In the 1940s, photographer Kegham Djeghalian opened the first photo studio in Gaza City. His images show life in the city before it was transformed by war.
Communication isn't our strong suit, but I wanted to know about his other life, and the people he lost in Algeria.
Experts say Bhasan Char, or “Floating island”, is vulnerable to extreme weather conditions.
The takeover happened last week; hundreds of refugees who escaped violence in Tigray and were staying at the center have since been sent back.
The government blames refugees, who cannot leave their camps, for the spread of the virus.
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At least once a week, a sewage pipe bursts and a stream of human feces runs through the camp.
Almost 2,000 people seek asylum in the UK each year after being persecuted for their sexual orientation. Meanwhile, the Home Office's rate of refusing their claims is increasing.
There are just six asylum seekers and refugees left in the controversial offshore processing facility, with most of them being transferred to Port Moresby.
Humanitarian charity Concern Worldwide's "Ration Challenge" asks fundraisers to spend a week eating the supply packs provided to refugees. But does it undermine the scale of the crisis?
The 30-year-old man is also facing charges of arson, which could see him going to prison for life.