In systematic depletion of one of the world's last healthy stocks of fish, India loses up to $220m every year as a result of illegal fishing in its waters by foreign-owned ships.
Following the US soldier's shooting spree in Kandahar, the conversation moved to the "backlash" and focused on the accused soldier. The victims became a footnote: just the number 16.
Melissa Chan reports from Beijing on a mother's search for a missing daughter she says is among those being held in illegal detention centres.
Fed up with waiting for the government to clean up local farms, volunteers are doing their own test to determine the levels of radiation in soil.
Deciding how to mark the one-year anniversary since the tsunami and earthquake that battered Japan's northeast coast hit is proving to be a challenge.
Al Jazeera's Melissa Chan has a strange encounter with a rather Orwellian Chinese police officer, as she attempts to interview a rights attorney about the passage of a new law.
Australians like the money that natural resources bring, but are divided about whether the ecological costs are worth it.
Despite tough talk, the threat of sanctions and risks inherent in sidelining Arab allies may scupper proposed gas pipeline project between the two countries.
The Quran burnings at the Bagram airbase were only the latest in a long line of US mistakes over the course of the last 10 years.
Locals cater for endangered species after birds suffer from lack of wild game to eat due to hunting, poaching and loss of habitat.
Unseated president likely to be jailed as Maldivians vent frustrations at "coup" by burning government buildings.