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  • Who should stand up for human rights? – Inside Story

    Amnesty International says the world has become a darker place, with a rise in ‘divisive and dangerous’ politics.

    Who should stand up for human rights? – Inside Story
    Who should stand up for human rights? – Inside Story

    Amnesty International says the world has become a darker place, with a rise in ‘divisive and dangerous’ politics.

    24:55Feb 23, 2017

  • Life expectancy to surpass 90 years by 2030

    According to a new study, the future is looking longer and healthier for people in developed nations. Research shows average life expectancy in South Korea could surpass 90 years, something previously thought impossible.

    Life expectancy to surpass 90 years by 2030
  • Scientists examine carbon emissions underwater

    The burning of oil and coal is one of the largest contributors to global warming. Scientists in Antarctica are examining how sea life absorbs carbon from the atmosphere. Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports off east Antarctica.

    Scientists examine carbon emissions underwater
  • Post Script - Tarek Bazley - Antarctica promo

    Post Script - Tarek Bazley - Antarctica

    Post Script - Tarek Bazley - Antarctica promo
  • Republicans criticise Trump over Flynn issue

    The US senate has confirmed Donald Trump's pick to head the Environmental Protection Agency despite fierce opposition from environmental groups.

    Republicans criticise Trump over Flynn issue
  • Sustainable fashion enjoys a growing fan base

    When it comes to fashion, how clothes are made is just as important as how they look. The trend is known as sustainable fashion. Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey reports from New York City.

    Sustainable fashion enjoys a growing fan base
  • Australia puts coal mining ahead of Aboriginal rights

    Australia's government is changing the law in order to get a mining project over the line. Carmichael coal mine is already controversial for environmental reasons.

    Australia puts coal mining ahead of Aboriginal rights
    Australia puts coal mining ahead of Aboriginal rights

    Australia's government is changing the law in order to get a mining project over the line. Carmichael coal mine is already controversial for environmental reasons.

    02:50Feb 18, 2017

  • African cinema makes it's mark at Berlin Film Festival

    When it comes to African cinema, what the rest of the world sees is often Nigeria's Nollywood and foreign-produced dramas.

    African cinema makes it's mark at Berlin Film Festival
  • US: All eyes on new environment chief Pruitt

    Scott Pruitt has been named by the US Senate as the new environment chief. Al Jazeera's Tom Ackerman digs a little deeper into Pruitt's past to see what kind of decisions the new chief is likely to make.

    US: All eyes on new environment chief Pruitt
  • Mugabe's wife: He could run for election 'as a corpse'

    The wife of Zimbabwe's elderly president says her husband could run 'as a corpse' in next year's election, if he dies before the vote. Grace Mugabe, while rallying supporters, also accused some in the ruling party of plotting to take power.

    Mugabe's wife: He could run for election 'as a corpse'
  • Tillerson makes soothing sounds on Syria strategy

    All eyes have been on the new US Secretary of State as foreign ministers from G20 nations met in the German city of Bonn. Rex Tillerson came with a message from the White House: America will not tilt towards Moscow as it works on a Syria strategy.

    Tillerson makes soothing sounds on Syria strategy
  • Hip hop and furs as New York Fashion week wraps up

    One of the leading designers at New York Fashion week has taken his show to the streets. Marc Jacobs says the industry is in the grip of change Al Jazeera’s Diane Estabrook reports from New York.

    Hip hop and furs as New York Fashion week wraps up