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Bombs with a British accent

The UK is guilty of war crimes for selling arms to Saudi Arabia which have been deployed in Yemen, says Felicity Arbuthnot.

Filed in: Arms Syria Trade Yemen

A forgotten consequence of war

Syrian refugees with disabilities are often unable to get the care they need. Tabitha Ross visits a Lebanese organization making a difference.

Filed in: Conflict Disability Lebanon Syria

10 reasons not to bomb Syria

British politicians will decide this week whether to extend airstrikes against Islamic State into Syria. Vanessa Baird on why they should vote ‘no’.

Filed in: Conflict Politics Syria

Islamic State’s plan, and the West’s trap

Paul Rogers looks at lessons not learnt and the dangers of expanding the war against IS.

Filed in: Conflict Iraq Syria Terrorism

Paris attacks – the Saudi connection

To tackle Islamic State’s terrorism we must stand in solidarity with its mainly Muslim victims, argues Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: France Saudi Arabia

‘I will never move until I die or we get our freedom’

Noreen Sadik tells the story of recently deceased Palestinian Hashem Azzeh, who struggled for freedom, family and home.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine

And finally... Susan Abulhawa

Graeme Green talks to the Palestinian American author and human rights activist.

Filed in: Fiction Human Rights Palestine

The tiny Lebanese village taking more refugees than Britain

One small village hosts 5,000 Syrians, outstripping Britain’s pledge for a year. Michaela Whitton reports.

Filed in: Lebanon Refugees

Bethlehem Aida camp under siege

West Bank tensions escalate as Palestinian refugees mourn the murder of a young boy, Lydia Noon reports.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine Refugees

Syrian refugees in Bangkok: caught between a rock and a hard place

Alexi Demetriadi reports on those forced to choose between a fast and slow death.

Filed in: Migration Syria Thailand

Fortress Europe

The final part of Hussam’s story, set at the intersection of European immigration policy and the Syrian war. By Emily Gowdey-Backus.

Filed in: Refugees Syria Violence War and Peace

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