Journalist Josh Baker tells how he unravelled the story of Sam Sally – a mother who ended up in the heart of the Isis caliphate.
Begum was one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join so-called Islamic State (IS) in February 2015.
In this Root Of The Recipe episode, Syrian born Abdullah Alawayed talks about how his Bedouin upbringing inspired his cooking. Without the 24/7 convenience of supermarket chains, seasons inspired their cooking. Summers were for foods like tomatoes, aubergine, and peppers and winters were for vegetables and grains you could store for longer.
Dominic Raab said the child was repatriated this week.
The US president is campaigning as a peacemaker, and last week ran Facebook ads bragging about his nomination for the "Noble Peace Prize."
Waad Al-Kateab documented the horrors of giving birth and raising a child in war-torn Aleppo in the Oscar-nominated film.
Begum, now 20, travelled to Syria in February 2015.
As a refugee, fighting coronavirus feels like I’m repaying the kindness this country has shown me and my family.
The world stood by as thousands were slaughtered in our long, ugly civil war. That same war means we’re now pitifully unready to take on coronavirus, writes Dr Wasel Aljork.
Contains two funny things including a beaver carrying some carrots so you don't lose all hope.