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Mexico

‘You took them alive, we want them alive!’

In Mexico, the disappearance of 42 students has mobilized an entire country against a failing government. Andalusia Knoll reports.

Development

The unwelcome return of development pornography

John Hilary on a degrading spectacle that keeps coming back.

Evicted by charity

The green imperialism of some conservation charities, by Sophie Pritchard.

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.

A word with Okwiri Oduor

Kenyan author Okwiri Oduor talks to Chris Brazier about winning this year’s Caine Prize for African Writing.

Environment

The psychology of climate change

Mischa Wilmers explores the reasons behind climate change-skeptics, and how we can counter their influence.

Climate change greenwashing

Peru’s climate change talks open to allegations of hypocrisy and deception, Stephanie Boyd reports.

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

Making Waves: Catherine Hamlin

Sofi Lundin meets Catherine Hamlin, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and doctor extraordinaire.

Evergreening and how Big Pharma keeps drug prices high

Drug companies keep a tight leash on patenting, depriving tax-payers of millions each year. Deborah Gleeson and Hazel Moir explore the issue.

Politics

The unwelcome return of development pornography

John Hilary on a degrading spectacle that keeps coming back.

Is the International Criminal Court racist?

David Hoile and Angela Mudukuti go head to head.

Regions

Climate change greenwashing

Peru’s climate change talks open to allegations of hypocrisy and deception, Stephanie Boyd reports.

A third intifada in the making?

From tit-for-tat attacks to home evictions, the situation in East Jerusalem bodes ill, warns Noreen Sadik.

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

The unwelcome return of development pornography

John Hilary on a degrading spectacle that keeps coming back.

Evicted by charity

The green imperialism of some conservation charities, by Sophie Pritchard.

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

Is the International Criminal Court racist?

David Hoile and Angela Mudukuti go head to head.

A false Messiah: Turkey’s negative role in the Middle East

Accused of aiding IS and still oppressing its Kurdish population… Turkey’s reputation is in tatters, argues Naila Bozo.

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