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Around 40,000 children are living in the Al Hol and Roj refugee camps in northeast Syria where violence is a daily threat.
Creative connections between writers of North Africa - Jean Genet and Mohamed Choukri plus Albert Camus and Kateb Yacine.
Many are concerned that once the pandemic ends, the effect on high school graduation rates could be felt for up to 10 years.
Did al-Qaeda’s attack on the US on September 11, 2001, change the way Americans deal with the world - and each other?
China has built ports in Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Can India counter Beijing's economic diplomacy?
Fawzia Koofi, Afghanistan’s former deputy speaker of parliament, discusses what’s at stake for women’s rights in her country.
The former director of the CDC talks about the Delta variant, booster shots and the world’s unvaccinated.
Personal, witness accounts of four historical events in Jordan, Egypt and Tunisia, including a riot over a movie.
Moscow takes a lead in new technology that can evade conventional defences and fly at seven times the speed of sound.
Dr John Nkengasong, director of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses global vaccine inequality and Africa’s battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Critics of the hasty exit from Afghanistan warn about long-term implications for the United States and its partners.
This week on The Stream, we go behind the scenes to talk about what it’s like at the Paralympic village in Tokyo and how Haitians are coping with one catastrophe after another this summer. We also feature a special interview with comedian Trae Crowde
US, UK and Australia tell crowds outside airport in Afghan capital to leave area amid ‘high threat of attack by ISIL offshoot’.
Without cash deliveries and its impounded international reserves, banks could fold and civil servants could go unpaid.
This week on The Stream, we look back at some of our coverage of Afghanistan - from 2019 to the Taliban takeover this week. From two years ago, a conversation about women’s rights and the #AfghanWomenWillNotGoBack movement. In April, we asked whether
While some argue that it's a hyped-up scam, others predict Bitcoin will hit $100,000 before the end of 2021.
If the aviation industry was a country, it would rank pretty high on the pollution scale. But how do you power up the aviation industry and still limit the effects of global warming?
Critics are concerned the European Peace Facility could provide training and weapons to dictators, increasing human rights abuses.
After 20 years of direct intervention, Washington decides that the future of Afghanistan is for its people to decide.
Food, medicine and fuel shortages have driven Cubans to protest for “patria y vida” or “homeland and life”. And then there’s the pandemic. #AJStartHere with Sandra Gathmann looks at why life in Cuba is so tough.
IMF to distribute more than $200bn to help emerging and developing countries through the pandemic.
The end of privacy: A global investigation exposes the scope and danger posed by Israeli spyware Pegasus.