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Ravaged by two cyclones in quick succession, storm victims in the restive northern province also face the added threat of militant violence.
Tens of thousands have fled fighting in Libya’s capital. That includes vulnerable people who came to the country to escape conflict.
Last year, Turkey and Russia made a deal that paused a Syrian government advance on the country’s rebel-held northwest. That might be over.
UN alarmed over ‘alien policing procedures’ that systematically deny food to asylum seekers in holding areas on the Serbian border.
Desperate farmers debate abandoning their villages for good as long-term drought forces life-altering changes.
Attacks continue to interrupt response efforts as Ebola cases skyrocket.
In an unprecedented move on this day in 2018, Niger sent 135 people back to Libya. Find out what happened to them, and those left behind.
LGBTI people fleeing persecution in their homelands have lost humanitarian protect status and associated integration services in Italy.
A sociotherapy programme is trying to heal those still mentally scarred by a conflict that claimed 250,000 lives.
A spike in cases has increased fears that, without winning the information war, the disease could spread to large cities or the wider region.