Unsuccessful attempts at reform and the growth of private schools are hurting underprivileged families.
Activists use hashtag #IWD2018 to raise awareness about women's rights.
In part three of the series on North Korean defectors, Al Jazeera speaks to cartoonist CS Guk who fled in 2010.
Communal violence in central Kandy region has led to the deaths of at least two people with dozens injured.
Programme graduates its first batch of 400 students, with 50 receiving early acceptances into schools such as Harvard.
Human Rights Monitor calls on Saudi authorities to investigate allegations of abuse and death in custody.
After risking everything for a better life in Djibouti, Abdullah Muhammad says he may have to return to war-torn Yemen.
In the first of a three-part series profiling journalism fixers, Al Jazeera talks to one covering conflict in Ukraine.
In part two of a series on journalism fixers, Al Jazeera talks to a Rohingya helping report on fellow refugees.
In the final part of Al Jazeera's series profiling fixers, a former child soldier describes his journey into journalism.
The ongoing war in Yemen, which has displaced millions of people, is far more complex than a Sunni-Shia conflict.
Dire living conditions in Nigeria's capital for thousands who escaped the armed group's violence in the northeast.
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