101 East

Afghanistan: School Scandal

Why are so few Afghan girls in school, despite the international community investing billions into girls' education?

Interactive

Armed groups in Somalia

Al Jazeera takes an in-depth look at areas of control in Somalia.

Armed groups in Somalia

Human Rights

Afghanistan: Who controls what

More than a decade after the fall of the Taliban in 2001, the armed group is still active across Afghanistan.

Afghanistan: Who controls what

101 East

Beijing's Brutal Evictions

Mass evictions and demolitions in the Chinese capital have forced hundreds of thousands from their homes.

Nigeria

Nigeria bushmeat industry rebounds after Ebola outbreak

The meat business was brought to its knees by the 2014 West Africa Ebola upsurge but is now slowly recovering.

Nigeria bushmeat industry rebounds after Ebola outbreak

Child rights

Half the world's children at risk from poverty, war

Conditions faced by children worsened in 40 countries last year, new Save the Children study says.

Al Jazeera World

The Last Nomads of Morocco

Morocco's nomadic tribes are gradually giving up their traditional way of life to offer their children formal education.

Voices

Nigeria's Islamic schools offer hope to the destitute

Religious schools reign in Nigeria's most populous state as many students can't afford private learning centres.

In Nigeria's Kano, Islamic schools provide affordable education

Poverty & Development

Nipah virus outbreak kills 10 in India

No vaccine available for deadly infection carried by fruit bats, as 12 tested positive in southern state of Kerala.

Nipah virus outbreak kills 10 in India

Poverty & Development

Grenfell inquiry set to begin

The investigation has been criticised for failing to represent survivors of the deadly fire.

Interactive

All you need to know about Ebola virus disease

A recent outbreak of the deadly virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo has raised concerns of another epidemic.

All you need to know about Ebola virus disease

Counting the Cost

Venezuela's oil meltdown

We examine why Venezuela's oil-based economy is falling apart despite the fact that global oil prices have recovered.

Middle East

Palestinians' Great March of Return: The human cost

As Palestinians marked 70 years of Nakba, Israel responded by firing live ammunition - killing dozens of demonstrators.

Palestinians' Great March of Return: The human cost

Voices

Meet the couple bringing Earthships to hurricane-hit Puerto Rico

Built from tyres, bottles and cans, Earthships are bringing life back to island devastated by last year's deadly storms.

Meet the couple bringing Earthships to hurricane-hit Puerto Rico

Al Jazeera World

Egypt's Women Street Sellers

The stories of five Egyptian village women supporting their entire families by selling local produce in the markets.