Human Rights

US may have separated 'thousands more' migrant children: Audit

Owing to inadequate record-keeping, the exact number of children separated from families is still unknown.

US may have separated 'thousands more' migrant children: Audit

Middle East

Another Saudi woman takes to Twitter to 'escape abusive family'

Identified as Nojoud al-Mandeel, she posts audio clip alleging her father beat and burned her 'over something trivial'.

Another Saudi woman takes to Twitter to 'escape abusive family'

101 East

North Korea's Secret Money

101 East reveals the shadowy financial operations funding North Korea's economy and fueling its missile ambitions.

North Korea's Secret Money

US-Mexico border

'Migration won't stop no matter how tall the wall is'

Undeterred by Trump's threats and US policies, another group of migrants leaves El Salvador.

'Migration isn't going to stop': Salvadorans join new caravans

Canada

US: Death sentence to Canadian in China 'politically motivated'

Ottawa rallying allies after Canadian citizens' arrest in China in light of top Huawei executive's arrest in Canada.

US: Death sentence to Canadian in China 'politically motivated'

US-Mexico border

Trial of US desert aid volunteers raises stakes on border

Observers worry that the trial marks an escalation by US authorities targeting humanitarian volunteers in the desert.

Trial of US desert aid volunteers raises stakes on border

Al Jazeera World

Jerusalem's Palestinian Cabbies

Palestinian taxi drivers reflect on the Israeli occupation, argumentative passengers and regional politics.

Jerusalem's Palestinian Cabbies

United States

New poll sheds light on effect of US government shutdown

A new survey finds that four in 10 Americans either are affected by partial shutdown or know someone who is affacted.

New poll sheds light on effect of US government shutdown

Honduras

'We live in a crisis in Honduras': New US-bound caravan forms

Over 1,000 Hondurans set off for US border, calling on Trump to give them asylum after fleeing 'crisis' at home.

'We live in a crisis in Honduras': New US-bound caravan forms

Human Rights

Israel evicting Palestinian family to replace them with settlers

Authorities hand eviction order to the Sabbagh family of 45 people, so Israeli settlers could move into their homes.

Israel evicting Palestinian family to replace them with settlers

Saudi Arabia

'Treated as a slave': Saudi teen details family abuse

After gaining asylum in Canada, Rahaf Mohammed says she was exposed to violence and locked up for months in the kingdom.

'Nothing to lose': Saudi teen Rahaf Mohammed details family abuse

Women's Rights

Judge blocks Trump birth control coverage rules in 13 states, DC

Judge partially blocks rules that allow employers to opt out of providing women no-cost birth control from taking effect

Judge blocks Trump birth control coverage rules in 13 states, DC

Iran

Jailed British-Iranian begins prison hunger strike protest

Dual citizen Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe to protest for 72 hours over lack of access to medical treatment, husband says.

Jailed British-Iranian begins prison hunger strike protest

Cambodia

Hun Sen says opposition 'dead' if EU removes trade benefits

Cambodian leader's attack comes as EU mulls removal of Everything But Arms status over human rights concerns.

Hun Sen says opposition 'dead' if EU removes trade benefits

Inside Story

What does Rahaf's case say about social reform in Saudi Arabia?

Canada has granted asylum to Rahaf al-Qunun, who fled Saudi Arabia to escape alleged abuse.

What does Rahaf's case say about social reform in Saudi Arabia?