Some two years since the heaviest fighting between Iraqi forces and ISIS came to an end, 1.8 million people remain displaced and are uniquely vulnerable to abuse. New Human Rights Watch research exposes how families are struggling to find a safe home in post-ISIS Iraq.

78-year-old Galina lives in a city on the front line separating Ukrainian troops and Russian-backed armed groups in eastern Ukraine. Before the fighting began five years ago, collecting her Ukrainian pension was a simple five-minute walk to the bank. Now, on a good day, it’s a 10-hour trek.

The Kosovo war may have ended 20 years ago, but 1,653 people still remain missing, and so does justice for them and the many others killed. 

Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are leading a coalition of states that has conducted thousands of airstrikes in Yemen since March 2015. They are now conducting mine clearance efforts in Yemen, but this is not enough: they should ban all use of antipersonnel mines as well. 

The deal between Mexico and the Trump administration aimed at reducing the number of migrants coming to the US’ southern border raises serious human rights concerns.

Yesterday was International Albinism Awareness Day, which HRW marked by publishing a report on the challenges that people with albinism face in Mozambique. And awareness-raising efforts even reached New York's Times Square. 

And finally some good news to close this week. In Russia, there have been two amazing breakthroughs for critics of the government framed on drug charges.