History

'We may never know how many Africans died during WWI'

In WWI, British Empire soldiers fought a four-year guerrilla campaign against a small German force in East Africa.

Untold history: The WWI battles that levelled East Africa

Reporter's Notebook

My cousin Robert E Lee

A personal story of owning and learning from a legacy associated with modern interpretations of racism in the US.

Al Jazeera Correspondent

A Moral Debt: The Legacy of Slavery in the USA

A journey of self-discovery and education, spanning the legacy of Confederate America and its modern ramifications.

Opinion

Black British history: A study in erasure

Black people are a part of the fabric of Britain, yet pupils are not taught the full story of Black history in schools.

Paula Akpan

by Paula Akpan

Paula Akpan

The Big Picture

How Libya was Torn Apart

The legacy of the life and death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

United Kingdom

Alternative museum tours explore colonial loot, biased narratives

Art historian Alice Procter's 'Uncomfortable Art Tours' come amid renewed debate over Europe returning African art.

Alternative museum tours explore colonial loot, biased narratives

Opinion

Can exhumation kill Franco once and for all?

Forty-three years after his death, the late dictator is still causing controversy in Spain.

Belen Fernandez

by Belen Fernandez

Belen Fernandez

Al Jazeera World

Israel's Hunt for the Red Prince, Ali Hassan Salameh

Salameh founded the Black September armed group that attacked 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics.

Opinion

Dear Pakistanis, this Defence Day, please stop celebrating hate

The Pakistani military has propagated a false narrative about the 1965 war that justifies its oversized role in society.

Taha Siddiqui

by Taha Siddiqui

Taha Siddiqui

Europe

The incredible story of a Bosnian concentration camp survivor

Ramiz Tiro lost 33kg in camps run by Croat forces, where he was tortured and forced to serve on the front lines.

The incredible story of a Bosnian concentration camp survivor

Poland

Muslim Tatars: The patriots practising a 'light version of Islam'

Muslims have lived in Poland for 600 years, but there is a fear that they will gradually abandon their culture.

Muslim Tatars: The patriots practising a 'light version of Islam'

Czech Republic

Czechs mark 50 years since bloody Soviet invasion

Scores of Czechoslovakians were killed in Prague after Soviet Union cracked down on anti-communist protesters in 1968.

Czechs mark 50 years since bloody Soviet invasion

Special series

Slavery Routes: Slavery's New Frontiers

Following abolition in Europe, the Industrial Revolution led to new forms exploitation for some 2.5 million slaves.

Al Jazeera World

Lessons from the Golden Era of Andalusia

A university teacher leads a group of students to Andalusia to explore cross-cultural and interfaith understanding.

United Kingdom

The first female MP was an anti-imperialist Irish rebel

Suffragette activist was the first woman to be elected to Commons in 1918, but as a Sinn Fein member refused her seat.

Constance Markievicz: A revolutionary Irish woman history forgot