For four years, the northern Syrian city of Raqqa was the unofficial capital of so-called Islamic State. Kurdish militias are now taking it street by street, and paying the price in killed and wounded. Medical personnel are scarce on the ground.
Turkey has remained defiant in the face of international criticism, insisting the military will push forward with its incursion. The UN has warned of an impending humanitarian crisis as thousands flee to safety.
Western nations slammed Turkey's Syria incursion at the UN, but the Security Council failed to agree on a statement. Russia says it wants the "illegal military presence" of other nations to be addressed in any document.
Films and panels at the Human Rights Film Festival look into the work of reporters in conflict zones. From legendary foreign correspondent Marie Colvin to citizen journalists, here's how war reporting is changing.
Ilkay Gündogan and Emre Can have explained themselves after liking an Instagram post related to Turkey's military offensive in Syria. After criticism from some quarters, the pair have been backed by their teammates.
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