The country’s ongoing civil war is preventing treatment for those with chronic illnesses and acute injuries, reports Resham Khiani.
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The acclaimed film director talks to Frank Barat about Palestine, politics, and why he wants to keep causing trouble.
Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod capture the painful goodbyes of the survivors of the recent Lampedusa tragedy and the victims’ families.
But a wave of social unrest may derail the government’s economic agenda, says Jen Wilton.
Farm hosts tell a very different story to wind farm naysayers, says Simon Chapman.
Local villages are being evicted while the City of London and mining companies binge on fossil fuels. Alex Scrivener reports.
Why is Britain threatening to send a Nigerian girl back home to face female genital mutilation? asks Mischa Wilmers.
Noreen Sadik bears witness to the terrible decline of a loved one with Alzheimer’s.
Thousands of refugee children are breaking off their education to work long hours in unsafe, poorly paid jobs reports Sophie Cousins.
Short term targets are being pursued by senior managers leaving staff insecure and overworked, says Roger Seifert.
Hours of queuing is the lot of Palestinian workers travelling to their jobs on the other side of Israel’s separation wall, Ella David explains.