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In Venezuela's difficult times the grassroots are stronger

The time has come for rural communities to play an important role in the country, reports Tamara Pearson.

Filed in: Agriculture and Venezuela


Remembering the Idomeni refugees

In this photo gallery Neal McQueen captures both protest and everyday life in the refugee camp, before those living there were forced to move on.

Filed in: Greece, Macedonia and Refugees


Why Brazil’s art scene is fighting the impeachment

The country’s artists are in motion, reports Kimberley Brown.

Filed in: Art and Brazil


Disability stigma driving cosmetic surgery ‘treatment’

Barney Cullum looks at how tolerance trails behind technological advances for an amputee artist in Zimbabwe.

Filed in: Disability and Zimbabwe

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Brexit to hell

Farewell cosmopolitan Britain – hail mean, delusional little England. Vanessa Baird responds to the referendum result.

Filed in: European Union

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To be black in Libya

Being black is a stigma which makes life even harder in a country where chaos is the only rule, reports Karlos Zurutuza.

Filed in: Libya

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Big Bad World

This month’s cartoon from Polyp.

Filed in: Features

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Saving refugees’ lives, one top-up at a time

Lydia Noon reports on a Facebook group whose members connect displaced people to their families.

Filed in: Europe and Refugees

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Being a woman artist is awesome

Simona Bonomo reviews an international feminist art festival and the diverse yet shared experiences these women artists hold in common.

Filed in: Tunisia and Women

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Open Window: The hug

This month’s cartoon comes from guest cartoonist José Antonio Rodriguez Garcia from Mexico.

Filed in: Features

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Why did the market fail to produce an Ebola vaccine?

Mustapha Dumbaya lost 47 relatives in the outbreak. He explores why dysfunctional R&D is letting down those people who need it most.

Filed in: Africa and Sierra Leone

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