Part Two of an interview with a survivor of the Syrian Revolution. In this part Naim discusses his opinions of the Assad, ISIS, the international community, and the future of Syria
Naim risked his life smuggling medicine and food to those under siege in his home city of Homs. He survived massacres and bombings before fleeing the war-torn country. This is his story.
A visit by the Mexican ambassador to the Netherlands was met by protest last week, over the disappearances in Iguala.
As work starts on the Nicaraguan canal, opinions on the subject are divided. Meanwhile in the village of Rancho Grande, the arrival of a Canadian mining company has been met with determined resistance by locals. Both projects threaten to cause environmental problems and the displacement of local people. I visited Nicaragua to investigate.
The EZLN still run their autonomous communities using a mixture of left-wing politics and traditional indigenous customs