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In the long crossing to Hungary refugee families get stuck in transition

A growing wait list means that many are living between borders and barbed-wire fences. Alice Wyss and Todor Gardos report.

Filed in: European Union, Hungary and Serbia and Montenegro


A People’s History of Woodcraft Folk

A new book by Phineas Harper records the history, values and evolution of this unique organization. Jeremy Corbyn MP introduces the book, with excerpt by Saskia Neibig.

Filed in: Children, Germany and United Kingdom

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'I will never give up my land'

Roxana Olivera talks to Goldman Environment Prize winner Máxima Acuña.

Filed in: Environment, Indigenous Peoples, Land and Peru

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Malaysia’s slide from pseudo-democracy toward authoritarianism

The story is a complex web of deceit, connecting the ruling elite, royalty, investment banks and offshore tax havens. Nithin Coca reports.

Filed in: Human Rights, Malaysia and Politics

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Franco's ghosts

The dictator’s victims are still waiting to see their torturers on trial – and time is running out. By Mira Galanova.

Filed in: Human Rights, Politics and Spain

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Beating the digital titans

You can take action at a practical and technological level – and a political one.

Filed in: Technology

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Police executions push Kenya to dark days

The killings are causing outrage, panic and shock among citizens. Henry Owino reports.

Filed in: Kenya

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Helping in two clicks: how digital technology is making INGOs irrelevant

Why bother with aid agencies? To ‘do good’ all you need is a phone and Google Maps. Amy Hall takes a closer look at the rising trend in ‘direct giving’.

Filed in: Features

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Culture of the heart: from China to the West

A great-grandfather’s autobiographical account reveals a window into the past and present, writes Peter Kenworthy.

Filed in: China and Culture

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‘Politics is the battle of remembering over forgetting’

Comedian and activist Mark Thomas talks socialist sheds, working-class stories and the importance of sticking together.

Filed in: England, Society, Trade Unions and Work


Can search engine rankings swing elections?

Research psychologist Robert Epstein on how the new technologies invisibly shape public opinion – and what we must do about it.

Filed in: Society and Technology

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