Al Jazeera examines how the death of a Tunisian street vendor led to a wave of uprisings across the Arab world.
The Rageh Omaar Report
Returning to the stories that others have forgotten but which continue to shape our world.
In its fourth decade as a nation, Zimbabwe does not appear to have fulfilled the hopes so many had at independence.
Unwanted, marginalised and defiant – the Roma people have become the target of governments across Europe.
Why is the fate of thousands who disappeared during the Lebanese civil war still unsolved?
Month after the World Cup South Africa can finally assess how to overcome the huge number of challenges it faces.
The spectre of austerity is haunting the birthplace of Western democracy.
Rageh Omaar travels to Serbia and Bosnia to examine the former President’s legacy.
How 20 Somali-Americans who went to fight in Somalia were classified as terrorists.
The Rageh Omaar Report examines the issues behind Bangkok’s political crisis.