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Libya

Sudanese stuck in improvised camp in Libya

Since April, about 19 families, mostly Sudanese from Darfur, have been taking refuge in an improvised camp.

Sudanese stuck in improvised camp in Libya

Yemen

US-made bomb used in deadly Saudi-led air raid in Yemen

The ordnance, made by US company Raytheon, killed six people including three children in an air raid in June.

US-made bomb used in deadly Saudi-led air raid in Yemen

Middle East

UNICEF says two million children out of school in Yemen

Education of 3.7 million more children is at risk as teacher salaries have not been paid in over two years, UNICEF says.

UNICEF says two million children out of school in Yemen

Inside Story

Is the war in Syria about to end?

After eight years of war, the UN says the Syrian government and opposition will sit down to rewrite the Constitution.

Humanitarian crises

In Pictures: Living through the Yemen war as an IDP

Almost 3.6 million people have been displaced since March 2015, most now live in camps lacking basic facilities.

In Pictures: Living through the Yemen war as an IDP

Refugee Crisis

Five EU countries agree new deal for migrants rescued at sea

People rescued in central Mediterranean to be sent to various EU states within four weeks, Malta summit agrees.

Five EU countries agree new deal for migrants rescued at sea

AJ Impact

World’s poor get less than 1 cent a day for climate change: Oxfam

World's poorest communities have done the least to cause climate change, but end up paying for it, says charity.

World’s poor get less than 1 cent a day for climate change: Oxfam

Kashmir

In Pictures: Night raids, arrests amid Kashmir lockdown

Families recount raids in their houses at night to arrest young Kashmiris and the vigils they're holding to avoid them.

In Pictures: Night raids, arrests amid Kashmir lockdown

Yemen

Yemen war: 5 years since the Houthis' Sanaa takeover

The Yemeni rebels overran the capital, Sanaa, five years ago, prompting Saudi Arabia to launch a military intervention.

Yemen war: 5 years since the Houthis' Sanaa takeover

Climate Change

In Pictures: Protests worldwide for action against climate change

Friday marked a day of rallies as people called for action against climate change before a UN Climate Action Summit.

In Pictures: Protests worldwide for action against climate change

Humanitarian crises

Climate Apocalypse: Is it too late?

American novelist Jonathan Franzen sparks a debate by saying we should "stop pretending" we can prevent climate change.

Climate Apocalypse: Is it too late?

Human Rights

Damaging the environment: Crime against humanity?

Activists are taking the climate change fight to the courts, in hopes of stopping ecocide by rendering it a criminal act.

Damaging the environment: Crime against humanity?

Inside Story

Has the world failed the Rohingya Muslims?

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar face a 'serious risk of genocide', the UN has warned.

Libya

Migrant 'torturers' in Libya arrested in Italy

Three men detained after migrants identified them in Italy as perpetrators of abuse at a camp in Libya.

Migrant 'torturers' in Libya arrested in Italy

India

India arrests Kashmir leader under controversial law

Farooq Abdullah was arrested under a law that allows imprisoning someone for up to two years without charge or trial.

India arrests Kashmir leader Abdullah under controversial law