MURDER IN ACCRA
Ahmed Hussein-Suale, a Ghanaian journalist who collaborated with the BBC, was shot dead in Accra. Ghanaian police believe he was assassinated because of his work.
A RECKONING IN CHARLOTTESVILLE
As white nationalists descend on the small Virginia city of Charlottesville for the third time in a few months, a local reverend reckons with race hate on the streets of her hometown.
THE SECRET LIFE OF A TRANSGENDER AIRMAN
Transgender people are banned from serving in the US military. Jane, a master sergeant, has hidden her gender identity for 25 years.
TERROR OF LIFE UNDER SIEGE IN TAIZ
A vicious ground war has brought terror to the streets of Taiz, Yemen's third-largest city, where snipers haunt the streets and open spaces and residents live in constant fear.
BEHNAZ SHAFIEI MAKES HISTORY
When Behnaz Shafiei crosses the finish line on Friday at the end of a rock-strewn race track near Tehran, it will mark the culmination of a tireless campaign for women's rights.
THE LURE OF THE DEEP
Natalia Molchanova, widely regarded as the best female freediver in the world, took a deep breath on Sunday and dipped beneath the waves off the coast of Ibiza. She never returned.
‘A BATTLE FOR THE SOUL OF AMERICA’
The story of what happened in Charlottesville last summer in the words of those who witnessed it up close, and what it meant to a city and a nation.
AFTER THE FLOOD
As the water recedes in Houston, three families return home for the first time after Hurricane Harvey. Like so many others, they have no way of paying for repairs.
ARE POLICE TOO QUICK TO SHOOT KNIFE-WIELDING SUSPECTS?
A shooting raised questions over when police resort to deadly force. In one of America's most violent cities, officers are trying something different.
'MOST PEOPLE HERE DIE IN SILENCE’
Yemen's health system is nearing collapse. Drugs are running out, children are malnourished, and mental health care is virtually non-existent. And things are getting worse.
WHAT DOES EUROPE THINK OF US?
Immigration is the most divisive political issue in Europe today, but what does the face of immigration really look like? The Telegraph invited 27 European immigrants to tell us.
SYRIA PROTEST MARCH
Report from the 4,000-strong march against the UK's involvement in airstrikes against Syria, which closed a stretch of Whitehall in central London.
'WE WILL STAY UNTIL THE END’
As the Syrian government tightens its noose around the Eastern Ghouta, doctors and medical staff are locked in a desperate battle to save the wounded.
The story of Anthony Scaramucci, the fast-talking, front-stabbing man from Long Island who became the shortest-serving White House communications director in history.
THE LOOPHOLES THAT LET ABUSERS KEEP THEIR GUNS
Laws designed to keep guns out of the hands of domestic abusers are dangerously flawed. The gaps cost Chinika Hursey her life.
PRACTISING MEDICINE UNDER FIRE
Saada is among the most dangerous parts of Yemen. Dr Mariela Carrara was just days into her posting there when a husband and wife were rushed into the hospital.
UNITED AIRLINES: WHAT WENT WRONG?
A common seating problem on a United Airlines flight on Sunday ended with a man being bloodied and dragged from his seat. How did it all go so wrong?
LIFE ON THE TRACKS
In a corner of Philadelphia known locally as the Badlands, a half-mile stretch of rail track has become a refuge for heroin addicts. The city plans to clear the tracks, but where will the users go?
THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY WHO JAILS VICTIMS
Marc Mitchell was the victim of an attempted murder. He should have been protected by the District Attorney's office. Instead, he was jailed.
ABORTION IN IRELAND: THE FIGHT FOR CHOICE
Ireland has a near-total ban on abortion, pushing thousands of women every year to travel abroad and others to break the law by taking abortion pills.
'MY STOMACH DROPPED’
Drill sergeant Kennedy Ochoa, a transgender soldier, was putting on his dress uniform when he saw the president's tweets. Suddenly everything he'd worked for was in jeopardy, again.
THE COST OF THE WINTER WHITE HOUSE
When President Trump flies to Mar-a-Lago, Jorge Gonzalez stays on the ground. That's a problem, because his business only really works in the air.