On a Greek island, humanitarian groups’ funding dries up
Eight years into the migration crisis, only the most determined organizations remain.
Syrian arrivals see northern Iraq as a springboard
But earlier waves still in the country provide a cautionary tale.
In Warsaw, Russian ‘parliament in exile’ debates a post-Putin future
But questions about legitimacy and motives dog the Kremlin's opposition.
Communities in Ghana try to arbitrate farmer-herder conflicts on their own
But mediators are still finding themselves ensnared in messy local politics.
For Syrian migrants, the Gulf dream has faded
Millions once traveled to work in oil-rich Arab monarchies and one day retire back home. That path now seems a dead end.
Anatolian Greeks commemorate a century across the sea
Greece’s 1922 defeat in the Greco-Turkish War led to the end of Hellenism in Asia Minor.
Malians fleeing war build a temporary sanctuary
Amid violence and trauma, their relative oasis belies a mounting crisis.
Energized Georgians confront the ruling party over a red line
Protesters force a backdown over pro-Russian legislation. Does it signal a sea-change?
A Syrian family in Istanbul has nowhere else to go
After narrowly escaping Turkey’s earthquake, some believe they’re in the line of the next big one.
Amid tensions with Turkey, a Greek island looks for lessons in its tragic past
The Chios massacre of 1822 still casts long shadows.