When conflict ends, relatives and friends try to find the dead and missing. A conference in The Hague is now drawing attention to a topic tat is often overlooked.
DW spoke to the Syrian Kurds' most senior leader during his first visit ever to the Basque Country, where he was hearing about the Basque experience just after the Syrian Kurds declared their own autonomous region.
The number of children affected by Syria's civil war has more than doubled in the last year, according to a UNICEF report. Child casualty rates are the highest of any recent conflict in the region.
The streets of Beirut are becoming ever more crowded as the tiny country is flooded with refugees from across the border in Syria. But the government still does not have a policy on what to do with them.
In Syria, the regime and Islamists publish videos demonstrably showing their human rights violations. Mid-East expert Bente Scheller of the Heinrich Böll Foundation explains the intentions behind this in a DW interview.
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