The French's philosopher's documentary, Peshmerga, followed the Kurds fighting Islamic State in northern Iraq. Now, he and his team are back in Iraqi Kurdistan.
The politics of the conflict are changing – and with them, the diplomatic and journalistic challenge.
Cameron needs a better plan for Syria than mere party-politicking, says Ian Lucas.
In a new wave of repression under the Sisi regime, Egyptians are being forcibly disappeared.
Sources in Washington report being given an hour to clear Syrian airspace as Russia votes for military intervention.
Dr Khalid Al-Attiyah responds to allegations that the Gulf states have not taken their fair share of Syrian refugees.
Artificial intelligence systems are analysing vast quantities to data to predict what the terrorists will do next.
We must prioritise specialist care for Syrian refugee children, says Javed Khan.
A remarkable group of archaeologists are battling to save the country’s ancient artifacts.
The Taliban have been focusing their attacks on Kabul, with far-reaching results. Afghans are now the second-largest group of migrants to Europe.
The image of a drowned child is not a successful way of satirising western capitalist decadence.
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