Mosul: A city in recovery
After three years of control by Islamic State, a city and its people slowly recover
Globesity – the new epidemic spreading around the world
In recent decades, in the world is spreading a new emergency, called Globesity, considered an epidemic by World Health Organization, which threatens the health of all nations.
Chadians help refugees fight fear, poverty "as our family"
Fleeing violence and killings in Central African Republic, tens of thousands of refugees have sought safety across the border in southern Chad
Eternally displaced: Afghanistan’s escalating crisis
In 2016 the conflict - a continued battle for control between beleaguered Afghan forces and both ISIS and the Taliban - has led to unprecedented levels of displacement, with 1.5 million internally-displaced and 3 million refugees. Almost 1 million people, half of whom are children, have already returned from Iran and Pakistan. At least half a million more are expected to return this year, despite a starkly deteriorating economic, political and security situation within the country.
Yemeni fishermen in Hodeidah see livelihoods slip away in war
In Yemen's Red Sea port city of Hodeidah, home to nearly half a million people, the worsening conflict has meant the livelihood of fishermen, like many in the city, is withering by the sea.
After ISIL: rebuilding Mosul
Once the battle to free western Mosul is won, a different fight will begin: the enormous task of rebuilding Iraq’s second city so that more than 600,000 displaced people can return home.
Trafficked, detained and tortured: the treacherous journey through Libya to Europe
Documenting the illegal migrants, refugees and asylum seekers at the mercy of militias who exploit them for financial gain in Libya.
Tanzanian child victims of witchcraft attacks get new limbs
Four Tanzanian children with albinism who lost limbs, fingers, and teeth in superstition-driven attacks made their way home this week after receiving prosthetics.