Victoria Gatenby

Victoria Gatenby

Middle East

Displaced Syrians appeal for international aid after floods

Families have been living in tents without running water or electricity since their homes came under attack by government forces.

Displaced Syrians appeal for international aid after floods

Middle East

Russian bombings intensify in Syria's Idlib

Over the past two months, attacks on the remaining rebel stronghold have intensified.

Russian bombings intensify in Syria's Idlib

Middle East

Amnesty: Four million disabled people lack basic care in Yemen

The rights group says disabled people are most at risk because of the war between Houthi rebels and the UN-recognised government.

Amnesty: Four million disabled people lack basic care in Yemen

Africa

Kenya landslides: Search efforts find bodies after pounding rain

West Pokot at Kenya's border with Uganda is heaviest hit, with more people advised to leave homes for shelters.

Kenya landslides: Search efforts find bodies after pounding rain

Africa

Mothers in Guinea rally against police violence

They demand justice for their children, killed during protests against a proposed constitutional change.

Mothers in Guinea rally against police violence

US & Canada

US calls Iran world's leading 'state sponsor of terrorism'

A US State Department report says Iran uses its proxies and expands its influence around the world.

US calls Iran world's leading 'state sponsor of terrorism'

Africa

Guinea protests: Funerals for 11 people delayed

Why funerals of 11 people killed in protests in Guinea 2 weeks ago have been delayed.

Guinea protests: Funerals for 11 people delayed

US & Canada

California wildfires: Blazes rage at both ends of state

Wildfires are ripping through California at opposite ends of the state.

California wildfires: Blazes rage at both ends of state

India

India hold local vote in Kashmir despite lockdown, boycott

Village council elections held in Indian-administered Kashmir, with hundreds of leaders in jail, most parties boycotting.

India hold local vote in Kashmir despite lockdown, boycott

Asia

Kashmir shutdown: Farmers struggle to make a living

Lockdown devastated economy and farmers calling on Indian government to immediately lift security restrictions.

Kashmir shutdown: Farmers struggle to make a living

Asia

Kashmir farmers struggle from India restrictions

Restrictions on communication and movement since Indian government revoked region's autonomy are having a devastating impact on businesses.

Kashmir farmers struggle from India restrictions

Latin America

Ecuador fuel protests: Major roads blockaded across the country

Despite unrest, President Lenin Moreno says he has no plans to reverse decision to scrap fuel subsidies as part of strict austerity measures.

Ecuador fuel protests: Major roads blockaded across the country