When David Cameron announced yesterday a successful drone strike on a British-born target in Syria, was he cynically playing to both the hawks and the doves while conceding little in the way of true humanitarian responsibility?
On the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima attack, we collect powerful artwork that forces us to rethink living under the shadow of nuclear weapons.
Eman Mohammed had to navigate bombs, bullets, sexism, disapproval and bullying to report on two Israel-Gaza conflicts from the front lines.
Eman Mohammed had to go beyond the headlines, and into harm’s way, to find the truth of war.
For Terakaft, rock ’n’ roll doesn’t mean women, sex and drugs. It means using guitars not guns to fight for a brighter future.
Syria is fast becoming a cinematic slideshow of guerrillas, grenades and guns. But conscientious photojournalist JM Lopez is working tirelessly to capture the human face of war.
Charity PhotoVoice empowers people too often denied a voice to tell their own stories through photography.
From propaganda videos and parliamentary statements to opinion pieces like this, war makes combatants of us all. But where does the truth lie, asks Michael Fordham.