Anchal Vohra

Anchal Vohra

Middle East

Syria: Civilians face familiar threats in rebel-held areas

Armed groups have committed abuses in rebel-held Idlib and Turkish-controlled areas, rights groups say.

Syria: Civilians face familiar threats in rebel-held areas

Syria's War

What next as battle against ISIL nears an end?

Fears of a resurgence as thousands flee to IDP camps in the 'final' offensive to push ISIL out of eastern Syria.

What next as battle against ISIL nears an end?

Syria's War

Rukban camp in Syria receives first aid in three months

UN and Syrian Arab Red Crescent reach Rukban displacement camp in southeast Syria with 118 trucks packed with supplies.

Rukban camp in Syria receives first aid in three months

Lebanon

Lebanon finally has a new government. What's on its agenda?

Prime Minister Saad Hariri has promised to initiate urgent economic and political reforms.

Lebanon finally has a new government. What's on its agenda?

Lebanon

Chased by police, Syrian refugee child falls to death in Beirut

Death of shoe polisher Ahmad al-Zoubi, 14, in Verdun set off a controversy that has sent shock waves through the city.

 Chased by police, Syrian refugee child falls to death in Beirut

Syria's War

Syria's war: Who is responsible for the dying children of Rukban?

The 'man-made' tragedy in the encampment of about 50,000 people already killed eight children this winter.

Syria's war: Who is responsible for the dying children of Rukban?

Lebanon

Syrian refugees wading through knee-deep water in Lebanon camps

With little help from authorities, Syrian refugees living in Bekaa Valley camps brave ice-cold floodwaters, yet again.

Syrian refugees wading through knee-deep water in Lebanon camps

Syria's War

HTS offensive could draw in Syria and Turkey

As Hay'et Tahrir al-Sham captures towns in north Syria, residents fear group's presence may lead to government assault.

HTS offensive could draw in Syria and Turkey

Syria's War

Manbij residents in limbo amid US withdrawal uncertainty

Residents in the Kurdish-controlled city fear the planned US withdrawal from Syria will leave a security vacuum.

Manbij residents in limbo amid US withdrawal uncertainty

Lebanon

Lebanon protests grow over economic crisis and political impasse

Lebanon had elections seven months ago after a hiatus of nine years but a political stalemate has ensued ever since.

Lebanon protests grow over economic crisis and political impasse

Lebanon

Lebanon: Palestinian boy, 3, dies after 'hospitals refuse care'

Child's mother says the three hospitals gave different pretexts for denying the family help.

Lebanon: Palestinian boy, 3, dies after 'hospitals refuse care'

Lebanon

Lebanon's border tense as Israel excavates 'Hezbollah tunnels'

With Syria's war nearing an end, Israel turns its attention to tunnels allegedly dug by Hezbollah along Lebanese border.

Lebanon's border tense as Israel excavates 'Hezbollah tunnels'