A company owned by the Northern Irish government has been sharply criticised by the international human rights group Reprieve for its role in setting up juvenile courts in Egypt.
In September 2017, Chris Leslie, award winning photographer and filmmaker, and Dr Jonathan Charley, from the Department of Architecture, University of Strathclyde, visited Moscow to report on one of the largest urban migration programmes in history.
The US is to withhold more than £45m in aid for the UN relief agency for Palestinians, a move that could prove “catastrophic” for the humanitarian organisation and half a million children.
A report from the Yemen Data Project on the war there found a notable shift in targeting from the Saudi-led coalition with air raids on non-military targets double those recorded on military targets.
Three years on from mass murder by Islamic State thousands of Yazidis are still seeking justice.
A charity run by prominent Brexit donor Arron Banks has been under investigation by the Charity Commission.
The Ferret was in Barcelona to witness voters being attacked for voting in Catalonia's independence referendum.
“House Without Windows” is an immersive 360 video which transports you to the Central African Republic. It places you at the centre of the story. Stand in a mine as children dig for diamonds, cycle around a refugee camp or visit a rural hospital.
As the battle rages between Islamic State groups and official forces in Mosul, a nearby Christian Iraqi town is preparing for what comes next.