A couple of days in Kos and my mind has been blown by how humanity can be so deep in such abnormal situations, with every culture meeting every imaginable circumstance, side by side.
It can no longer be ignored now that Syria's future generations are paying heavily for a catastrophe they did not create, one that is placing an obstacle to their present and future. These children are crying for help and it remains uncertain whether anyone is listening.
Syrian voices cry out from behind the camera as the harrowingly familiar scene unfolds. Against a backdrop of crumbling buildings, a young boy runs amidst sniper fire towards a burnt out car...
Jordanian leaders at the highest levels are alarmed. Jordanian political analysts are taking the ISIS threat very seriously. According to Middle Eastern security officials, defences have been reinforced at the borders of Iraq. The Jordanian air force has been on high alert for several days.
Almost one-fifth (18 per cent) of those travelling to Syria from the EU are women... we can only assume that they will make their way to the frontline, as they have in many previous conflict zones.
Over the last three years, Issam Kourbaj, a Syrian artist living in the UK, has been watching from a painful distance the war eviscerating his homeland: its people, its cities and villages, its past and present, and its memory.
The problem of aid delivery in Syria has become so grave that the UN is pressing the Syrian government to allow more aid to pass through Turkey to reach what it estimates to be 3.5 million people who have been isolated and cut off from any form of humanitarian relief.
Desperate residents of a Palestinian refugee camp in Syria are shown queuing for food in a harrowing new image The line of
Former Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg is one of four people arrested in Birmingham on suspicion of terror offences, related
The bloody war in Syria has been boiled down to a case of "goodies" and "baddies" by the Australian Prime Minister. As world