Saving lives in America's 'Suicide Belt'

Health workers in Montana distribute free trigger locks and connect troubled souls with doctors online.

    The American West is famous for its spectacular landscape and culture of individualism, but also for its high suicide rates.

    In the state of Montana, an average 15 people try to take their own lives every day.

    To try to save lives, health workers are giving out thousands of free trigger locks.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Beban reports from Helena, Montana.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


    'We will cut your throats': The anatomy of Greece's lynch mobs

    The brutality of Greece's racist lynch mobs

    With anti-migrant violence hitting a fever pitch, victims ask why Greek authorities have carried out so few arrests.

    The rise of Pakistan's 'burger' generation

    The rise of Pakistan's 'burger' generation

    How a homegrown burger joint pioneered a food revolution and decades later gave a young, politicised class its identity.

    From Cameroon to US-Mexico border: 'We saw corpses along the way'

    'We saw corpses along the way'

    Kombo Yannick is one of the many African asylum seekers braving the longer Latin America route to the US.