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Days of Our Refugee Lives
Coming soon to a radio near you: a soap set in a refugee camp in Jordan.
Life in a Jordanian Refugee Camp Inspires Soap Opera
The UN is backing a six-part radio drama to focus on forced marriage, domestic violence and water shortages
Underground Journalism Is Keeping the Fight Against Assad Alive in Syria
A boom in journalism is keeping opposition to Bashar Assad alive
An Independent Syrian Media Comes of Age at a Time of War
A spontaneous journalistic movement, made up of amateurs, is keeping hope alive despite attacks from both Isis and the regime
After Nearly Two Decades, Bosnia’s Dead Are Coming Home
Pioneering DNA work means those who died on the death marches from Srebrenica can be identified and given a proper burial
Meet the Assassin Who Sparked World War One
Was Gavrilo Princip a freedom fighter—or a terrorist?
The Shot That Changed The World
A hundred years after Gavrilo Princip set Europe on the path to war, some in Sarajevo celebrate him as a freedom fighter, others brand him a terrorist
The Endless Return of Spider-Man
How blockbusters are casting a web over the entire film business and choking the life out of the market for small films
Love Among the Ruins
Twenty years ago, a besieged city was the backdrop for both fear and romance.