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.

Head to Head

Erik Prince on ending the war in Afghanistan

Web-Extra on why Prince believes his plan to privatise the war in Afghanistan will help end the 17-year-old conflict.

Erik Prince on ending the war in Afghanistan

Head to Head

Blackwater's Erik Prince: Iraq, privatising wars and Trump

Mehdi Hasan challenges the Blackwater founder on his firm's role in Iraq and his new plan to privatise the Afghan war.

People & Power

The Forgotten Heroes of Empire

People & Power investigates the UK's scandalous neglect of its colonial-era African soldiers.

Yemen

Yemen food aid to feed millions at risk of rotting: UN

As food assistance goes bad in storage, more than 10 million Yemenis are on the brink of starvation.

Yemen food aid to feed millions at risk of rotting: UN

War

British army authorised killing of unarmed civilians: Report

Middle East Eye investigation says British troops were permitted to shoot unarmed civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan.

British army authorised killing of unarmed civilians: Report

Pope Francis

Pope in UAE: Reject wars in Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Libya

In first-ever Arabian Peninsula visit, Pope Francis said, 'No violence can be justified in the name of religion.'

Pope in UAE: Reject wars in Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Libya

Democratic Republic of the Congo

UN unearths 50 mass graves in DR Congo

Authorities set to examine graves in western Mai-Ndombe province where hundreds could have been killed.

UN unearths 50 mass graves in Democratic Republic of Congo

Inside Story

Are the Taliban using an 'attack and talk' strategy?

A Taliban attack killed dozens of security personnel while members of the armed group held talks with the US in Qatar.

War Hotels

Holiday Inn Sarajevo: In the Eye of the Siege

How international journalists found themselves in the centre of a bloody conflict they were determined to cover.

UpFront

Yemen: 'Parties decide to resolve a conflict, not UN'

UN special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths says the warring sides in Yemen now have 'a chance to do the right thing'.

Yemen: 'Parties decide to resolve a conflict, not UN'

Special series

The Nobel Interview: Rape as a weapon of war

An exclusive interview with Nadia Murad and Denis Mukwege on the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war.

Women's Rights

Nobel Peace Prize winners seek justice for war rape victims

DRC doctor Mukwege and Yazidi activist Murad share the honour for efforts to put to end rape as a weapon of war.

Ukraine

Ukraine's first-ever martial law comes into effect

Russia condemns the implementation, saying martial law will escalate the conflict that has killed about 10,000 people.