Refugee aid dries up in Greece as media interest wanes

The EU claims refugee flows from Turkey to Greece have slowed, so it is cutting funding to aid agencies and paying the Greek government to take over services there instead.

Asia Pacific

The girl and her red shoes

Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan writes about about the story from the Philippine's Marawi that continues to haunt her.

War & Conflict

Residents mourn battle-ridden Philippine city of Marawi

As government forces clash with ISIL-linked fighters, those who call the city home bear the brunt.

Human Rights

Refugee children overcome trauma with circus skills

Social group restores young people's confidence by teaching them how to perform circus tricks in Mardin.


Is China afraid of Liu Xiaobo's legacy?

Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo is no more, but his writings and his ideas will survive.

Middle East

Turkey's Syrian refugees carve out their own opportunities

Syrian refugees in Turkey turn to entrepreneurship to help their community as well as contribute to the local economy.