Al Jazeera travels through China's border region to speak with members of the Uigher population - and is shadowed by plainclothes officers for the entire duration of the trip.
Many Pakistanis have lost their livelihoods, others their homes, and in some extreme cases, their lives.
A closer look at flood rescue efforts reveals a dismal attempt that hardly dignifies an already encumbered people.
Not keen on waiting for what they see as the national government's slow response, Japanese engineers come up with innovative ways of decontaminating Fukushima.
No one would argue now that choosing New Zealand to host the 2011 Rugby World Cup was the right decision. At least that's what Al Jazeera's resident New Zealander thinks.
How does a country recover six months after an earthquake and tsunami? This slideshow might give you an idea.
A wealthy coal-mining town in Inner Mongolia, designed to house one million people, remains nearly empty, five years after construction began.
"No one's blood is worth more or less. Yet, as I read and listen to the anniversary speeches and editorials I can only be disheartened at what is in front of me - that Western lives are worth more."
As the leaders of India and Bangladesh meet to discuss issues of trade, security and land recognition, the 3 million illegal Bangladeshi workers in India just want to be officially recognised by their countries.
Our correspondents navigates his way inside Indian Territory to a Bangladeshi enclave, where thousands get locked in and sealed off from outsiders upon nightfall.
Former Khmer Rouge prisoner who was saved from death after painting Pol Pot used art to continue to show the world what life was like under the brutal regime.