When Danish entrepreneur Salam Aldeen saw images of three-year-old Alan Kurdi lying dead on a beach, he was moved to save as many people fleeing Syria as he could. Now he is on trial for people smuggling. Could the charges be politically motivated?
A German court has jailed four young men for attacks on Turkish properties near Hanover in support of the outlawed Kurdish PKK. The arson bids last year coincided with Turkey's seizure of Afrin in northern Syria.
Migrants locked in detention camps in Tripoli face increasing danger as the prospect of a drawn-out siege looms. Inconsistent responses from Europe to the crisis have left them little hope.
As the planet heats up, homes are becoming uninhabitable and people are on the move. The countries most responsible for climate change are fortifying their borders to keep them out.
A report has revealed new allegations of sexual torture, rape and forced nudity across 30 Syrian detention centers, at home raids and government checkpoints. But justice for survivors is proving a long road.
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