‘What I saw in Jerusalem’

On his first visit to Jerusalem, Al Jazeera journalist saw how daily life is completely.

On Israel, the death of a journalist, and the right to life

In the early hours of April 7, we received a message that Palestinian photojournalist Yaser.

How Slovakia stood up to a journalist’s murder and kicked out its prime minister

During his decade as Slovakia’s prime minister, Robert Fico flashed all the moves of the.

Separated Souls: Uighur journalist’s unbreakable resolve to help her detained family

Gulchehra Hoja still remembers the first time her daughter, then three years old, met her.

Burkina Faso’s alarming escalation of jihadist violence

By Rinaldo Depagne The attacks represent an alarming escalation for Burkina Faso in terms of.

Students lead protests against gun violence in US

Young people and their families demand stricter gun control laws after mass shooting at Florida.

Ethiopia frees journalist Eskinder Nega, 745 others

Ethiopia will release 746 more prisoners, including a journalist, Eskinder Nega and a senior opposition official.

Nigeria migrants who escaped Libya restart their lives

Life has been challenging for Grace Joshua since she returned to Lagos from Libya, a.

US envoy commends Gaidam for dev, support to security agencies

The United States Ambassador to Nigeria Mr. W Stuart Symington has commended Yobe state Governor.

Making way for pilgrims: The destruction of Mecca

The Middle East’s largest building project has effaced 1,400 years of Islamic history AS THE.