Stair-climbing wheelchairs and electric tuk-tuks are among local engineers’ answers to the many challenges facing their communities. Laurence Ivil reports.
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Darren Loucaides reports on Italy’s referendum on constitutional reform and its consequences for the country, Europe and populism.
Filed in: Italy
Kurds find themselves in the eye of a fast paced and changing storm in the Middle East. Karlos Zurutuza interviews Riza Altun.
In the Women’s African Football Cup of Nations female players are seeking empowerment through sport. Report by Chris Matthews.
Filed in: Cameroon
A year ago today, human rights lawyer and founder of Amnesty International Turkey, Tahir Elçi, was gunned down, Türkan Elçi, his wife, reflects on what happened that day.
If their economic benefits are so underwhelming, why do countries jump at the chance to organize the Olympics? Niko Kommenda investigates.
Filed in: Brazil
Rana Taloo, a Syrian humanitarian aid worker on the Turkish-Syrian border, tells her story.
Filed in: Turkey
A recent report found that 2015 was the deadliest year on record for environmental activists, raising concerns for those who continue to fight on the frontline, writes Liam Turner.
The Second Euromediterranean Workers’ Economy summit in Greece highlighted the rift in the global workers’ movement. Liam Barrington-Bush reports.
It hasn’t rained since May in Paraguay’s General Diaz area, and wildlife is struggling to survive as rivers dry up.
Filed in: Paraguay
The country’s President Juan Manuel Santos has cancelled peace talks with the National Liberation Army over a hostage dispute. Kimberley Brown reports.