Egypt

Who was Muhammad Mahdi Akef?

Akef’s death could play its role in reviving the Muslim Brotherhood and inspiring sympathisers across the world.

Who was Muhammad Mahdi Akef?

Asia

Midwives offer lifeline to pregnant Rohingya

Trained nurses have come to aid of 24,000 pregnant and lactating Rohingya women staying in Bangladesh's refugee camps.

Midwives offer lifeline to pregnant Rohingya

War & Conflict

Can Ugandans overcome trauma of LRA's violent crimes?

Years after the LRA was subdued, reconciliation between communities and returning former LRA fighters remains elusive.

Can Ugandans overcome trauma of LRA's violent crimes?

Racism

Inside the alt-right: 'Genocidal behind closed doors'

An anti-fascist activist who infiltrated the alt-right describes its growing influence and international connections.

Inside the alt-right: 'Genocidal behind closed doors'

Rohingya

'I want to take my last breath without fear of attacks'

Rohingya refugees share their stories of dispossession and the problems they are facing at camps in Bangladesh.

Untold stories of most vulnerable Rohingya refugees

Kurds

Iraq's disputed Kirkuk: 'We respect diversity'

Iraq's disputed areas have long been a source of contention between Baghdad and the Kurds as both lay claim to them.

A look into Iraq's disputed Kirkuk before referendum