Lucy Kafanov
The Kremlin's Secret War: Russia's Ghost Army in Ukraine
Displaced and Distressed: War Drives Afghans From Homes
Is Yemen Chewing Itself Dry?
The story of Hanifa Saadat: Slain by the Taliban
Losing Power in Iraq
Still Under Attack: Laws Fail to Protect Afghan Women from Brutality, Oppression
Pakistan's Civilian Drone Strike Victims
Ravaged by Addiction in the Afghan Capital
A Village in Yemen Devastated by Drones
German villages at risk of being razed to make room for coal mine
Counting down to Afghanistan's Economic Collapse
Greece: Anti-Fascist Fury

The ultra-nationalist Golden Dawn party came to power amid the economic crisis, fueling divisions that now threaten to tear Greece apart.

Iraq War's Toxic Legacy

Families in the Iraqi city of Najaf struggle to cope with a post-war epidemic of birth defects.

Despair in a Syrian Refugee Camp

Syrians fleeing the bloodshed face hunger and hopelessness in Jordan's al-Zaatari Refugee camp.

Iraq: Daily Life Amid Chaos

Bomb blasts may still haunt Baghdad, but Iraqi citizens find unique ways of coping with the struggles of daily life.

 
Stability Eludes Kirkuk

Amid a spate of violent attacks, Kirkuk has become a symbol for Iraq's most intractable problems — the debate over who should control Iraq's oil riches and the conflict among its major ethnic groups.

Raising a Stunted Generation: Malnutrition Crisis in Afghanistan

More than half of Afghan boys and girls suffer irreversible physical harm because they don't get enough nutrition in first two years of life. There are fears the problem could get worse following the withdrawal of NATO combat forces. Lucy Kafanov investigates the plight of Afghanistan's malnourished children.

Russia's Ghost Army in Ukraine (Part 1)
Taliban Spring Offensive: Civilian Casualties Rise

Across Afghanistan, hospitals are reporting an increase in civilian casualties. The Emergency Hospital in Kabul is on the frontline of trauma care in Afghanistan. Lucy Kafanov reports.

Long after ISIS collapses, its explosives will remain across Iraq

Across villages surrounding Mosul and inside the city itself, retreating ISIS militants left behind tens of thousands of homemade explosives, mines and booby traps. Many are buried alongside roads, hidden in farm fields, scattered around schools and inside homes. Some have a military purpose and were intended to keep advancing Iraqi and Kurdish forces at bay. Others, simply made to kill. NBC News Foreign Correspondent Lucy Kafanov reports from Iraq.

The Kremlin's Secret War: Russia's Ghost Army in Ukraine
Displaced and Distressed: War Drives Afghans From Homes
Is Yemen Chewing Itself Dry?
The story of Hanifa Saadat: Slain by the Taliban
Losing Power in Iraq
Still Under Attack: Laws Fail to Protect Afghan Women from Brutality, Oppression
Pakistan's Civilian Drone Strike Victims
Ravaged by Addiction in the Afghan Capital
A Village in Yemen Devastated by Drones
German villages at risk of being razed to make room for coal mine
Counting down to Afghanistan's Economic Collapse
Greece: Anti-Fascist Fury
Iraq War's Toxic Legacy
Despair in a Syrian Refugee Camp
Iraq: Daily Life Amid Chaos
Stability Eludes Kirkuk
Raising a Stunted Generation: Malnutrition Crisis in Afghanistan
Russia's Ghost Army in Ukraine (Part 1)
Taliban Spring Offensive: Civilian Casualties Rise
Long after ISIS collapses, its explosives will remain across Iraq
The Kremlin's Secret War: Russia's Ghost Army in Ukraine
Displaced and Distressed: War Drives Afghans From Homes
Is Yemen Chewing Itself Dry?
The story of Hanifa Saadat: Slain by the Taliban
Losing Power in Iraq
Still Under Attack: Laws Fail to Protect Afghan Women from Brutality, Oppression
Pakistan's Civilian Drone Strike Victims
Ravaged by Addiction in the Afghan Capital
A Village in Yemen Devastated by Drones
German villages at risk of being razed to make room for coal mine
Counting down to Afghanistan's Economic Collapse
Greece: Anti-Fascist Fury

The ultra-nationalist Golden Dawn party came to power amid the economic crisis, fueling divisions that now threaten to tear Greece apart.

Iraq War's Toxic Legacy

Families in the Iraqi city of Najaf struggle to cope with a post-war epidemic of birth defects.

Despair in a Syrian Refugee Camp

Syrians fleeing the bloodshed face hunger and hopelessness in Jordan's al-Zaatari Refugee camp.

Iraq: Daily Life Amid Chaos

Bomb blasts may still haunt Baghdad, but Iraqi citizens find unique ways of coping with the struggles of daily life.

 
Stability Eludes Kirkuk

Amid a spate of violent attacks, Kirkuk has become a symbol for Iraq's most intractable problems — the debate over who should control Iraq's oil riches and the conflict among its major ethnic groups.

Raising a Stunted Generation: Malnutrition Crisis in Afghanistan

More than half of Afghan boys and girls suffer irreversible physical harm because they don't get enough nutrition in first two years of life. There are fears the problem could get worse following the withdrawal of NATO combat forces. Lucy Kafanov investigates the plight of Afghanistan's malnourished children.

Russia's Ghost Army in Ukraine (Part 1)
Taliban Spring Offensive: Civilian Casualties Rise

Across Afghanistan, hospitals are reporting an increase in civilian casualties. The Emergency Hospital in Kabul is on the frontline of trauma care in Afghanistan. Lucy Kafanov reports.

Long after ISIS collapses, its explosives will remain across Iraq

Across villages surrounding Mosul and inside the city itself, retreating ISIS militants left behind tens of thousands of homemade explosives, mines and booby traps. Many are buried alongside roads, hidden in farm fields, scattered around schools and inside homes. Some have a military purpose and were intended to keep advancing Iraqi and Kurdish forces at bay. Others, simply made to kill. NBC News Foreign Correspondent Lucy Kafanov reports from Iraq.

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