asia & pacific
A Muslim Minority Keeps Clashing With the 'China Dream' in the Country's Increasingly Wild West
China blames the 'religious extremism' of the Uighurs for violence in the resource-rich region of Xinjiang, but residents say the real culprit is government-driven migration and economic development that ignores the need for cultural integration.
Sudanese Refugees Are Being Attacked by Angry Mobs and Police in Jordan
Thousands of refugees from Sudan have resettled in Jordan, but confrontations with neighbors and local police have left many feeling unsafe.
Islamic State Insurgent Cells Cause Death and Discrimination Behind Iraq's Front Lines
Kurds in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk increasingly distrust and turn away Sunni Arab refugees, fearing Islamic State militants hiding among them.
Using Facebook, Cameras, and Cash, Syrian Refugees Are Trying to Save Each Other
As the dire refugee crisis in Lebanon gets even worse, young Syrian refugees are doing whatever they can to help those who need it most.