Heartache and suffering: Slavery in Brazil

Al Jazeera America follows one man as he retraces his road to exploitation in his own country

Topics:
International
Labor
Brazil

Bikinians evacuated ‘for good of mankind’ endure lengthy nuclear fallout

Seven decades after being forced off atoll for US nuclear tests, Bikini Islanders demand fair compensation, cleanup

Topics:
International
Nuclear Weapons
Marshall Islands

Remembering Ayotzinapa

Families of the 43 missing Mexican students reflect on an agonizing year

Topics:
International
Mexico

Haitian migrants allege deportation, but DR disputes claims

Among those who left Dominican Republic voluntarily, harassment, intimidation and racial discrimination cited as reasons

Topics:
Immigration
Haiti
Dominican Republic

The ghosts of Machil

In Kashmir, a rare guilty verdict for Indian army officers who killed three local men offers hope for the future

Topics:
International
Kashmir
India

The fight for clean water in Flint, Mich.

It’s not the government but private citizens and researchers who have been battling to reveal dangerous lead levels

Topics:
Water
Michigan
U.S.

Romania's Disappearing Girls

Poverty, desperation drive girls from their hometowns and villages and into the arms of sex traffickers

Topics:
Human Trafficking
Romania
International

The losing battle against conflict minerals

Minerals from countries where sales fund corruption and violence continue to enter the US, as oversight proves tricky

Topics:
Human Rights
Corruption
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Berlin’s refugee youths

As Germany cuts services for asylum seekers, advocates worry that a new generation may not integrate into society

Topics:
International
Refugees
Berlin

In Bangladesh a sham at Shams factory

Mega-chain the Children's Place continues to source clothes in unsafe sweatshops

Topics:
International
Bangladesh
Economy

Blood, sweat and sugar: Trade deal fails Haitian workers on DR plantations

Cane cutters work overly long days for poor pay in violation of Dominican labor laws and international agreement

Topics:
Economy
Labor
Dominican Republic

From marriage to murder

When she was barely a teen, Wasila Tasiu became a wife. Seventeen days later, she was an accused killer

Topics:
Nigeria
International
Women's Rights

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