Marta Bellingreri

Marta Bellingreri

Humanitarian crises

'I don't want to be considered as an ex-slave or just a survivor'

Some Yazidi women have found the strength to go back and live in Sinjar, years after ISIL carried out a genocide.

'I don't want to be considered as an ex-slave or just a survivor'

Water

'In Basra, people avoid doctors. They might find they've cancer'

In recent months, some 118,000 people in Iraqi city have been hospitalised due to water-related illnesses, experts say.

'In Basra, people avoid doctors. They might find they've cancer'

Human Rights

Trials of ISIL widows in Iraq

Up to 1,000 women are on trial in Iraq for 'joining and supporting' the ISIL armed group.

Trials of ISIL widows in Iraq

Middle East

Letter from Aleppo: 'Devastation was all I found'

A former Aleppo resident who visited his hometown after fleeing to Turkey describes a city forever changed by war.

Letter from Aleppo: 'Devastation was all I found'

Syrian Refugees

A Syrian violinist's journey 'from brutality to hope'

Alaa Arsheed and his musical partner plan to compose new songs while travelling along the Balkans refugee route.

A Syrian violinist's journey 'from brutality to hope'

Sport

Women in Jordan fight for their rights

A gym offering specialised self-defence and martial arts training for women hopes to continue expanding its reach.

Women in Jordan fight for their rights