The desperate conditions of west Mosul residents are expected to be compounded as Iraqi forces surround the old city.
Thousands of people remain unaccounted for after attempting the deadly Mediterranean Sea crossing.
While Palestinians in Gaza welcomed the arrival of basic goods, some were sceptical about its long-term benefits.
With international support, Palmyra can be rebuilt, according to Syria’s director of antiquities.
Syrian refugees talk about their ordeal as they travel back home to see their families in ISIL-held territory.
Social stigma and lack of knowledge about HIV/AIDS in Lebanon can lead to its spread, activists say.
With their lands used as bases for various armed groups, farmers say they have been unable to tend their crops.
Sectarian tension and social marginalisation are behind Tripoli’s deadliest attacks in years.
Activists in Beirut are combating a municipality-backed road project they say will cut through historic neighbourhoods.
Hundreds of Syrians suspected of involvement in anti-army attacks have been swept up, as refugees call raids ‘unjust’.