Featured articles and slideshows:
(for the full archive please scroll down)
NPR: The biggest stories of 2017 - In pictures.
AlJazeera: The other side of the displacement experience in Iraq - in pictures.
NPR: Children caught in the crossfire of the Rohingya crisis.
IRIN: Malnutrition stalks the Rohingya
NPR: Intimate pictures capture the pain of the Rohingya.
Newsweek: After ISIS - Iraq's Christians in Limbo.
The British Journal of Photography: A photographer's view of the battle for Mosul.
The Sunday Times: Driving ISIS from its last citadel, one body at a time.
BBC: River of life - Getting water to uganda's refugees (in pictures).
AlJazeera: The battle for Mosul (in pictures).
Wall Street Journal: In pictures - Inside the Battle for Mosul.
AlJazeera: The fight for sight: Bakir's journey.
Newsweek: Rebel hell - living in fear in the DRC.
BBC: In pictures: Octopus hunters of Zanzibar.
AlJazeera: Guinea's long wait for justice.
Brussels Airlines Magazine: King of the dandies in the DRC. (page 61)
AlJazeera: The fly-catchers fighting river blindness in Uganda.
The Guardian: In pictures - Guinea's long wait for justice.
BBC: The dark side of Uganda's gorilla tourism industry.
The Guardian: In pictures - How to vaccinate 7m people in DRC in just 10 days.
BBC: In pictures - 7m people vaccinated against yellow fever in DRC.
The Telegraph: The adventures of a village barber during the rise and fall of ISIS in Iraq.
Brussels Airlines Magazine: A week in the life of Ugandan sprinter in the run up to Rio.
AlJazeera: Either you join ISIS or you challenge them.
BBC: In pictures - Criscent Bwambale sees for the first time.
AlJazeera: Disney movie sparks a chess boom in Uganda.
The Sunday Times: As ISIS flees, a new dread infests Iraq.
Newsweek: Inside Uganda's tiny Jewish community.
The New York Times: War, Disease, Scandals; slugging it out in Sierra Leone's soccer politics.
The New York Times: The fight to save Freetown's iconic board houses.
AlJazeera: Inside Greece's resurgent anarchist movement.
The New York Times: Guinea President set to win re-election as opposition alleges fraud.
AlJazeera: Deadly clashes flare ahead of Guinea election
The New York Times: Erison and the Ebola Soccer Survivors
AlJazeera: Layers of history slowly fade away on forgotten Sierra Leone island
The New Republic: How Sierra Leone's Rich and Powerful are Breaking the Ebola burial Rules.
VICE News: Opera thrives amid the shelling in Ukraine's rebel republics.
AlJazeera: Ebola's toll on education in Sierra Leone (text)
AlJazeera: Ebola's toll on education in Sierra Leone (in pictures)
BBC: In pics - Ebola portraits, one year on.
AlJazeera: In pics - Defenders of Mariupol.
Paris Match: In pics - Ebola in Sierra Leone.
AlJazeera: In pics - Sierra Leone's Turtle Islands feel impact of Ebola.
The Sunday Times: Ostracised but defiant, she brings dignity to Ebola dead.
Al Jazeera: Sierra Leone's 'Special forces' Ebola nurses.
Al Jazeera: Survivors cope with Post-Ebola syndrome in Sierra Leone.
The Sunday Times: A lonely death on the Ebola hospital floor.
AlJazeera: How Ebola burnt itself out in eastern Sierra Leone.
The New York Times: Sierra Leone loses 6th doctor to Ebola.
The Sunday Times: UK's sub-hunters take fight to ebola.
The Sunday Times: Survivors bolster Ebola fight.
The Sunday Times: Vigilant villagers stem deadly spread of Ebola (Text and slideshow).
The Sunday Times: Ebola - The Fight is on. (contribution).
BBC: In pics - Guinea's artisanal gold miners.
Huffington Post: Slideshow and phone interview on the Ebola situation in West Africa.
NPR: In pics - Liberia's hardest hit town.
NPR: In pics - Why patients aren't coming to Liberia's Redemption Hospital. (With David Gilkey)
NPR: Radio interview on the the aftermath of the West Point. (ignore mistake in the link).
NPR: In pics - Ebola quarantine sparks riot in West Point. (With David Gilkey)
NPR: In pics - Snippets of normality in Ebola hit West Point.
The Economist: Uncontained - Ebola quarantine in Sierra Leone.
NPR: An Ebola Quarantine in Freetown: People Come and Go as They Wish.
Al Jazeera: Freetown braces for Ebola.
The Economist: Death and Disbelievers.
The Sunday Times: Ebola fear spreads as victim goes on the run in Freetown
Al Jazeera: In pics - Fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone.
NPR: In pics only (with audio by NPR): Night time Ebola burial in Pendembu.
The Economist: West Africa Ebola outbreak a 'perfect storm'.
Al Jazeera: In pics: The human face of Sierra Leone's Ebola outbreak.
Al Jazeera: Ebola shatters lives in Sierra Leone.
The Economist: Which Doctor?
BBC: In pics: Yoga takes off in Sierra Leone.
The Economist: 'ChrisMus' in Sierra Leone.
IRIN: Slideshow - Salone goes solar.
Reuters: Banana Republic - Sierra Leone loses out to China over sea-cucumber boom.
BBC: In pics - 'No rebels here': Mali's tourism collapse.
IRIN: In pics - Hunger stalks Mali's Dogon.
BBC: In pics - Sierra Leone's first surf club.
Reuters: Police open fire during palm-oil protest.
The Economist: Final Gavel - Sierra Leone tribunal shuts down after more than a decade.
The Economist: Ruling party wins disputed Guinea poll.
Reuters: Sierra Leone's top medical official cleared of graft.
Reuters: Sierra Leone 'Ratgate' journalists charged.
Reuters: Sierra Leone arrests journalist for comparing president to rat.
Reuters: Sierra Leone turns to board game to curb road accidents.
The Economist: Sierra Leone steps up security after Westgate attack.
The Economist: Guinea - Hold your breath.
IRIN: Guinea's youth vote for jobs.
IRIN: ECHO workers speak on Liberia's post-war progress.
Reuters: Sierra Leone deports alleged arms dealer ahead of court appearance.
The Economist: Sierra Leone corruption - Dodging the traffic police.
BBC: In pictures: On call with Freetown's embattled Fire Force.
IRIN: 'Briefing' and slideshow - Liberia: 10 years on.
Reuters: Sierra Leone slaps travel ban on bankers, tax officials in corruption probe.
IRIN: Analysis & Slideshow - Ivorian refugees put down roots in Liberia, citing ethno-political persecution at home.
IRIN: Sierra Leone braces for cholera season.
IPS: Trafficked children end up on the streets in Sierra Leone.
Reuters: Chinese firm to invest up to 10 billion in Sierra Leone.
IRIN: Slideshow - the children working as rock-breakers to pay for their own education.
Reuters: Sierra Leone indicts 29 state officials on corruption charges.
IPS: Sierra Leone looks to shed 'war-torn' image amid tourism hopes.
Reuters: “No more business as usual” for mining companies in Sierra Leone…
The Economist: How high unemployment has led to rising addiction to Chinese ‘gunpowder’ tea in Sierra Leone.
IRIN: How rampant sand-mining on the Freetown peninsula is damaging the area’s beaches, destroying homes, and threatening any hopes of a tourism revival.
The Guardian: Feature on realising the full potential of Sierra Leone’s neglected fruit industry.
IPS: Vigilante justice is thriving in Sierra Leone, where citizens prefer to avoid using a delay-ridden and inefficient judicial system.
BBC: Slideshow on the effects of sand-mining on the Freetown peninsula.
IPS: How international drug trafficking through West Africa, widespread poverty, and chronic unemployment among urban youth have fostered a narco sub-culture in Freetown’s slums.
Reuters: President Koroma evicts street traders from Freetown, and bans okadas from the city centre. (Pic not mine).
Reuters: Sierra Leone runs out of fuel…
IRIN: Slideshow on how local artisanal fishermen in Sierra Leone are struggling with the effects of pirate fishing by foreign trawlers and the unsustainable techniques used by some of their colleagues.
IRIN: Slideshow on how large-scale youth unemployment poses risks for Sierra Leone’s long-term stability.
BBC: Slideshow on the conditions that led to Sierra Leone’s worst outbreak of cholera in more than 15 years.
The Guardian: Slideshow on Liberian refugees in Ivory Coast.
IRIN: Slideshow - A look at Sierra Leone's diamond industry as Charles Taylor is convicted.