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Fighting Ebola on the frontline

Dr Oliver Johnson tells Gabriella Jóźwiak about the current crisis and the long-term prognosis for Sierra Leone’s health system.

Why is Britain using a suspect charity to deliver aid to Syria?

How British money could be helping the Assad regime. Tam Hussein reports.

Culture

Syria’s gardens of death

Lebanese artist Tania el-Khoury speaks to Cristiana Moisescu about her newest project, an art installation at the Birmingham Fierce Festival.

‘In Cuba, my books fall apart and vanish’

Top novelist Leonardo Padura talks with Vanessa Baird on why his books disappear in Cuba, and his hopes and fears for the country’s future.

Environment

Ending the oil age

Change is coming. Jess Worth examines whether growing pressure for divestment and disruption can knock Big Oil off its perch.

Sharing water is key to peace in the Middle East

Samantha North highlights the vital role played by water in current conflicts.

Food

PHOTO ESSAY: Mali’s road to recovery

During war, markets help people survive. Irina Mosel captures life in the vibrant markets of Mali.

Fill bellies, not bins

Lydia James uncovers some novel ways to divert food from landfill.

Health

‘Lost generation’ threat of Ebola

The impact on children of the deadly virus will outlast the immediate crisis, writes Gabriella Jozwiak.

Fighting Ebola on the frontline

Dr Oliver Johnson tells Gabriella Jóźwiak about the current crisis and the long-term prognosis for Sierra Leone’s health system.

Politics

Ending the oil age

Change is coming. Jess Worth examines whether growing pressure for divestment and disruption can knock Big Oil off its perch.

Eight Facts About American Inequality

Pierce Nahigyan points out some hard facts on the country’s economy.

Regions

Eight Facts About American Inequality

Pierce Nahigyan points out some hard facts on the country’s economy.

‘Lost generation’ threat of Ebola

The impact on children of the deadly virus will outlast the immediate crisis, writes Gabriella Jozwiak.

Science

Thailand’s youth asked to cyber-spy for the state

Not satisfied with its crackdown on internet freedom, the junta has new plans to increase its control, reveals David Nathan.

And finally: Uri Fruchtmann

The filmmaker and director tells Jo Lateu why he supports activists who expose wrongdoing through video.

Society

Eight Facts About American Inequality

Pierce Nahigyan points out some hard facts on the country’s economy.

‘Lost generation’ threat of Ebola

The impact on children of the deadly virus will outlast the immediate crisis, writes Gabriella Jozwiak.

Spirituality

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.

Should halal and kosher methods of slaughter be banned?

Viva! campaigner Tony Wardle and social commentator Mohammed Ansar go head to head.

War and Peace

PHOTO ESSAY: Mali’s road to recovery

During war, markets help people survive. Irina Mosel captures life in the vibrant markets of Mali.

Bombing in the Middle East again: three easy questions

Dan Smith provides some thought-provoking answers.

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