Arts & Culture

Comic book genius Stan Lee, creator of Spider-Man, dies at 95

Lee revolutionised comic books by introducing human frailties in superheroes such as Fantastic Four and Incredible Hulk.

Reporter's Notebook

Why the language of journalism fails indigenous people

A journalist with indigenous roots reflects on the making of We Are Still Here: A Story from Native Alaska.

The Listening Post

History suppressed: Censorship in Israel's archives

Troves of looted Palestinian books, documents, photographs and films are sealed in Israel's archives and libraries.

Al Jazeera Correspondent

The Soviet Scar

A union of equals or Russian occupation? A personal journey exploring how decades of Soviet rule have shaped Georgia.


How David Handley changed the face of Australia's Bondi beach

Al Jazeera spoke to David Handley the founder of Bondi's 'Sculpture by the Sea'. The Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in Sydney and Perth is Australia's largest annual outdoor sculpture exhibition.


Artifacts found in Cairo could be '4,000 years old'

A joint mission of Egyptian and German archaeologists found several fragments of stone slabs in eastern Cairo.

Egypt: Artifacts discovered in Cairo could be 4,000 years old


Chile seeks return of artifacts from London museums

Chile is the latest country to seek repatriation for significant items taken away by the British.

Chile seeks return of artifacts from London museums


Singapore's bid for UNESCO hawker food listing eats at neighbours

As regional rivals and food critics scoff, city-state is petitioning for UNESCO recognition of its street-fare culture.

Singapore's bid for UNESCO hawker food listing eats at neighbours

Asia Pacific

Rap Against Dictatorship: Thai music video riles government

Young people in Thailand are using music as the medium to send a strong political message to the military government.


Living in a conspiracy theory in Trump's America

Today conspiracy theories have become the true 'opium of the masses'.

Hamid Dabashi

by Hamid Dabashi

Hamid Dabashi

101 East

Korean Dogs: Friend or Food

The dog meat industry and animal rights activists face off as South Korea considers banning killing dogs for meat.


Bhutan: What it means to be happy in the 'happiest country'

We are in the birthplace of 'gross national happiness' to find out how does a country measure happiness.

Arts & Culture

Over 2,400-year-old Greek vessel found in Black Sea

The trading ship, previously only seen in an intact state on the side of ancient Greek pottery, was dated back to 400BC.

Oldest intact shipwreck known to humanity found in Black Sea

US & Canada

New museum in US tackles racist heritage of law enforcement

A new museum dedicated to the history of law enforcement has opened in Washington, DC, saying it wants to create a dialogue as police have come under increasing scrutiny in recent years.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Beyond tutus: Svetlana Zakharova on ballet in Putin's Russia

Bolshoi Ballet's prima ballerina discusses ballet, Russia-Ukraine relations, #MeToo, and the arts in Putin's Russia.