A refugee from Afghanistan living in Manchester has welcomed the first peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government.
‘Keeping a 2m distance is impossible’: Manchester charity Syria Relief send coronavirus aid to Idlib
Manchester charity Syria Relief is providing aid to protect displaced civilians in the country’s war-ravaged Idlib province from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amazing WW2 diary revealing grandparents’ Manchester Blitz tragedy leads woman to shorthand assistance plea
A Manchester woman has unearthed a diary written by her mother in 1940 during the Manchester Blitz, which may tell the tale of her grandparents’ tragic deaths.
Rory O’Keeffe, the author of a new book chronicling the conflict during and after the Libyan Civil War, has said that he believes the country could ‘never recover’.
Military intervention in Syria will cause more groups to radicalise and expose Britain to ‘greater vulnerabilities’, warns UK’s leading Syrian group.
President Barack Obama is guilty of committing the ‘oldest war crime in the book’ by bombing a hospital in Kunduz, according to a leading Manchester conflict expert.
‘Many more’ Japanese lives lost if US had NOT dropped atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Manchester Uni expert claims
The number of Japanese civilians killed in the Second World War could have been higher had nuclear weapons NOT been deployed by America, a University of Manchester lecturer has claimed.
‘Take them away from the refugee camp or graveyard’: Syrian community leaders discuss Arab Spring crisis
Two prominent Syrian community leaders came together on Tuesday night after a Lowry show on the Arab Spring to discuss the future of their war-torn homeland.
In an uprising that everyone thought would present hope for the Syrian people, the conflict that emerged has proved to be the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time.
Colour Sergeant Stephen Bardsley, 57,from Moston who saved wounded comrades in battle committed suicide after losing a tragic last fight to cope with the untimely death of his wife.
Iraq War veteran from Bolton, Garry Reader, found guilty of raping a six-year-old girl, jailed for 11 years at Bolton Crown Court