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  • "I don't think it is right that the UN should be investigating itself"

  • "This is the most aggressive and scary confrontation"

  • Syrian Muslims take to the streets to pray after mosque was destroyed: Snapshots

  • “Life has stopped”: How Sudan’s unrest is impacting Darfur

  • "I did not want to have sex with the men but I was forced to"

  • “I always look for white men when I go out"

  • "They want to dominate us in our own country"

  • “Foreign men think that we like the life, but I hate it”

  • "There is a lot more to be done in the sector"

  • Cancer patients left untreated after earthquakes in northwest Syria: Snapshots

  • Why young people continue to flee Gaza: Through my Lens

  • Premature babies were among the youngest victims of Syria's earthquakes: Snapshots

  • Yemen's forgotten camps

  • Syrian children living 'alone without anyone helping them': Snapshots

  • What are reparations in cases of sexual violence and human rights violations?

  • “Justice and reparation are completely interlinked.”

  • UK sends Tamil asylum seekers to Rwanda after suicide attempts

  • A Syrian photographer captures life after the earthquakes: Snapshots

  • A Syrian photographer captures life after the earthquakes: Snapshots

  • A Syrian photographer captures life after the quakes: Snapshots

  • A Syrian photographer captures life after the quakes: Snapshots

  • Russia agrees shorter grain deal extension

  • Gaza's struggle to rebuild: Through my lens

  • Bodies of Haitian women treated as 'weapon of war'

  • A Syrian photographer captures life after the quakes: Snapshots

  • A Syrian photographer captures life after the quakes: Snapshots

  • The Philippines’ forgotten siege: Marawi’s long road to recovery

  • Snapshots: A Syrian photographer captures life after the quakes

  • Voices: ICC trial brings mixed feelings for Darfur Janjaweed victims

  • 'People slept in cars’: A Syrian photographer on capturing the earthquakes’ aftermath

  • Earthquake pushes northwest Syria’s health system closer to collapse

  • Bandit leader Bello Turji with his bodyguards in Zamfara, Nigeria

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