We follow the investigations into the 2020 Beirut port blast.
Al Jazeera’s landmark documentary series that seek to engage, inform and inspire with a wide range of stories from around the world.
How shrapnel from Israeli missiles exposed French arms manufacturers, accused of complicity in a French court of law.
A creative exploration of android development and the complicated world of human-machine relationships.
We explore the low-cost, disposable fashion industry, and the high price paid by people and the planet.
The population of Michoacan state in Mexico is trapped in a cartel war between the government and criminal groups.
What are Bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrencies and can they lead to a more equitable, decentralised finance system?
High-frequency trading by AI at lightning speed shows how warring ‘bots’ have raised the risks of the money markets.
Farming is big business, but what is the true cost when corporations sway policy and chemicals drive food production?
Exposing a multi-million-dollar campaign that has undermined science and cast doubt on the dangers of climate change.
The story of Boca Juniors, their super-fans and how they became a team for the working class in Argentina.
Raja Casablanca football fans transform the political landscape of Morocco from inside the national stadium.
Celtic have some of the most passionate fans but their cause goes beyond sport to fight human rights issues.
Football chants, rock music and anti-establishment flair – St Pauli fans go beyond sport to focus on political activism.
How Liverpool FC became a symbol of defiance for its city and grew into one of the most popular teams on earth.