Europe

The night my brother's death led to France's 2005 riots

Siyakha Traore reflects on the day his 15-year-old brother, fearing lengthy interrogation, hid from police and died.

When Bouana Traore's death led to France's 2005 riots

Palestine

The Nakba did not start or end in 1948

Key facts and figures on the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.

The Nakba did not start or end in 1948

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Expectations low for Trump's Bethlehem visit

No details have emerged about US president's plan to revive stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

Expectations low for Trump's Bethlehem visit

Human Rights

How an Afghan refugee is fighting Greece's far-right

One Afghan refugee's journey from his war-torn homeland resulted in him fighting Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party.

From NATO to Antifa: One Afghan's journey to Greece

Palestine

Analysis: Trump has 'no plan' for Arab-Israeli peace

As US President Donald Trump arrives in Israel, analysts say efforts to revive peace talks are a 'charade'.

Palestinian basic rights 'not on the agenda' for Trump

Greece

Why are so many young Greeks turning to farming?

Eight years into an economic crisis, a shortage of jobs is leading many young Greeks to turn to the land.

Why are so many young Greeks turning to farming?