Witness

Letters from Death Row: Life after Prison in Pakistan

A man who survives two decades on death row struggles to build a new life after prison.

AJ Impact

Indonesia protests will not derail reform agenda, says president

Indonesia's Joko Widodo says people can express their opinions, but he has authority to see through reforms.

Indonesia protests will not derail reform agenda, says president

Police

Tyler's stolen youth: Compensating the wrongly convicted

Tyler Edmonds was 13 years old when he confessed to a murder he didn't commit. Two decades on he still pays the price.

Tyler's stolen youth: Compensating the wrongly convicted

Middle East

Tunisia court leaves presidential hopeful Nabil Karoui in prison

Ruling comes less than 2 weeks before runoff which will see media mogul face retired law professor Kais Saied.

Tunisia court leaves presidential hopeful Nabil Karoui in prison

Ethiopia

Is the Ethiopian justice system on the right path of reform?

An infamous prison was closed and there are bids to prosecute officials who abused power, but activists remain cautious.

Is the Ethiopian justice system on the right path of reform?

AJ IMPACT

Google wins 'right to be forgotten' case in top EU court

European Court of Justice rules against obliging Google to apply 'right to be forgotten' rule globally.

Google wins 'right to be forgotten' case in top EU court

AJ Impact

US increases scrutiny into foreign investments

Committee on Foreign Investments in United States will have greater power to examine foreign transactions.

US increases scrutiny into foreign investments

AJ Impact

California's latest bill could transform the gig economy

Bill aims to secure protection for contract workers and paves way for similar laws by other US states.

California's latest bill could transform the gig economy

Family

Can new parents have both a family and a stable career?

Mothers and fathers face increasing pressure to keep jobs on track while meeting the rising costs of childcare.

Can new parents have both a family and a stable career?

My Ethiopia

Meaza Ashenafi: Judging Ethiopia's Future

Meet Ethiopia's first female chief justice as she takes on the challenges of transforming the country's judicial system.

In the Field

Land expropriation through the eyes of South African farmers

We speak to South African farmers about land expropriation and hear their personal views on this divisive issue.

Europe

Europe's top rights court condemns Russia over Magnitsky's death

The European Court of Human Rights orders Moscow to pay Sergei Magnitsky's widow and mother almost $38,000 in damages.

Europe's top rights court condemns Russia over Magnitsky's death

Women's Rights

Will Mexico’s ‘glitter protests’ change rape culture?

Hundreds take part in feminist rallies after allegations that police officers raped teens.

Will Mexico’s ‘glitter protests’ change rape culture?

Al Jazeera World

Sudan: Hassan Al-Turabi's Life and Politics

A two-part story about Hassan al-Turabi, one of Sudan's most influential political figures and thinkers.

In the Field

'I felt I was going to die': Battling domestic violence in Iraq

Corruption and the absence of effective laws prevent survivors of domestic abuse from getting justice and protection.