New Internationalist

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Cambodia brings Khmer Rouge leaders to justice

Simon Crowther reports on the outcome of the trials.

Filed in: Cambodia and Human Rights

From blockade to bombs: ‘death is what we are tweeting’

Mohammed Suliman shares a harrowing timeline of five weeks under threat of Israeli airstrikes.

Filed in: Israel and Palestine

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Iraq’s displaced forced to flee militant group for a second time

Matthew Vickery and Sheren Khalel report on a desperate situation for the country’s refugees.

Filed in: Iraq, Religion, Terrorism and Violence

Why are Haitians still eating mud cakes?

Four years after the earthquake, Haiti remains a country in crisis. Brian Fitzpatrick and Michael Norby report.

Filed in: Haiti and Violence

Facts for feminists

An infographic guide of gains and work-to-do.

Filed in: Feminism and Women

PHOTO ESSAY: Football heroes, landmine survivors

David Shaw documents the Lebanese Landmine Survivors football team.

Filed in: Lebanon

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The world must wake up: Ebola outbreak is not just a West African problem

Charlene Rodrigues wonders why a nonchalant attitude prevailed for so long.

Filed in: Guinea, Health, Liberia and Sierra Leone

Ever-changing goals will ensure Israeli ‘victory’

Only direct negotiations can lead to a lasting ceasefire, says Uri Avnery.

Filed in: Israel and Palestine

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Benny Wenda: ‘West Papuans are living in a prison’

Mischa Wilmers talks to the exiled leader of the Free West Papua movement about his lifelong struggle for justice.

Filed in: Indigenous Peoples, Indonesia, Land and West Papua

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From Toy Story to Tony Benn: the world of Chris Coltrane

What makes the comedian and activist laugh, cry and despair? Jo Lateu finds out.

Filed in: Activism, Politics and Society

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