This edition of ‘For Children in War’ focuses on the challenges faced by girls in their quest for schooling in a displaced person’s camp in Pakistan
Eleven-year-old Rojda Ayoub Said-Khalaf had to flee from her Damascus home. She is one of the many children affected by the 32-month-long conflict in
In 1863, the same year the Red Cross was created, the first Red Cross Society , the Society for the Relief of the Wounded, was founded in the State
“We make war so we are war.’‘ That, some would say chilling quotation, came from a young man in the Netherlands who has converted to Islam. He has
Death, brutality and suffering: the cruel realities of the Syrian conflict. A people scarred and a country ravaged, where rebels and government
After two years of violence and bloodshed in Syria, countless lives have been lost and many families displaced.
Fierce fighting between rebel and
In all its years of clashes with the Kurds, Turkey has finally decided that political efforts may be more effective than its military advantage. The
Alasdair Sandford, euronews:
Joining us from Washington is Professor Chester Crocker of Georgetown University.
He served as Assistant Secretary
The surprise move by the French government to attack jihadist rebels in Mali followed the surprise rebel advance southward toward the capital Bamako
Against the backdrop of an unfolding hostage drama in Algeria, euronews spoke to Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the secretary general of NATO.
French military action – Opération Serval – against Islamists trying to take control of northern Mali has moved into a new phase: the deployment of
French military intervention in north Mali is aimed at stopping a radical Islamic takeover of the territory.
Three groups essentially dominate
It has become a challenge to define who are the fighting forces in Syria. Syrian Armed Forces personnel who deserted, along with volunteers, call
Looking back, four years ago Israel had more diplomatic manoeuvring room than now. But then, by the time its three week military offensive into the
Once again the Israeli-Hamas conflict has erupted into violence and the bloodshed looks set to climb over the coming days.
As rockets continue to
After 19 months of bloody conflict there are still no signs of peace in Syria.
A ruthless battle has been raging in Aleppo for more than two
Our correspondent in Syria has been seeking out rebels in action in Aleppo.
This comes as current and former Western officials say their countries
Unlike other Arab dictators, Syria’s Bashar al-Assad continues to resist being overthrown. Despite the civil war, thousands dead, attacks against the
Anna Miranda, euronews: War, armed conflict, torture, catastrophe… how to alleviate human suffering? Is humanitarian diplomacy gaining in efficiency
Daraa in Syria, where the uprising against President Bashar al Assad first erupted, is a short distance from the border with Jordan. Every day
According to UNICEF, in countries torn apart by armed conflict, 39 million primary school children do not go to school – and tempting them back into
Here are some of the main points about international diplomatic efforts in Syria.
The special envoy of the UN and the Arab League met the president
Women and War goes to Nepal this month, to meet Mina, Durga, and Laxmi, three women who are trying to rebuild their lives, shattered by a conflict
Days go by peacefully in the village of Munalbasti, in western Nepal.
It has not always been the case in this community.
The village sits in the
Syria’s people-power uprising has turned into open warfare. After months of trying to crush a largely peaceful Arab Spring movement, and after more
To find out more on about the possible future of Libya, euronews has been speaking to Mohammed Farhat the representative of Libya’s National