AL JAZEERA SELECTS: Journalists on the frontline

From Syria, to Mexico and Sudan, we tell the story of those who risk their lives to cover conflict.

Son of War

Freelance photojournalist Ahmed Deeb has been travelling to Syria for years.

He is one of the few journalists still actively documenting the conflict.

While his images of fighters and everyday Syrians alike travel the globe, his work is poorly paid and highly dangerous. 

The Deadliest Beat

The daily headlines in the Mexican media are often filled with stories of death and violence.

The crimes often remain unsolved but journalists at the weekly newspaper Riodece risking their lives to report the grim truth about Mexico's violent drug war.

The journalists tackle the complex politics behind the war on drugs, chasing stories that point to collusion and corruption in high places. 

Eyes of Nuba

For Ahmed Khatir, when war broke out between Sudan's government and Nuban rebels in June 2011, he watched, powerless, as Sudanese soldiers burned his family's home.

But instead of taking up arms to join the rebels he decided to join a group of citizen journalists who are determined to make the world take notice as another African conflict unfolds.