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Bank bag with money

Action on banks - what you can do

How to get involved… and some inspiration from Spain.

Filed in: Activism, Economics, Finance and Spain

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Is Africa’s ‘resource nationalism’ just big business as usual?

John Childs argues that the rhetoric is just a cover for a bias towards the interests of neo-liberal, foreign investment.

Filed in: Africa, Congo, Democratic Republic of and Oil

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The president must go!

Guatemalans are demanding that their corrupted leaders be removed, reports Sandra Cuffe.

Filed in: Guatemala and Politics

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Getting away with murder

Susan George tells a story that’s beyond belief.

Filed in: Debt, Economics and Politics

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Banks - the facts

The megabanks and the mega-bonuses… facts and figures you should know.

Filed in: Finance

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‘The tyrant can’t destroy the art’

International artists call for Putin to release Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov. Cristiana Moisescu reports.

Filed in: Human Rights, Russia and Ukraine

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Palestine’s heartbroken homes

Noreen Sadik reports on Israel’s systematic demolition of Arab homes.

Filed in: Israel and Palestine

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Brazil’s ‘machismo’: a licence for abuse

Melanie Hargreaves looks at the impact of one ‘safe house’ providing haven in a sea of domestic violence.

Filed in: Brazil and Women

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Greece’s turn to draw the line

The country’s neo-Nazi party is to be put on trial this week. Niki Seth-Smith analyses the implications.

Filed in: Greece and Politics

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Afghanistan’s women rangers

Gelareh Darabi reports on the country’s first female park rangers in a new Al Jazeera documentary.

Filed in: Afghanistan and Women

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21st-century coffin ships

As we consider the plight of today’s asylum-seekers, the fate of Irish refugees two centuries ago is instructive, writes Jeremy Seabrook.

Filed in: Europe, Ireland, Poverty and Refugees

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