The legacy of Oslo has left Palestinians distinctly underwhelmed by the current peace talks. Ella David reports.
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Nathalie Olah reports on the alarming development of autonomous weapons.
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A date now inextricably linked with the US has another meaning entirely for those who suffered under Pinochet’s dictatorship, writes David Ransom.
Filed in: Chile
When animals are a lifeline for a billion people, helping them helps people too. Carol Davis explains.
Syrian refugees find scant refuge in Europe, reports Naomi Westland.
Rizwan Syed reports on how the mass automated calls that marketeers use to torment us are put to good use - sending messages of solidarity.
Why were nettle-wielding women and stool-throwing priests allowed to attack LGTBI activists? asks Onnik Krikorian.
As the British parliament debates the damage bats cause in churches, Dawn Starin argues that it’s time to revise the ‘creepy’ animal’s reputation – before it’s too late.
A portrait of Italy’s satirist politician by Richard Swift.
David Hill reports on the legal move to protect isolated indigenous peoples at risk of ‘extermination’ by the country’s biggest ever hydrocarbons project.
As Ethiopia joins the UN Human Rights Council, Laetitia Bader hopes its own rights abuses will be put under the international spotlight.