Middle East

How the tourism industry underpins illegal Israeli settlements

Companies such as Expedia and Trivago are leading tourists to settlements without telling them in marketing material.

How the tourism industry underpins illegal Israeli settlements

Shorts

'We have stories to tell': Inside Lebanon's refugee newsroom

Campji, a news channel in Beirut, is dedicated to stories of refugees told by the refugees themselves.

'We have stories to tell': Inside Lebanon's refugee newsroom

Africa

How Nigeria's fear of child 'witchcraft' ruins young lives

Abandonment, persecution, violence: Childhoods lost as young Nigerians are branded as witches.

How Nigeria's fear of child 'witchcraft' ruins young lives

Thailand

Arab refugees in Bangkok long for home amid immigration crackdown

Hundreds fled Syrian war and arrived in Thailand on tourist visas, but are now desperately trying to avoid arrest.

Arab refugees in Bangkok long for home amid immigration crackdown

India

When a man kills his wife in India, what happens to the children?

Based in southern India, KR Raja works to ensure children who have been essentially orphaned receive support.

When a man kills his wife in India, what happens to the children?

Middle East

Anger is simmering among Iraq's Kurdish youth

In Iraq's Kurdish region, a new generation is coming of age which has seen only two parties in power - KDP and PUK.

Anger is simmering among Iraq's Kurdish youth