Ash Gallagher is a correspondent and multi-media journalist in Eastern Asia and the Middle East with over 15 years experience covering in-depth stories and collaborating visual media.
With millions suffering from years of war and severely degraded medical facilities, countries at war cannot pay the price of a new frontline.
Frontline medics talk about how they are fighting the disease despite being short-staffed and overwhelmed by the growing number of patients around the world.
The spread of Covid-19 is pressuring the human race to look at another global calamity: climate change.
Several Iraqi poets are putting their lives on the line and their mission goes beyond economic injustice.
The proxy wars are being fought by countries over land that doesn't belong to them and its the Iraqis who are paying with their lives.
The numbers of Christians in Iraq have plummeted and those who claim to help ensure their survival, often don't even understand what they need.
Mosul is in a race against time. If the central government ignores the basic needs of the population and refuses to reconstruct the badly damaged city, the people of Mosul might once again look to groups that can fill the vacuum.
Gaza's doctors and nurses work in impossible conditions putting everyone's well-being above their own. Studies show that medical workers from Gaza require care, that they may never get.
The only way to prevent a Daesh resurgence in Iraq is to integrate the poorest and most marginalised Iraqis into the economic and political structures of the country.
The upcoming Iraq elections are not only driven by security issues but also by poor economic circumstances and rampant corruption.
The riot victims say the Sri Lankan government is not doing enough to counter anti-Muslim groups that are acting with impunity across the country.
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