Coalition says it struck area in west Mosul where officials say scores of civilians were killed by aerial bombardment.
by Tendai Marima
by Ana Naomi de Sousa
by James Reinl
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Belal Aldabbour- Ahmed Abdelall
Belarus protesters 'grabbed off the streets, beaten'
US admits Mosul air raids where civilians were killed
How Arab airlines are mocking Trump's electronics ban
Why Turkey might buy Russia's S-400 defence system
From Gambia to Italy: a refugee's perilous journey
Portugal's lost generation of black 'foreigners'
Anger as laptop ban on flights comes into force
Ahlam al-Tamimi: 'I want the US to leave me alone'
Undocumented migrants await Trump's next move
South Sudan: 'There are only dead bodies'
by Yuen Chan
by Joe Macaron
by Can Kasapoglu
by Rosa Whitaker
From floods in Peru and fighting in Mosul to Nowruz celebrations, here is the week in photos.
After making a harrowing journey across desert and sea to reach Italy, a Gambian man waits and hopes for asylum.
March signals the change of seasons around the world - and with that a change of weather.
Family mourns death of 17-year-old boy, after Israel refused to let him leave Gaza for an urgent medical procedure.
by Belal Aldabbour- Ahmed Abdelall
Syria's Civil War
Renewed violence, despite a ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey, casts further doubt on UN-led peacemaking efforts.
New initiatives aim to strengthen the town's sense of community, after a December ISIL attack that killed 10 people.
by Areej Abuqudairi
As negotiations on the war in Syria resume in Geneva, civil society groups say their voices are not being heard.
by Zena Tahhan
Arab carriers use electronics ban for clever marketing ads, garnering thousands of clicks and reactions online.
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