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What's Scotland got to do with the plunder of Moldova?

In this podcast, the Tax Justice Network takes a look at the ‘Wild West’ of Scottish Limited Partnerships.

Filed in: European Union

Reduced to immediate identity

Being born among this caste often means discrimination from the very moment of birth, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: India

Who is George Galloway really? Perhaps London's next Mayor?

The controversial British politician speaks with Comedian Omar Hamdi for this revealing interview.

Filed in: Middle East United Kingdom

Armed conflict, environmental protection and the Sustainable Development Goals

Unless the international community does more to protect the environment from armed conflict, many countries will fail to meet the Sustainable Development Goals, writes Doug Weir.

Filed in: Environment Pollution Sustainability Ukraine

Dangerous weaponry used on refugees with no legal status in Calais

The chemical compound contained in expired weapons may no longer be approved, write Anna Feigenbaum and Vyvian Raoul.

Filed in: European Union France Migration

Why are volunteers being treating like criminals in Greece?

Natasha Tsangarides examines what’s driving a crackdown on people supporting refugees on the island of Lesvos.

Filed in: Europe Greece Migration Refugees

Swimming against the tide

A Palestinian organization is working to prevent gender-based violence in the Occupied Territories, Michaela Whitton reports.

Filed in: Men Palestine Women

Western Sahara’s unsung fight

Clyde Macfarlane catches up with Aziza Brahim as she releases her third album, Abbar el Hamada.

Filed in: Mali Mauritania Morocco Western Sahara

At the Coalface

Ten more years of UK coal burning will be a lifetime on the ground, writes Liam Barrington-Bush.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples Mining United Kingdom

After the talks, the action

‘J16’ marks the beginning of UK wave of climate mobilization, writes Morgan Curtis.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Ebola crisis highlights urgent need for reform

While many say the epidemic is nearing its ‘end’, important questions still need to be addressed, writes Natasha Horsfield.

Filed in: Guinea Liberia Sierra Leone

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