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‘Nothing has changed in Egypt’

A special report from Tahrir Square on the violence of the last few days, and how Egypt has been let down by its new leaders…

  • Wed Nov 23 07:36:00 2011
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Palestinian newborns are dying at checkpoints

Israeli soldiers blocking women in labour from reaching medical care have caused deaths of at least 35 newborns and five mothers, says a new Lancet report.…

  • Wed Jul 13 12:21:00 2011
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Interview with John Pilger

Why do so many journalists beat the drums of war and peddle propaganda?…

  • Wed Dec 1 08:22:00 2010
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Silence can speak a thousand words

Saharawis protest on the streets of Western Sahara…

  • Mon Oct 4 09:29:00 2010
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Journalist murdered in Buenos Aires villa miseria

The brutal murder of Adams Ledesma, founder of a community TV channel in a slum in Buenos Aires, begs the question: is this crime connected to his work as a journalist? The police say no, but the neighbours have no doubts.…

  • Tue Sep 28 10:55:00 2010
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Curfewed in the vale

In Kashmir, civilians are being pushed to the brink of disaster amidst protests, curfews and killings…

  • Thu Aug 12 04:47:00 2010
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Blind violence

Blind violence…

  • Thu Jul 1 13:01:00 2010
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All rise for Desmond

A message of hope from a remarkable man: Archbishop Desmond Tutu was in town this week.…

  • Wed May 12 07:38:53 2010
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The witness

Human rights activist Ewa Jasiewicz reflects on her time in Gaza, where she saw – and reported on – unimaginable horrors and incredible heroism.…

  • Wed Jan 27 04:56:00 2010
  • Rank: 100

The longest day

Hunger-striking human rights activist arrives home in Western Sahara…

  • Mon Dec 21 04:56:00 2009
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