Taking an award-winning photo helped one Spanish photographer connect with a country rarely seen beyond the stereotypes.
Arab Spring: 10 years on
Revisiting five months in a hospital that was at the heart of Syria’s rebellion.
A photojournalist who covered Syria’s civil war tells the story of a young rebel fighter he met.
A photojournalist describes capturing some of the most memorable moments of the war in Libya.
“He carried his son – the same way he had many times before – crossing the hall to the front door, where he crumbled.”
What can we learn from the failures and successes of revolutions in the Arab world over the last 10 years?
Lebanon hosts the largest per capita population of Syrian refugees in the world, providing shelter to 1.7 million.
For three years, Omar Alshogre was imprisoned and tortured, while his father, brothers and cousins were killed.
Monday marks 10 years since Syrians took to the streets to protest against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Since the 2011 uprising turned into war, more than half a million people have been killed and millions displaced.
More than 5 million Syrian refugees, 6 million IDPs, with no end to the war in sight, millions are losing hope of going home.
Donald Trump’s policies encourage authoritarianism in Manama, rights groups say; want Biden to reset relations.
The MENA region accounts for half of UNICEF’s worldwide humanitarian response appeals, a marked rise since 2011.