A weekly showcase of one-hour documentary films from across the Al Jazeera Network. Watch Al Jazeera World every Tuesday at 2000GMT
A look at the case of Mirko Graorac, a Croatian Serb sentenced to 15 years for war crimes he may not have committed.
Some risk sham marriages to obtain European residency for a partner – but the practice can have shattering consequences.
Life in the shadow of an active volcano might be risky but people living near Mount Vesuvius in Italy are there to stay.
The stories behind four iconic cafés in Marrakesh, Cairo, Algiers and Hebron and their role in conversation and culture.
The stories of five aspiring filmmakers in Morocco struggling to achieve success but united by a passion for their art.
The history of Oman’s dramatic rise and fall as a trading and imperial power, and its role in the Gulf today.
A filmmaker goes on trip to explore her Spanish heritage and learn about Moriscos, Christian Spaniards of Muslim origin.
The story of how Israeli-made spyware Pegasus works, the hacking of journalists’ phones and its ominous consequences.
Young Arabs living in Europe often feel marginalised in their societies, leaving some vulnerable to radicalisation.
Stories of four songs that reflect the Palestinian diaspora’s heritage and desire to return to a homeland left in 1948.
The life and death of journalist and academic Samir Kassir, who was killed by a car bomb in Beirut in 2005.