The New York Times exposed new details about a 12-minute bombing campaign by US forces that could be a war crime.
Under inspection, a forensic investigator leads her unit to crime scenes in one of Mexico’s most violent cities.
Women working or studying at UK universities share how their complaints about sexual misconduct were mishandled.
Two-year investigation reveals how British universities are failing to protect their students from sexual harassment.
Al Jazeera investigation reveals complaints against staff and students habitually do not result in disciplinary action.
Al Jazeera investigation reveals how some of Britain’s top universities fail to protect students from sexual misconduct.
At Facebook, a whistleblower goes public amid a disastrous service outage. And in Egypt, online influencers under fire.
How one mysterious financier came to sit at the top table of oligarchs and power.
Al Jazeera goes undercover to show how English football clubs can become vehicles to launder the proceeds of crime.
The Men Who Sell Football exposes the murky world of club ownership in England and how rules can be abused.
How a construction project on a remote Mauritian island reveals a rising India and its plans as a regional superpower.
Inhabitants of the remote Mauritian island of Agaléga fear expulsion, can see parallels with Diego Garcia.
Analysis of data suggests construction of airstrip and jetty for military use as India expands influence towards Africa.
New report details how International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance misinformed public over anti-Semitism definition.