Lorraine Mallinder

Lorraine Mallinder

Liberia

Former child soldiers feel forgotten before election

Victims remember the gruesome details of working for Charles Taylor as they struggle through life with little help.

Former child soldiers feel forgotten before election

The Gambia

Gambians seek justice after a 22-year reign of terror

After historic election ousted president Yahya Jammeh, many are eager to see how truth and reconciliation unfolds.

Gambians seek justice after a 22-year reign of terror

Refugees

Calais: Moving from the 'Jungle' to Stalingrad

Each day over the past week saw between 70 and 80 asylum seekers arriving in Paris as the Calais "Jungle" was cleared.

Calais: Moving from the 'Jungle' to Stalingrad

Middle East

Turkish town puts EU-Turkey refugee deal to the test

Dikili residents fear the return of Syrian refugees to town would affect their tourism-based economy.

Turkish town puts EU-Turkey refugee deal to the test

War & Conflict

The difficulty of being Muslim in France

As the far-right makes electoral gains in the wake of the Paris attacks, France's Muslims are feeling the pressure.

The difficulty of being Muslim in France

Norway

Norway's prison without bars: 'It's a trust thing'

Halden Prison tests the limits of humane incarceration and rehabilitation, greatly reducing re-offending rates.

Norway's prison without bars: 'It's a trust thing'