Held captive by Daesh, bombed by the Russians and surrounded by the regime, Syrian farmers use sheep to steer through minefields.
One repercussion of conflict which began in 2014 is the loss of supply routes to many communities. But residents of mountainous Al Jafariya district have found a smart way around this problem.
In war, it's not just the physically wounded who need help. Psychological scars also run deep. This exclusive report tells how one hospital is helping distressed patients in opposition-held Syria.
Cholera cases exceed half a million in Yemen as the war prevents medical workers from providing effective aid in the country.
Israel made the decision to halt visits between Gaza prisoners linked with Hamas to force Hamas – which rules Gaza – into talks about a possible exchange of prisoners.
Daesh killed or kidnapped some 9,000 Yazidis in Iraq, according to a recent study, prompting mass displacement. But now hundreds of Iraqi Yazidis condemned to life in camps want to leave for whatever is left of home.
Many children in the streets of Cairo work instead of going to school. Some work as tuk tuk drivers. Shehab is one of them and here is his story.
Eight months into the US-backed offensive to take control of Mosul, all of the city has been retaken by Iraqi government forces except an enclave by the western bank of the Tigris river.
Nadia Murad, 24, was one of about 7,000 women and girls captured in northwest Iraq in August 2014 by Daesh.
For years, the border separating Morocco and Algeria has remained shut over security issues. Despite the closure, the border is a site of drug smuggling.
A charity in Sudan is trying to integrate homeless children back into society by offering meals on the condition that they attend school.
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