African migrants set off on the perilous journey from the Sahara town of Agadez to Europe
Up to 50,000 Tanzanians living in its largest city, Dar es Salaam are drug users, according to the charity Medecins Du Monde.
Domestic workers are among the most vulnerable employees because few of them are protected by labour laws. Here are some facts about the world's 53 million domestic workers.
Improvised masks are put to the test as protesters fill the streets of Burundi's capital
Contestants at the International Gay Rodeo in Arkansas, a U.S. state which bans same-sex marriage, compete in events from barrel racing to bull riding
Unrest has plunged the central African nation of Burundi into its worst crisis in a decade. As army officers tried to stage a coup to stop President Pierre Nkurunziza's attempt to seek a third term in office, Reuters photographer Thomas Mukoya set out to document the realities of daily life.
Afghan, Iranian and Sudanese immigrants, living precariously in abandoned factories in Patras, western Greece, try to stow away on nearby ferries to Italy as they seek a better life in Europe beyond crisis-hit Greece
Reuters photographer Asmaa Waguih travelled to Mount Sinjar, Iraq, to document the life of women fighters at a PKK militia base
Eviction fear hangs over Malians living on land leased to Libya
This package showcases the work of Darrin Zammit Lupi covering the arrival of African migrants in Malta over the last decade
500 million people depend on small-scale fishery for their livelihoods. Here are 5 facts about the importance of small-scale fishery
More than half a million children fall ill with tuberculosis each year but the number could be twice as high because many cases are never diagnosed.
The world will have a 40% shortfall in water supply by 2030 unless it changes the way it manages water. See 5 facts about water and development