A man rides his bike in front of the moon and fighter jets fill the sky over Berlin - here are some of the top images in the news on June 16 and June 17, 2019.
Aliaa is now living in sanctuary after a brutal journey that nearly killed her.
Many Nigerian women who were once married to Boko Haram fighters are navigating their trauma, though by not denying their experiences. They also want to raise their children in anonymity, hoping their true identity is never revealed.
When my one-year-old daughter was selected for a secondary security check in London, it brought it home to me how targeted these security measures can be.
Lawyers say EU policies had led to a rise in the number of migrants dying in their attempts to reach Europe.
Palestinians have long grated on the Lebanese who have bore the brunt of the refugee crisis over the years. Still, when a group of adventure-seeking students end up deported, you know the xenophobia is systematically ingrained.
Versatility of the mind and spine, as well as muscle preservation, are tantamount for optimum existence, but only if underpinned by humility.
This is what life is like for a child of two political prisoners in Kashmir.
Reporting on the Rohingya crisis carries with it layers of complexity that often go unnoticed by the public at large. The violence faced by the Rohingya at the hands of the Myanmar government is just one part of what the community endures.
The Israeli occupation of Palestine manifests in several shapes, and often the exertion of dominance over Palestinians takes form through pyschological warfare. This short narrative takes a look at one Palestinian's trip to her homeland.
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