly cutting off internet access in the wake of people's protests.

Rising internet shutdowns aimed at 'silencing dissent'

Cameroon

Cameroon internet shutdowns cost Anglophones millions

In an attempt to quell criticism, the government of Cameroon continues to shut down social media and messaging apps.

Cameroon internet shutdowns cost Anglophones millions

Environment

China ban on domestic ivory sales comes into force

Wildlife activists hail development as a major milestone in the history of elephant conservation.

China ban on domestic ivory sales comes into force

Science & Technology

EU plans to restrict export of 'dual-use' spy tech

Changes will increase transparency around the export of technologies used for both civil and military purposes.

EU plans to restrict export of 'dual-use' spy tech

Human Rights

Dutch police officer 'may wear headscarf with uniform'

Dutch Human Rights Commission rules that Sarah Izat should be allowed to wear a headscarf with her uniform.

Dutch police officer 'may wear headscarf with uniform'

Refugees

Refugees in limbo as Manus detention centre shuts

More than 600 refugees will be moved out of the detention camp after PNG Supreme Court ordered the centre to be shut.

Refugees in limbo as Manus detention centre shuts

Refugees

Manus refugees: 'Death is better than this slavery'

With the Manus Island detention centre slated to close, Al Jazeera speaks with four refugees about planned relocation.

Manus refugees: 'Death is better than this slavery'

Iraq

Iraq war map: Who controls what

As fighting in parts of Iraq intensifies, a visual breakdown of the control of territory after years of war.

Iraq war map: Who controls what

United States

US city links hurricane relief to support for Israel

In Dickinson, Texas, residents must sign a pledge not to boycott Israel in order to obtain hurricane relief funds.

US city links hurricane relief to support for Israel

North Korea

North Korea: All you need to know explained in graphics

A visual explainer on North Korea and the recent increase in tensions regarding its nuclear and missile programmes.

North Korea: All you need to know explained in graphics