Over-use of antibiotics kills thousands annually in Egypt and Sudan.
Inhumane conditions and inadequate handling of the pandemic are rampant in isolation facilities for refugees on the Greek island of Samos, as camp residents recount.
The life of morgue workers in Egypt is not an easy one. But besides stigma, low salaries and numerous health risk some find fulfilment and even love at their unusual workplace.
The Maghreb’s most important river is being polluted by 30,000 industrial plants. While government bodies and factory owners appear unable and sometimes unwilling to help keep the Medjerda clean, residents and farmers suffer the dire consequences.
Safiya, Ameer and Aziz were victims of sexualized violence. The perpetrators have exposed the minors to a future full of shame and isolation. The victims can hardly expect help from the Moroccan state.
Giving back to those in need in the good and the most trying of times: A photo essay through the acts of one Sufi community in the UK and Germany.
Semi-authoritarian regimes throughout the Middle East are looking for ways to combine the fight against coronavirus, populism and crisis management – and to weaken their opponents. To that end, Iran and Turkey are treading a similar path.
Iran’s health care system is at a breaking point. While doctors accuse a powerful institution of diverting critical gear, the US government is stonewalling and seems to be pursuing a perfidious strategy.