Unemployment

India unemployment rate highest in 45 years: Report

The jobless rate stands at 6.1 percent, a local newspaper reports, citing an official survey withheld by the government.

India unemployment rate highest in 45 years: Report

Al Jazeera World

Morocco's Village Superwomen

Emotional stories of women overcoming hardship without any outside support, as their husbands seek work elsewhere.

Bangladesh

Almost 5,000 Bangladeshi garment workers sacked over strikes

Workers sewing clothes for international brands had protested earlier this month over wages.

Almost 5,000 Bangladeshi garment workers sacked over strikes

Human Rights

From waste to taste: Brazil's fight against food waste

Brazilians fight back against food waste by educating the youth and salvaging food.

From waste to taste: Brazil's fight against food waste

Poverty & Development

World's richest got $2.5bn richer each day in 2018

Billionaires' fortunes grew by billions daily as poorest saw wealth decline by 11 percent last year, Oxfam report says.

Oxfam: World's richest 26 own same wealth as poorest half

101 East

North Korea's Secret Money

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

Poverty & Development

Bangladesh police and garment workers clash over wage rise

Police fire tear gas and water cannon on protesters, who have been demanding higher wages for the past two weeks.

Bangladesh police and garment workers clash over wage rise

Talk to Al Jazeera

Achim Steiner: Yemen, Libya and how to rebuild nations in crisis

The head of the UN Development Programme talks about countries hit by crises and what it takes to rebuild them.

The Far Right

'Not just horror and crime': Parallel worlds in Berlin's Neukolln

Residents of the diverse neighbourhood often dismissed as 'no-go zone' discuss diversity, integration, gentrification.

'Not just horror and crime': Parallel worlds in Berlin's Neukolln

Europe

In Greece, Merkel embraces former Eurosceptics

The warm greeting for Merkel could signal a new push for Eurocentric parties ahead of European parliament elections.

In Greece, Merkel embraces former Eurosceptics

Europe

Merkel visits Greece in show of 'EU solidarity' amid protests

Observers say the visit is a chance to move past a difficult relationship between Berlin and Athens.

Head to Head

Transcript: Obiageli Ezekwesili on Nigeria and Boko Haram

Read the full transcript of our discussion on Nigeria politics, corruption, and Boko Haram.

Opinion

Why Africa loves China

Contrary to what the West believes, Africans do not see themselves as victims of Chinese economic exploitation.

Mehari Taddele Maru

by Mehari Taddele Maru

Mehari Taddele Maru

Counting the Cost

Is China's economy slowing?

The same old fears about a slowdown in China shake global financial markets in the New Year.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Lenin Moreno: It is necessary to establish a new ideology

Ecuador's president talks about his hopes for the future of the region, a shift in ideology and Julian Assange.