For many farmers who migrated to the country’s Eastern Highlands, hopes for a better life are turning into a nightmare.
My mother is her own universe and has the ability to call a new continent home.
More publishing options at home and abroad are catapulting the country’s young writers to fame.
As India locked down last year, locals turned to Korean dramas, spurring a jump in sales of Korean food, makeup, music.
After the last American soldier left, Al Jazeera’s Osama Bin Javaid was the first to report from outside of Kabul.
Is it safer to risk the rare side effects of jabs than catching COVID without the protection that vaccines offer?
Women from the Parisian suburbs that produced Pogba and Mbappé say French Football Federation rules are discriminatory.
I grew up in the city, with concrete sidewalks and tarred roads, and for me, the village was an endless adventure.
‘It was like she was floating. I was so close I could see her face. She didn’t scream.’
How one woman is determined to stay despite the uncertain future that women like her face in the country.
Trang Nguyen is a rarity in Vietnam where civil society is viewed with scepticism and most young people want more lucrat
Stan Honda reflects on the death and destruction he witnessed and some of the iconic images he captured that day.
Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities.
Was it Nixon’s decision to end military conscription in 1973 that allowed America’s latest war to continue for 20 years?