BBC News - Middle East
More than 100 Kosovans, including mothers, children and several suspected IS fighters, are flown home.
Women are often portrayed as peacemakers, but research suggests they can play an active role in extremism.
Al-Hol is a Syrian camp that has grown to 70,000 people - inside are the women and children of the jihadist group Islamic State (IS).
Teenager Sajeda Shareif hopes her actions will encourage peace in a country which has faced instability since 2011.
Celebrations filled the streets in Algiers after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced his resignation
The Islamic State group was defeated in Mosul in July 2017, but the Iraqi city is struggling to move on.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville hears from fighters who fled the reported fall of the so-called 'caliphate'.