The musician, activist and former child soldier gives a sombre assessment of life in South Sudan two years after independence.
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‘If you are questioning why we need be so unequal, you are part of the solution’, explains Danny Dorling.
Why is the Colombian Air Force poisoning food crops? Johanna Rogers reports.
The self-described ‘radically reasonable’ comedian tells Jo Lateu why.
As he gears up for the Edinburgh Fringe, the political comedian spills a few beans to Jo Lateu.
Residents from the closed Choucha refugee camp are fighting for resettlement, not ‘local integration’.
Opposition leader Negasso Gidada talks to Edward McKenna about his hopes for his country’s nascent pro-democracy movement.
If the Prawer Plan is approved in parliament this month, up to 70,000 could be removed from their ancestral homes, reports Noreen Sadik.
As the creditors get fatter, the innocent are punished. Susan George laments a leadership subservient to big business.
From battles with French Connection to banishing Bashar al-Assad, the comedian spills the beans to Jo Lateu.
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