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27 Oct 2013 09:32 GMT | Middle East
Syrians are finding new ways to treat people being injured in the conflict. Volunteers are using the debris of the war to compensate for a lack of medical equipment.
Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal explains.
Source: Al Jazeera
Focus on Syria's chemical weapons has diverted attention away from the humanitarian disaster unfolding in the region.
Valerie Amos demands stronger action by the Security Council to get desperately needed food into the country.
Middle East, Syria
Ahead of World Malaria Day, doctors urge governments to find solutions to prevent infection and death.
Health, Africa, Congo
EU politicians are scrambling for solutions after the boat disaster that drowned more than 800 migrants.
Migrants, Europe, Africa
Revolutionary video-sharing site marks a decade of life, but some question whether it has bettered humanity.
Internet, United States, Iran
Student leaders at prestigious School of Oriental and African Studies press for a severance of Israel university ties.
War & Conflict, Europe, Gaza: After the war
Thousands of Turks commemorate centenary of 1915 mass killings of Armenians, despite Ankara's refusal to admit genocide.
Human Rights, Politics
Prominent rights activist killed shortly after hosting an event on people missing in Balochistan at her Karachi cafe.
Kite-balloons and spectrometers - how community activists use DIY technology to investigate environmental polluters.
Environment, Science & Technology, US & Canada
The story of a young Chinese woman who sells her time online to earn money by helping strangers with their errands.
Business & Economy, Human Rights, China
Fault Lines investigates how the US helped create the world's newest nation, and then watched it spiral into civil war.
War & Conflict, Politics, South Sudan
An examination of the deep wound that remains at the heart of Turkish-Armenian relations.
War & Conflict, Politics, US & Canada