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Twitterview: Saudi Arabia and the West

NI editor Vanessa Baird responds to questions on Twitter about her latest magazine ‘Blood brothers’.

Filed in: Saudi Arabia

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A new beginning for economic transformation in Africa?

Chris Matthews hears arguments for African-led growth at a forum in Rwanda.

Filed in: Africa and Rwanda


In the cruellest way, Israeli settlements affect all Palestinians

The occupation system made the Dawabshe family victims, writes Noreen Sadik.

Filed in: Israel and Palestine

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Greece, Austerity, Brexit: What might a Plan B for Europe look like?

Claire Fauset was in Spain to hear leftwing politicians and social movements strike a claim for a new Europe.

Filed in: England, Europe, European Union, Greece, Spain and United Kingdom


Photo gallery: Perilous hope for refugees heading to Greece

As Europe turns its back on refugees, Neal McQueen turns his camera on them, and those who are helping.

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Photo Gallery: Forced displacement in Calais Jungle

‘We’re already dead,’ says one refugee. Lydia Noon documents the eviction.

Filed in: France and Migration

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Mostafa's story

One man’s inspiring but disturbing journey to become a rickshaw rider in Bangladesh. Photos by Ana Norman Bermudez.

Filed in: Bangladesh, Disability, Photography and Work

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‘I’m talking about disruption’

Rapper and poet Saul Williams talks to Chris Garrard about politics, prisoners and the power of imprecision.

Filed in: Music, Politics and Race


What happened to the 'other' Libyans?

Five years after the war that toppled Muammar Gaddafi, Libya’s Amazigh struggle to reshuffle. Karlos Zurutuza reports.

Filed in: Libya


Vietnam’s autumn

Capitalism and profiteering are allowed but democracy and freedom are noticeably absent, writes David Hutt.

Filed in: Vietnam


Five years after Bahrain’s revolution, five new ways to protest

Human rights defenders in the country continue to shine a light on the regime’s abuses, writes Erin Kilbride.

Filed in: Bahrain and Human Rights

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