South Korea

Why young South Koreans are turning away from religion

Some churches are employing technology and becoming less hierarchical to try to entice and keep young members.

Why young South Koreans are turning away from religion

War & Conflict

Rejected from Germany: One Afghan's story

One Afghan refugee describes how his 'life was destroyed in just 12 hours' as he was returned to the country he'd fled.

Rejected from Germany: One Afghan's story

Syrian Refugees

A Syrian violinist's journey 'from brutality to hope'

Alaa Arsheed and his musical partner plan to compose new songs while travelling along the Balkans refugee route.

A Syrian violinist's journey 'from brutality to hope'

Occupied West Bank

How a Palestinian brewery is taking on the US

Selling to North America has been a long-held dream for the Khoury family, owners of a microbrewery in Taybeh village.

How a Palestinian brewery is taking on the US

Asia

The Bhim Army: The new voice of India's Dalits

What is behind the caste violence in Saharanpur district in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh?

Dalit vs Thakur: Who is behind the simmering conflict?

Human Rights

Kenya's Ogiek win land case against government

The Ogiek people, evicted from the Mau Forest since colonial times, have won a historic battle in African land rights.

Kenya's Ogiek win land case against government