AJ IMPACT

Zimbabwe's food crisis: 'Food security is national security'

According to recent data, about 5.5 million people, 38 percent of the rural population, currently faces food insecurity.

Zimbabwe's food crisis: 'Food security is national security'

AJ Impact

Australia should consider East Timor energy projects: Senator

Australian senator proposes support for controversial Timor Sea oil and gas development, as China looms over region.

Australia should consider East Timor energy projects: Senator

AJ IMPACT

European banks accused of failing to protect DRC palm oil workers

HRW accuses 4 development banks from UK, Belgium, Germany and Netherlands of lack of oversight in DRC investment.

European banks accused of failing to protect DRC palm oil workers

Environment

Officials to meet on Mekong crisis as fishing communities suffer

Mekong River Commission will meet in Phnom Penh as dams and drought take toll on the once-mighty waterway.

Officials to meet on Mekong crisis as fishing communities suffer

Studio B Unscripted

'Core of nationalism is ugly': Elif Shafak & W Soyinka

Two writers discuss the rewriting of history, culture wars, multiple identities and the storyteller's duty to speak up.

Talk to Al Jazeera

'We'll be back': Evo Morales on Bolivia unrest and resignation

The former president of Bolivia discusses his resignation, country's political crisis and plans for the future.

Al Jazeera Selects

Evictions: Fighting to Keep a Home in Jerusalem, Lagos & Bajamar

From Lagos to Jerusalem and Bajamar in Colombia, people take a stand against evictions in their struggling communities.

Witness

Mr Toilet: The Su-poo-hero of Global Sanitation

An eccentric entrepreneur is determined to provide better sanitation for millions of people who lack proper toilets.

Middle East

Iraq's protests fuelled by poverty, political stalemate

Protests continue in Iraq as frustrated populace demands jobs, better services and end to corruption.

AJ Impact

Can Brazil and China mend their relationship at the BRICS summit?

There is a desire to avoid confrontation over Venezuela, a key point on which Brazil disagrees with Russia and China.

Can Brazil and China mend their relationship at the BRICS summit?

AJ Impact

Indian rupee falls sharply after Moody's lowers rating outlook

Moody's says ineffective government economic policies have led to an increase in debts which were already high.

Indian rupee falls sharply after Moody's lowers rating outlook

AJ Close up

Kenya's Contraception King

Stanley Ngara is on a mission to make Kenya HIV-free.

Egypt

Trump calls Egypt's Sisi, backs talks on disputed dam on Nile

The US leader supports Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan's ongoing talks to resolve the dispute over the Renaissance Dam.

Trump calls Egypt's Sisi, backs talks on disputed dam on Nile

Agriculture

As debt grows, more Indian women farmers taking their lives

A vicious debt cycle is forcing women in Maharashtra state's Amravati to take their lives as agrarian crisis persists.

As debt grows, more Indian women farmers taking their lives

Africa

South Africa's first black rugby head inspires destitute players

Despite appointment of South Africa's first black rugby captain conditions for young players still far from ideal.