On the ground with the migrant caravan dividing Trump’s America (The New European)

Venezuela's revolution: A bridge too far (The New European)

The families of South America's great migration on faith in humanity (The i Paper)

Venezuelans flee to Colombia to escape hunger, but find little relief (News Deeply)

Live Stream from the Colombia-Venezuela border (via Periscope for Verifeye Media)

One man's mission to reunite lost Rohingya children with their families (The i Paper)

‘The death road’: A young Syrian mother’s journey from Sudan to Egypt (The Independent)

The Syrian refugees caring for the most vulnerable in their new homes (The i Paper)

International Politics

Belize’s big gamble: Taking the border dispute with Guatemala to court (The New European)

Can the centre hold? Why Central America is on a precipice (The New European)

For FARC fighters, lack of health services undermines peace deal (News Deeply)

Colombian election: Ivan Duque vows to 'correct' peace accord after comfortable win (The Telegraph)

Misinformation is shaping the Colombian elections (Centre for International Governance Innovation)

The Duque of Hazard: Colombia's election frontrunner could send country back to war (The New European)

Lebanese Hunger strikers: Minister will feel our beat (The Daily Star) 

Demonstrations allowing civilians to reclaim public spaces (The Daily Star) 


Eyewitness to a massacre: A Rohingya survivor of Tula Toli speaks out (The New European)

Traumatised Rohingya children describe horrors they witnessed in Burma (The Independent) 

Mathare's children photograph the slum they call home (CNN) This story inspired a reader to move to Nairobi and start his own charity, Photo Start, teaching vulnerable children photography and business skills…

…Two years later, I visited the project and profiled it for The Independent.

Clearing Lebanon’s unexploded ordnance (The Daily Star) 

Health and Science

Caribbean swamped by seaweed that smells like rotten eggs (The Guardian)

The women conservationists caving the world, one croc at a time (Broadly)

Hunger gnaws at Rohingya children in Bangladesh's refugee camps (Thomson Reuters Foundation)

Inside the festival drug testing service trying to keep revellers safe (The Independent)

The picture showing a hidden crisis: Malnutrition in Madagascar (The Independent)

Traditional healers and modern medicine in Madagascar (Al Jazeera)

Madagascar: The vulnerability to tuberculosis (Al Jazeera)

A crisis ‘lost in the ocean’ - Drought and climate change in Madagascar (IRIN)

Polish women speak out on government's moves to completely ban abortion (The Independent)


'We don't want to depend on our husbands': Women’s informal finance in Kenya (Al Jazeera)

The traders cashing in on Rohingya misery: 'It's the best profit of my life' (The Guardian)


'Latin America in London': The colourful market threatened with demolition (The Independent)

Inside the Football Lads Alliance march through central London (The Independent)

Cypress Hill confirm project with London Symphony Orchestra (The Independent)

Buckingham Palace on lockdown after knifeman attacks police officers (The Times)

'We're utterly disenfranchised': Welcome to Buckingham, the constituency where votes don't count (The Independent) 

Meet the British artist moulding records of the fight against Isis (The Independent)

Kurdish protesters arrested while marching for Kobane (Vice)