Under Houthi authority, forced disappearances, torture and executions have become a greater risk for Yemenis, who are already plighted by critical humanitarian conditions.
While the other parties in the Iran nuclear deal remain committed to it, US sanctions may impede their future dealings with the Islamic Republic. The United Kingdom, in particular, has…
Increasing speculation about Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar's health has raised concerns not just about his future political career, but whether this could mean further instability in…
Over 78 pieces of Yemeni history had been damaged or destroyed, among them are ten archaeological sites, eight museums, ten mosques, two churches, 17 tombs, and six UNESCO world heritage…
Finding every corpse and actually creating space to bury them has proven to be a challenge in recent battlefields in Iraq and Syria.
In Eastern Ghouta, one of Syria’s most contested areas, civilians are increasingly suffocated under a siege in place since December 2012.
Burns, lashes and skinning – torture scenes that are usually seen in horror movies, are the reality for refugees trying to reach Europe through Libya.
Communities in Syria's Eastern Ghouta, a rebel-held area outside Damascus, are at breaking point and in urgent need of aid, warn sources on the ground.