Laura Stacey considers the worrying rise in police violence.
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The case of 17-year-old Danish reveals corrupt and brutal law enforcement, says Uzma Falak.
Why were nettle-wielding women and stool-throwing priests allowed to attack LGTBI activists? asks Onnik Krikorian.
Stefan Simanowitz reports from Baalbek and Tripoli on fears that life for locals and refugees will become less secure.
Henry Owino explores the government’s plans to forcibly remove Somalis, despite international criticism.
Virgil Hawkins compares media coverage of two bombings and argues that some victims are considered more ‘newsworthy’ than others.
While rankings have improved, Iris Gonzales describes a culture of impunity which fails to get justice for murdered media workers.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on the devastating deaths of innocent people in terror attacks and unjust wars.
A violent mugging in Montevideo brings New Internationalist editor Vanessa Baird face to face with the greater crime of health inequality.
Phoebe Matsika and Sidi Sarro live in Kenya. One is leaving the country over safety fears, but the other is staying. Here’s why.
Henry Owino reports on a three-day long ceremony of repentance for the 2007-08 post-election violence, attended by six presidential candidates.