A dispatch from the Iraqi city of Mosul as security forces push the Islamic State from its greatest stronghold
The Washington Post: "The hospitals were slaughterhouses." A journey into Syria's secret torture wards
A 3-month investigation uncovers a brutal and secretive network where prisoners are barely kept alive.
A look at how Russian and Syrian troops obliterated an aid convoy -- and then demanded an investigation.
At least 2.9m Syrian children have never known anything but war or exile. Meet Shaima.
Rocket attacks terrorise a southern Turkish town where refugees now outnumber locals.
As Europe closes its doors to Syria's refugees, a look inside the world of the people smugglers who get them there.
A student with no limbs and a girl with no eyes - meeting the casualties of Syria's brutal five-year war.
How 14 men, all from the same Egyptian village, fell into the hands of the Islamic State in Libya.
Tunisia sends more foreign fighters to the conflict in Syria than any other nation - here's a look at why.
An op-ed on Egypt's politicised justice system.
The fruits of a months-long investigation of exactly what happened on the day that over 1000 people were killed in Egypt's Rabaa al-Adaweya Square.
A look at the barbaric people trafficking networks that run through Egypt's North Sinai desert - the trade is synonymous with torture.
Reporting from the aftermath of the August 2013 Rabaa el Adaweya, the bloodiest day in Egypt's modern history.
An exclusive report from Egypt's Sinai peninsula in October 2013, a military zone in which civilians were caught in crossfire between Egypt's army and its jihadist insurgency.
When security forces killed 51 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi outside a military installation in Cairo on July 8, the army said its troops fired on protesters to defend themselves. But a series of interviews reviews the darker truth.