Photojournalist, Seif Kousmate, photographed and interviewed current and former slaves in Mauritania and got imprisoned by police in the process.
They thought they were signing up for a dream but it turned out to be a trafficking nightmare.
The virus’ resurgence, this time in a city of more than one-million people could set the scene for a fast-spreading disaster.
This is what life is like in the world's last country to ban slavery
Football’s dashed hopes: The teenagers sold a Premier League lie
The testing ground: Could an experimental vaccine save the DRC from Ebola?
During this initiation season, we look back at what happened in 2013 when bungled initiations cost boys their penises.
Men can help to prevent new HIV infections by showing up for their partners. Here’s how:
Until two years ago, it was Sibonelo Gumede’s job to help developers get rid of people who used drugs in neighbourhoods. Then his life changed.
Bhekisisa means "to scrutinise" in Zulu
In South Africa, Zulu patients who would like to be thoroughly assessed by a doctor, would ask the physician to "bhekisisa" them.