UN probe finds Syrian air force deliberately attacked aid convoy, while rebels used human shields in eastern Aleppo.
by Anealla Safdar
by Stanley L Cohen
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Arts & Culture
ISIL video threatens China with 'rivers of bloodshed'
Jim Crow is alive and well in Israel
Brexit bill delayed as May suffers parliament setback
Abroad since January, should Nigeria's Buhari resign?
Google honours Pakistan's 'Angel of Mercy'
Both sides 'committed war crimes' in battle for Aleppo
What King Salman seeks in Asia
'An Irishman is slowly dying in an Egyptian prison'
King Hussein of Jordan: On A Knife Edge
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by Jean Pierre Misago
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We follow one of the FARC's most militarily successful fronts as it heads to a UN camp to begin the transition to peace.
Renewed anti-foreigner violence has raised fresh fears and uncertainty among members of migrant communities in S Africa.
Wind damage, sudden snow, travel disruption then an Arctic temperature drop for Scandinavia. Europe's 'weather bomb'.
From scenes of protests in the United States to images of Iraqis fleeing their homes, here is the week in pictures.
The state's 'war on terrorism' in Sinai has proved unsuccessful, say analysts.
by Farah Najjar
Raed Andoni's Ghost Hunting explores trauma of former Palestinian prisoners as they rebuild their interrogation cell.
by Zineb Abdessadok
Syria's Civil War
Syrian army's advances in Al Bab city may delay the battle for Raqqa, analysts say.
by Mariya Petkova
Tens of thousands of cases of online incitement via Israeli social media were documented last year.
by Nigel Wilson
The post-ISIL power vacuum in the region has brought tensions between Iran and Turkey to a head, analysts say.
by Birce Bora
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