Iraq

Mosul residents left to rebuild destroyed homes

A year after the fall of ISIL, civilians rue lack of support after their homes were heavily damaged or destroyed.

Mosul residents left to rebuild destroyed homes

Human Rights

Eugenic sterilisation in Japan: 'We all have the right to live'

As Tokyo prepares for the 2020 Paralympics, victims of Japan's forced sterilisation programme are fighting for justice.

Eugenic sterilisation in Japan: 'We all have the right to live'

Asia

'Silence' over Shahidul Alam's arrest at Dhaka festival

Organisers charged with maintaining silence over the jailing of acclaimed photographer, a claim they deny.

At Dhaka literature event, 'silence' over Shahidul Alam's arrest

US-Mexico border

Trump restricts asylum at the US-Mexico border

Presidential proclamation bars individuals who cross southern border between ports of entry from receiving asylum.

Trump restricts asylum at the US-Mexico border

Immigration

'Nothing can stop a mother who's searching for her son'

Tens of thousands of US-bound migrants and refugees have gone missing while crossing borders, rights groups say.

'The last call': Searching for missing relatives on migrant route

United States

US court rules against Trump on DACA immigrant programme

California judge rules to keep Obama-era protections for undocumented migrants brought to the US as children.

US court rules against Trump on DACA immigrant programme

Human Rights

UN: Number of migrants, refugees from Venezuela reaches 3 million

The exodus, driven by violence, hyperinflation and shortages of food amounts to around one in 12 of the population.

UN: Number of migrants, refugees from Venezuela reaches 3 million

Canada

Trudeau 'sorry' for Canada turning away Jewish refugees in 1939

German ship with more than 900 Jews fleeing the horrors of Nazi persecution was turned away in 1939.

Trudeau 'sorry' for Canada turning away Jewish refugees in 1939

101 East

Japan's Disability Shame

Examining how the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games is shining light on Japan's mistreatment of people considered imperfect.

Japan's Disability Shame

Philippines

34 lawyers killed since Duterte became president: lawyers' group

Human rights lawyer Benjamin Ramos worked for years representing poor farmers, environmentalists and activists.

34 lawyers killed since Duterte became president: lawyers' group

Human Rights

'Halt rushed Rohingya repatriation,' UN urges Myanmar, Bangladesh

Bangladesh and Myanmar agreed to start repatriating Rohingya to Rakhine state in November.

'Halt rushed Rohingya repatriation,' UN urges Myanmar, Bangladesh

Inside Story

Is China persecuting its Uighur Muslim minority?

The United Nations' Human Rights Council is examining Beijing's alleged crackdown on Uighur Muslims.

Is China persecuting its Uighur Muslim minority?

Al Jazeera World

Abraham Serfaty: Morocco's Mandela

Moroccan dissident Abraham Serfaty was jailed, tortured and exiled for his radical views over decades.

Abraham Serfaty: Morocco's Mandela

US Midterms 2018

Young voters: We can march, shout and walk out, but we must vote

A network of youth organisations calls on students to leave class at 10am local time and head to polling stations.

Young voters: We can march, shout and walk out, but we must vote

Reporter's Notebook

China's Xinjiang surveillance 'all pervasive'

The sinister, surreal and absurd for journalists who want to report on what's happening in China's far western region of Xinjiang.

 In China's Xinjiang, surveillance is all pervasive