Deaf rebels fight for freedom on Libya's frontlines
(Global Post) September 20, 2011
A special unit of 86 deaf soldiers battle against Gaddafi forces winning a new-found respect.
Captured by the Islamic State, these two teenagers went through hell. Then they ran
(Business Insider) October 1, 2014
Sara and Leila made a daring escape from from their IS captors. These are their stories.
INSIDE SYRIA: One hospitals' Story
(Global Post) September 24, 2012
Every day, these medical volunteers treat around 100 patients - mostly civilian. It is a heart breaking job. Each must find his own way to cope.
(Global Post) March 4, 2013
In Syria, one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter. This series takes an exclusive look a three men wanted on charges of terrorism, including an indepth interview with the 'prince' of Jabhat al-Nusra.
Miracle of childbirth, especially in war
(Global Post) January 15, 2013
No power, no water, no doctor. In the middle of the night. How one Syrian life entered this world.
On the front lines of Syria's guerrilla war
(Al Jazeera) June 13, 2012
Exclusive account of Sham Falcons, a rebel group waging war against the Assad government from their mountain hideouts.
War Drives More Than Half Of Syria's Students From School, Into 'Black Hole'
(GroundTruth) April 18, 2014
Hopelessness creeps in amid a range of peril including bombing, gunfire, arrest, torture, execution, conscription and economic crisis.
LAWS OF MEN: Horrendous "honor Killing" fades to memory as Iraq violence swells (SERIES)
(Huffington Post) July 17, 2014
At 15, Dunya was brutally murdered by her husband 45-year-old but in many countries the law does not consider such barbarity a crime.
Horror of life in a city under siege
(Sydney Morning Herald) July 11, 2011
Four months of fighting have left Misrata with a cashless economy reliant on charity and camaraderie.