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PHOTO ESSAY: Hong Kong’s democratic dreamers

Priyanka Boghani explores a new side of the city she grew up in, as its streets fill with protesters.

Filed in: Hong Kong

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Syria’s gardens of death

Lebanese artist Tania el-Khoury speaks to Cristiana Moisescu about her newest project, an art installation at the Birmingham Fierce Festival.

Filed in: Art, Conflict and Syria

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What happens when ISIS comes home

Dr Akil Awan looks into the possible outcomes in store for returning Jihadists. Is de-radicalization possible?

Filed in: Middle East, Syria and Terrorism

Through the lens: a dreamlike-Egypt

Cristiana Moisescu talks to Laura el-Tantawy about the trials of being a female photojournalist in Cairo, and the responsibility that comes with it.

Filed in: Egypt

PHOTO ESSAY: Cuba is changing

Vanessa Baird captures a country in cautious transition.

Filed in: Cuba

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‘Ceasefire? Gaza has been taken back 1,000 years’

Salah Haj Yehia works in Palestine’s ground zero. He talks to Noreen Sadik about the on-going human cost of Israel’s pounding.

Filed in: Palestine

Sharing water is key to peace in the Middle East

Samantha North highlights the vital role played by water in current conflicts.

Filed in: Dams, Iraq and Water

Surviving the ups and downs of social movements

Can theories of movement cycles equip activists to persevere over the long haul? Mark Engler and Paul Engler try to find out.

Filed in: Social Change

PHOTO ESSAY: Looking for Palestine

David Brunetti poignantly explores life in a country riddled with death.

Filed in: Palestine

From prying plumbers to snooping social workers

The Prevent anti-terrorism programme is alienating the Muslim community, writes Ylenia Gostoli.

Filed in: Terrorism and United Kingdom

‘In Cuba, my books fall apart and vanish’

Top novelist Leonardo Padura talks with Vanessa Baird on why his books disappear in Cuba, and his hopes and fears for the country’s future.

Filed in: Cuba, Culture, Fiction and Politics

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