101 East

Afghanistan: The Healers

As war continues to cripple Afghanistan, health workers are restoring the limbs, and lives, of their patients.

Libya

UN chief urges arms embargo enforcement in Libya battle

Halting weapons flow critical for civilian safety and stability as fighting intensifies, Guterres says.

UN chief Antonio Guterres: Libya arms embargo must be enforced

Libya

Haftar's eastern Libya forces hit Tripoli airport

Renegade commander's Libyan National Army attacks military wing of Tripoli's airport, targeting a 'Turkish plane'.

Eastern Libyan forces attack Tripoli airport for second night

Syria's War

Why are Syria's hospitals under attack?

The Stream discusses attacks on Syrian healthcare facilities, a social media warning from Bahrain, and police raids on Australian media.

Why are Syria's hospitals under attack?

World War

In Pictures: The D-Day landings

The D-Day landings turned the tide of the Second World War and marked the beginning of the end of the conflict.

In Pictures: The D-Day landings

United States

US judge finds Navy SEAL's rights violated in war crimes trial

Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher's defence team have filed motions to remove lead prosecutor from the case for misconduct.

US judge finds Navy SEAL's rights violated in war crimes trial

Kuwait

Gulf War disappeared: Three decades of Kuwaiti despair

Families remain haunted by unknown whereabouts of 369 Kuwaitis abducted by Saddam Hussein's forces during Gulf War.

Gulf War disappeared: Three decades of Kuwaiti despair

Witness

Daraya: A Library Under Bombs in Syria

A group of young men decide to build a secret library collecting books from their war-torn neighbourhood in Syria.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

DR Congo arrests rebel leader wanted for mass rape

Masudi Alimasi Kokodiko is the leader of the widely feared Raia Mutomboki armed group.

DR Congo arrests rebel leader wanted for mass rape

Yemen

US House approves resolution to end US role in Yemen war

The measure now goes to Trump, but the White House has signalled the president will likely veto the bill.

Witness

Balloons Over Babylon: A Quest to Bring Peace to Iraq

The story of one man's mission to promote peace by flying hot air balloons over his war-torn homeland.

Inside Story

Why are peacekeepers leaving Mali?

Canada and Netherlands to pull peacekeepers out as violence spreads.

Inside Story

Can we stop killer robots?

The United Nations has held talks on banning weapons that can target and kill without a human controlling them.

United States

US bars entry to ICC members probing 'war crimes' in Afghanistan

Mike Pompeo says US will deny visas to ICC personnel investigating possible war crimes by US troops in Afghanistan.

US bars entry to ICC members probing 'war crimes' in Afghanistan

Head to Head

Transcript: Erik Prince on Iraq, privatising wars, and Trump

Read the full transcript of our discussion with the founder and former CEO of the private security firm, Blackwater.