The daily reality of life in Gaza creates unseen psychological scars, writes psychiatrist Samah Jabr.
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From tit-for-tat attacks to home evictions, the situation in East Jerusalem bodes ill, warns Noreen Sadik.
Accused of aiding IS and still oppressing its Kurdish population… Turkey’s reputation is in tatters, argues Naila Bozo.
Drug companies keep a tight leash on patenting, depriving tax-payers of millions each year. Deborah Gleeson and Hazel Moir explore the issue.
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A new documentary on the Arab Spring, We Are The Giant, delves into the lives of three activists from Libya, Bahrain and Syria. Cristiana Moisescu explores its story.
Why did an oil company go to such lengths to monitor Jess Worth’s activism? Perhaps we are more powerful than we think.
Twenty years after the execution of their leader, the Ogoni people are rebelling once more. Patrick Naagbanton reports from the frontline.
What mainstream commentators get wrong about the historic uprisings of 1989, and what civil resistance gets right. Mark Engler and Paul Engler explore the issue.
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Andrew Noakes analyses the movement’s origins and looks at possible solutions for Nigeria.
Indigenous landowners are taking their government to court over alleged irregularities in a logging company deal. Kayt Davies investigates.
Giannis Papanikos documents the refugee situation at the border between Turkey and Syria.