How British money could be helping the Assad regime. Tam Hussein reports.
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The Foreign Office’s failure to act has torn a family apart. Tam Hussein investigates a British man’s ongoing struggle to bring his two children out of Syria.
Filed in: Syria
Refugees trying to settle in an unfamiliar country often feel guilt at having escaped the war. Olivia Crellin meets some of them in New York.
The emotional needs of refugees now living in Lebanon must not be overlooked, says Amy Merone.
The country’s ongoing civil war is preventing treatment for those with chronic illnesses and acute injuries, reports Resham Khiani.
Jordanian translator Maha Alasil is going to extraordinary lengths to help, reports Nigel Wilson.
African experience is that military intervention does not end conflicts, at worst, it escalates them, writes Alex DeWaal.
War is destruction. So why, asks MG Zimeta, does the ‘existential threat’ of an airborne toxic event in Syria and beyond, instil such horror.
‘We are not the good guys’ – Kerry-anne Mendoza argues that the US and Britain should avoid military action in war ravaged countries like Syria.
Stefan Simanowitz reports from Baalbek and Tripoli on fears that life for locals and refugees will become less secure.
Tam Hussein discovers that, whatever Lakhdar Brahimi says, the battle raging is far from an equal one.