Omar Abu al-Ouf lost his parents, grandparents and two siblings when his building was bombed by the Israeli military last month, in a street where 43 people were killed. Two weeks after the 16-year-old was pulled from the rubble, he leaves hospital to visit his remaining family and return to what’s left of his devastated neighbourhood in Gaza City.
In the heart of the Village, a loyalist area in Belfast, the Windsor Women’s Centre has fought a 30-year battle to keep its doors open. The centre, an oasis for vulnerable women, is deeply rooted in the community. As it faces financial insecurity and navigates the pandemic, will these women make it through their toughest year so far?
Former Guantánamo detainee, Mohamedou Ould Salahi, and his guard, Steve Wood, reunite in Mauritania 13 years after last seeing each other, rekindling an unlikely relationship that profoundly changed their lives.
At the end of his US presidency, Barack Obama said his worst mistake was failing to plan for the day after the intervention in Libya. What followed was chaos. Filmed over seven years, this is an observational mosaic, capturing the feeling of a country in the hands of warlords and a proxy war, while a divided political process and a fragile international peace deal loom.
England’s footballers will take the knee before their match against Scotland at Wembley tonight in an anti-racism protest that has divided supporters. Liam Rosenior and Paul MacInnes reflect on how football became enmeshed in the culture wars