The charity rebuilding the lives of refugee children in Britain
Ahsanullah Ahsas suffered horrors on the way to the UK, but help from the Children's Society has transformed his existence
A war against women
The education of girls has been proved to bring change to deprived areas throughout the world. But for girls in Afghanistan, even learning to read is dangerous
War & Peace
Which are the most peaceful countries in the world? And the least?
Destitute and confused: bleak future for refugees caught in the crossfire
Residents of a grim camp tell of clashes between coalition forces and the Taliban
Moshtarak - Frontline Diary
A troop's eye view of what is really happening
Not in vain?
Staff Sergeant Olaf Schmid's widow made this powerful speech at her husband's funeral
Afghanistan: Final toll
British troops ended their combat operation in October 2014 - what was the cost of their involvement?
Peace agreements may be signed and hostilities may cease, but landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW) are a continuing danger
Mother's Day: My grief at the loss of my soldier son in Afghanistan
Personal account: A mother writes about her grief and her pride in her 19-year-old son and shares his last letter home
Around the world, civilians are increasingly the victims when explosive weapons are used
What we could do with money wasted on Afghanistan war
Brian Eno argues against the billions spent on war