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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

Future conditional: temporary refuge in Turkey

Emily Gowdey-Backus details one refugee’s story, set at the intersection of European immigration policy and the Syrian war.

Filed in: Migration Syria Turkey

Escape from Syria

Emily Gowdey-Backus details one refugee’s story, set at the intersection of European immigration policy and the Syrian war.

Filed in: Migration Syria Turkey

Saudi appointment to UN human rights panel is a farce

Felicity Arbuthnot considers a spectacular new low for the United Nations.

Filed in: Human Rights Saudi Arabia UN

Saudi abuse scandal rocks India

A recent, shocking case underlines the dangers of diplomatic immunity, argues Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: India Saudi Arabia Slavery Women

Spare a thought for the brave Syrians in Syria

Don’t forget those who cannot escape the war-torn country, says Frances Guy.

Filed in: Conflict Human Rights Syria Violence

Seven key proposals to ease the Syrian refugee crisis

Much more is needed to move beyond Europe’s proposed quotas, writes Nick Micinski.

Filed in: Europe Syria United Kingdom

The Iraq Inquiry and the silent civil servant

John Chilcot has held back the release of his findings for nearly five years. Bereaved families have had enough, writes Felicity Arbuthnot.

Filed in: Iraq United Kingdom

Refugees are welcome here – seize the moment!

Compassion for refugees is spreading across Europe. Could it lead to a saner ‘open borders’ policy? asks Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: Europe Refugees Syria Turkey

The dark side of the United Arab Emirates

Beneath a veneer of respectability sits an authoritarian monarchy with little concern for human rights, says Andrew Smith.

Filed in: Arms Human Rights United Arab Emirates

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