UN investigators have spent years collecting evidence, but turning that into prosecutions is difficult, says Jeremy Bowen.Read more
BBC Middle East editor
The battle against IS in Syria is coming to a close. The BBC's Quentin Sommerville investigates.
Rouaa used to dream about returning home - but the shelling and war has changed her mind.
Over the past eight years, it's thought that about half a million Syrians have been killed and many more have been injured. The conflict has led to more people having to flee their homes than in any other crisis of our time. For the past few years, BBC News has been following the story of one little boy, Mustafa, whose parents were both killed in an attack which also gave him life-changing injuries. Caroline Hawley went to meet with Mustafa again at his new home in Jordan. First broadcast: 07.03.2019
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott has strongly condemned the government's treatment of Shamima Begum, the teenager who left the UK to join Islamic State four years ago and whose child died at the end of last week. Home Secretary Sajid Javid rejected the suggestion he was responsible for the baby's death, having stripped Shamima Begum of her British citizenship.Chris Wimpress reports. You can hear more from Today in Parliament every weekday night on BBC Radio 4 or on BBC Sounds