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Karishma Vyas

Health

Limbs of hope: The healers of Kabul

We meet the health workers of Kabul's Red Cross Orthopaedic Centre giving amputees new limbs and a new lease of life.

Limbs of hope: The healers of Kabul

Philippines

Locked up: Inside Manila City Jail

Al Jazeera investigates what life is like inside one of the world's most congested jails.

Locked up: Inside Manila City Jail

Asia Pacific

Philippines: Life inside one of the world's most congested jails

Philippine jail population has been growing at rapid rate since President Duterte launched controversial 'war on drugs'.

Philippines: Life inside one of the world's most congested jails

India

Gurus Gone Bad in India

How do manipulative cult leaders exploit devout believers?

Gurus Gone Bad in India

Rohingya

Tricked and trapped: Inside the Rohingya trade

After escaping violence in Myanmar, Rohingya women find themselves still vulnerable in Bangladesh's refugee camps.

Tricked and trapped: Inside the Rohingya trade

Cambodia

'At heart we are American': Identity in the age of migration

How are Cambodian migrants to the US dealing with abrupt deportation from the place they call home?

'At heart we are American': Identity in the age of migration

US & Canada

US-raised Cambodians face deportation to home they've never known

In the US, changes to immigration rules under President Donald Trump are threatening to separate families.

US-raised Cambodians face deportation to home they've never known

War & Conflict

Rejected from Germany: One Afghan's story

One Afghan refugee describes how his 'life was destroyed in just 12 hours' as he was returned to the country he'd fled.

Rejected from Germany: One Afghan's story

Human Rights

Shot in the eyes: Kashmiri girl tells her story

'They dragged me by my hair, beat me with their baton, then shot me with a pellet gun,' says 14-year-old Ifra.

Shot in the eyes: Kashmiri girl tells her story

Humanitarian crises

Kashmir: At a tipping point?

Inside the world's most militarised zone.

Kashmir: At a tipping point?

Human Rights

Japan: Forced confessions and wrong convictions

In Japan, nearly all cases that go to court end in convictions, but some abuse the law to obtain false confessions.

Japan: Forced confessions and wrong convictions

Arts & Culture

Myanmar’s Shan minority fights to preserve culture

Ethnic groups are turning to music and radio to keep their traditions alive under a democratic government.

Myanmar’s Shan minority fights to preserve culture