Middle East matters

Chemical weapons in Syria: the OPCW's challenging and risky mission

By: Joanna COCKERELL | Kalvin NG | Stéphanie CHEVAL
1 min

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons recently won the Nobel Peace Prize. We look at the organisation's work in Syria as experts claim the deadline to rid the country of its chemical weapons may not be met. Then, sectarian attacks in Iraq have become the norm in some areas - we examine the situation there. And finally, we report on security measures at the world's biggest Muslim gathering.