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Sex, lies and complicity in India

Rita Banerji on girl-hating sex selection, rape and the chances of a ‘true feminist revolution for India’.

Filed in: Children, India, Society and Women

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‘A two-state solution is not the key to peace’

Israeli historian and author Ilan Pappe talks to Frank Barat about propaganda, solidarity and hope for a new reality.

Filed in: Israel, Palestine and War and Peace

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Darcus Howe: ‘All I want to do is mobilize the people to stand up for their rights’

The Black Panther-turned-broadcaster and writer talks to Subi Shah about his past struggles and future dreams.

Filed in: Caribbean, England, Human Rights, Trinidad and Tobago

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Malaria battles in Sierra Leone

Bankolay Turay comments from Freetown on the tussle between traditional beliefs and pharmaceuticals in treating the epidemic.

Filed in: Health, Pharmaceuticals, Poverty and Sierra Leone

In Gaza, steadfastness is no longer enough

Ella David speaks to two Palestinians following the evacuation of 10,000 people from their homes.

Filed in: Egypt, Israel and Palestine

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Confronting the seven myths of Israel’s history

Israeli filmmaker Lia Tarachansky tells Frank Barat about the challenges and rewards of making On The Side of the Road.

Filed in: Film, Israel and Palestine

Who’s the ugliest of them all? Glencore Xstrata is a hot contender for worst corporation award

Stephanie Boyd on why she thinks the mega-miner should win Public Eye’s competition.

Campsfield: 20 years too long

One of Britain’s largest detention centres has denied the civil liberties of 30,000 people in the past two decades, writes Lydia James.

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Female Genital Mutilation behind the headlines

Samora Asere interviews AnnaMaria Lepedo Chumakan, a Samburu woman in North-central Kenya about the practice of FGM in her community.

PHOTO ESSAY: World governments’ broken sanitation pledge stinks

On World Toilet Day, 2.5 billion people still lack the most basic of human needs, reports Jameela Freitas.

Filed in: Politics, Poverty, Water and Women

‘My father is my inspiration’

The family of a murdered human rights defender in the DRC talks to Sian Griffiths about the legacy of Pascal Kabungulu.

Filed in: Activism, Congo, Democratic Republic of, Human Rights and Women

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