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Battle for Mosul

Mosul civilians: 'Who knows who was shooting?'

Thousands in Iraq's second-largest city have been wounded as the campaign to remove ISIL fighters continues.

Mosul civilians: 'Who knows who was shooting?'

Refugees

Tunisians seek justice over 'boats of death'

Hundreds of Tunisian men have disappeared while attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea towards Italy.

Tunisians seek justice over 'boats of death'

Battle for Mosul

Getting Iraq's war victims back on their feet

Rehabilitation centre in Sulaimania produces prosthetic limbs and offers vocational training for disabled Iraqis.

Getting Iraq's war victims back on their feet

Middle East

Radio station challenges ISIL in Mosul

Despite the risks, Alghad FM broadcasts information and commentary into the ISIL stronghold via frontline transmitters.

Radio station challenges ISIL in Mosul

Refugees

Drawings from the seas: The refugee crisis in sketches

From grieving fathers to women burned at sea, social worker Francesco Piobbichi draws the stories of refugees.

Drawings from the seas: The refugee crisis in sketches

War & Conflict

The Chetnik priest: 'I'm still in a mood to kill'

Orthodox priest Vojislav Carkic was in the infamous Chetnik division of the Serbian army during the Bosnian war.

The Chetnik priest: 'I'm still in a mood to kill'

Syrian Refugees

'Lady SOS': The woman saving Syrian refugees at sea

Nawal Soufy's phone number is passed to refugees who then contact her if their boat gets into trouble at sea.

'Lady SOS': The woman saving Syrian refugees at sea

Humanitarian crises

Could a bridge over the Mediterranean save refugees?

Two bold new projects want to ensure the safe and legal passage of refugees to Europe, while inspiring others to act.

Could a bridge over the Mediterranean save refugees?

Corruption

Mafia trial puts the 'Pirate' of Rome in the dock

Massimo Carminati, a former member of a neo-fascist group, is charged along with dozens of politicians and businessmen.

Mafia trial puts the 'Pirate' of Rome in the dock

Human Rights

Syrians risk their lives to build luxury in Lebanon

Refugees who fled Syria's civil war have found themselves with few alternatives for work in neighbouring Lebanon.

Syrians risk their lives to build luxury in Lebanon