Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan on the danger of renewed conflict with Azerbaijan
Davit Babayan, adviser to the President of Nagorno-Karabakh, on the conflict with Azerbaijan
By Emily McGarvey
BBC News NI
By Mina Al-Lami
Jihadist Media Specialist, BBC Monitoring
A Syrian refugee who resettled in Barrow has won a university place to continue her studies in maths, less than two years after fleeing her war-torn country with her family.Copyright: BBC
Alaa Al Zoubi was a student at Damascus University when she was forced to flee the country with her small children because her husband's life was threatened.
Now she's been offered a place to complete her studies at Leeds University, after passing her English language course and maths GCSE with Cumbria County Council's Community Learning service..Quote Message: When Leeds university told me they were accepting me, I can't believe it really, it was a very nice day, and when I had my exam for a higher qualification in English I cried, I hugged my son, he asked what had happened, I said 'I've passed, I've passed'." from Alaa Al Zoubi
The emotional impact of the city's deadly port explosion has been felt as far away as Ethiopia and Syria.
By Gareth Evans
By Paul Adams
BBC News, Beirut