Dorsa Jabbari

Dorsa Jabbari

Middle East

About 19 million lack access to clean water in Yemen

According to the UN, two-thirds of the population of the war-torn country do not have access to safe drinking water.

About 19 million lack access to clean water in Yemen

Middle East

Thousands flee Hodeidah as talks to salvage ceasefire fail

Yemen's displaced struggle to survive as talks between warring sides break down.

Thousands flee Hodeidah as talks to salvage ceasefire fail

US & Canada

Sculpture with Saudi flag to be removed from Ground Zero

The sculpture is part of artwork 'Candy Nations' at the 9/11 attack site, but it will be taken away after intense criticism.

Sculpture with Saudi flag to be removed from Ground Zero

Asia

Funeral held for Kashmir rebel leader killed in clash

The government suspended train service and reportedly blocked internet access in the India-administered region, trying to halt thousands of mourners from paying their respects to Zeenat ul-Islam.

Funeral held for Kashmir rebel leader killed in clash

Europe

Germany declares state of emergency over snow storms

Second-highest avalanche warning level in force across German Alps after seven people died during weekend of heavy snow.

Germany declares state of emergency over snow storms

Europe

France cardinal on trial over child sex abuse coverup

Philippe Barbarin, one of the most senior Catholics involved in the scandal, is accused of helping to cover up abuse.

France cardinal on trial over child sex abuse coverup

Middle East

Ajyal Film Festival: New film focuses on child slavery

Meet Nobel Peace laureate from India, taking his mission against child labour to a new audience.

Ajyal Film Festival: New film focuses on child slavery

Arts & Culture

Qatar hosts sixth Ajyal film festival highlighting local cinema

The festival highlights local Qatari filmmakers as well as international films from over 30 countries.

Qatar hosts sixth Ajyal film festival highlighting local cinema

Africa

Over 300,000 Congolese refugees forced to leave Angola

The mass eviction is creating an increasingly heavy burden on an already unstable, conflict-weary region.

Over 300,000 Congolese refugees forced to leave Angola

Middle East

Yemen: Saudi-UAE coalition probes into market attack

A farmers' market became the latest target of Saudi-Emirati-led air strikes in Yemen that claimed at least 21 lives.

Yemen: Saudi-UAE coalition probes into market attack

Middle East

Saudi crown prince in the spotlight after Khashoggi disappearance

Bin Salman tried to project himself as a moderniser, but has come under fire after Saudi journalist's disappearance.

Saudi crown prince in the spotlight after Khashoggi disappearance

US & Canada

New implant gives hope to the paralyzed

A United states clinic has found some success with an implant that has enabled three people who have been disabled by spinal cord injuries for years to stand.

New implant gives hope to the paralyzed