Middle East

HRW: Eight Lebanese citizens face 'terrorism' trial in UAE

Emirati media reported the men are linked to Hezbollah but their families say they have no political affiliations.

HRW: Eight Lebanese citizens face 'terrorism' trial in UAE

India elections 2019

In India's Assam, Muslim families evicted weeks before elections

Authorities evict more than 600 families from their homes accusing them of illegally occupying government land.

In India's Assam, Muslim families evicted weeks before elections

Malaysia

'We left from war and found ourselves in another war'

Barred from working and accessing education, war-scarred Yemenis face life of fear and uncertainty in Malaysia.

'We have nothing': A life in limbo for Malaysia's Yemeni refugees

Kosovo

Remembering NATO's bombing in Kosovo 20 years later

Kosovars remember air raids to remove Milosevic's forces as moment filled with both fear and spirit of liberation.

20 years after NATO bombing campaign, mixed sentiments in Kosovo

Talk to Al Jazeera

Masoumeh Ebtekar: 'The whole world was against Iran'

The Iranian vice president for Women and Family Affairs discusses the principles of the Islamic revolution, 40 years on.

Masoumeh Ebtekar: 'The whole world was against Iran'

Thailand

Crossing the line: Thailand’s fight for free speech

As the nation heads to the polls, artists are fighting for democracy. Play the game to see if you can survive in Bangkok’s art world.

Crossing the line: Thailand’s fight for free speech

UpFront

Who is Venezuela's legitimate leader?

Eva Golinger and Eli Lake debate the political crisis in Venezuela and the prospects for a US-led military intervention.

Who is Venezuela's legitimate leader?

United States

Las Vegas: Homeless youth most vulnerable to sex trafficking

Survivors of the illegal sex trade say the city's culture and high rates of homelessness give traffickers the advantage.

Las Vegas: Homeless youth most vulnerable to sex trafficking

Special series

Al Jazeera's Water Docs

From Kenyan water women, to Iran's drought crisis and a polluted paradise: our picks for World Water Day, and every day.

World Water Day: Must-Watch Documentaries

101 East

Reuniting Korea's Families

After 68 years of separation, an elderly South Korean mother has the chance to reunite with her North Korean son.

Reuniting Korea's Families

Crime

Coerced to confess: How US police get confessions

Why would someone confess to a crime they did not commit? We look at six cases of coerced confessions in the US.

Coerced to confess: How US police get confessions

Egypt

Egyptian novelist 'sued' for criticising military officials

Alaa al-Aswany says he faces lawsuit for insulting Egypt's President Adel Fattah el-Sisi, armed forces and judiciary.

Egyptian novelist 'sued' for criticising military officials

Asylum Seekers

Asylum seekers say they fear return to Mexico under new US policy

Several asylum seekers tell US judge they're afraid to wait in Mexico while their cases are heard in the United States.

Asylum seekers say they fear return to Mexico under new US policy

Head to Head

Transcript: Gowher Rizvi on the state of politics in Bangladesh

Read the full transcript of our discussion with Gowher Rizvi on democracy, Rohingya refugees and freedom of the press.

Transcript: Gowher Rizvi on the state of politics in Bangladesh

Egypt

Egypt tightens restrictions on media, social networks

Egypt imposes new rules that allows state to block websites and social media accounts for 'fake news' or incitement.

Egypt tightens restrictions on media, social networks