Raheela Mahomed

Raheela Mahomed

Europe

Bosnia authorities cut off water in migrant camp

Local authorities cut the supply in effort to pressure central government to relocate migrants and refugees living in Vucijak camp, near the city of Bihac.

Bosnia authorities cut off water in migrant camp

Asia Pacific

Indonesia: Thousands evacuated after violent protests in Papua

At least 33 people were killed and dozens injured in Wamena town amid racially-charged violent protests last week.

Indonesia: Thousands evacuated after violent protests in Papua

Asia Pacific

Indonesia MPs sworn-in after mass protests, arrests

Indonesians have demonstrated nationwide for the past week against proposed laws that they say would curtail freedoms and cripple efforts to stop corruption.

Indonesia MPs sworn-in after mass protests, arrests

Indonesia

Indonesia urges against Papua unrest amid pro-freedom protests

At least 30 people were killed and dozens injured on Monday when protesters set fire to government buildings, shops and homes.

Indonesia urges against Papua unrest amid pro-freedom protests

Asia Pacific

Indonesia fires: Palm oil companies accused of starting blazes

Indonesia's government is battling to control widespread forest fires on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra.

Indonesia fires: Palm oil companies accused of starting blazes

Asia Pacific

Indonesia's decision to move capital to Borneo raises concerns

While plans are still in their early stages, the first construction is expected to be completed by 2024.

Indonesia's decision to move capital to Borneo raises concerns

Indonesia

Refugee families in Indonesia left in limbo

Indonesia is home to 14,000 refugees and asylum seekers but is not a signatory to the 1951 UN Refugee Convention.

Refugee families in Indonesia left in limbo

Middle East

Turkey femicide: Anger over a mother's murder

The Turkish government vows to tackle violence against women and children in response to the outrage.

Turkey femicide: Anger over a mother's murder

Middle East

Libya to close migrant centres after criticism from UN

According to the UN's refugee agency, many are living in squalid conditions with inadequate food supplies.

Libya to close migrant centres after criticism from UN

Asia

India's monsoon floods kill dozens, displace thousands

As tens of thousands became homeless, there is growing concern about the lack of food and supplies.

India's monsoon floods kill dozens, displace thousands

Africa

Violence in DRC forces thousands to flee to Uganda

Thousands of Congolese are patiently waiting in Drodro for answers from the government near the border between DR Congo and Uganda.

Violence in DRC forces thousands to flee to Uganda

Africa

Scores dead from revenge attacks in DR Congo

Villages have been destroyed in violence between the Lendu and Hema tribes and their militias this week.

Scores dead from revenge attacks in DR Congo