Money has turned the beautiful game ugly, says Alan Hughes.
Patience Akumu considers what impact preaching hate has had on the country’s citizens and politicians.
Two years ago today, the UK supported a brutal crackdown against Bahraini citizens. Andrew Smith writes.
Alan Hughes has fond memories of meeting a politician devoted to helping others.
Noreen Sadik reports on the growing use of force by the Israeli military against people living under occupation.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara talks to the intrepid cyclists who took part in Go MAD.
As a new immigration centre opens in Dorset, Horatio Morpurgo asks why refugees are treated so badly.
The Foreign Office’s failure to act has torn a family apart. Tam Hussein investigates a British man’s ongoing struggle to bring his two children out of Syria.
Migrant workers are still being violently abused in the Thai fishing industry, reports Steve Trent.
Peter Robertson offers a more sanguine interpretation of the recently announced 12 per cent rise in China’s military budget.
On the eve of International Women’s Day, Tiziana Oliva reports on the issues affecting one in five women around the world.