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We shall not be moved! Anti-coup protesters remain seated in front of a line of riot police trying to clear roads in Yangon. Partially visible is a poster urging citizens to join the Civil Disobedience Movement.PANOS PICTURES

Courage and terror in Myanmar

Lives and livelihoods have been laid down for democracy. The economy is on the brink of collapse. The world must support the people’s quest to end military rule once and for all, writes Preeti Jha.

Latest issue: July-August 2021

The world must do more

A local art group, art360, painted this mural dedicated to the fight against the virus in the settlement of Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya. GORDWIN ODHIAMBO/AFP/GETTY

Immunization expert Christopher Morgan is optimistic that the great push for Covid-19 vaccines will produce other global health benefits. He talks to Amy Hall.

Peru's presidential candidate Pedro Castillo gestures to supporters, in Tacabamba, Peru June 6, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Pedro Castillo may have won the election but his leadership is not guaranteed yet. John Crabtree looks at the challenges ahead, including a legal challenge from his rival.

Zambia’s Spiced Tilapia Stew Credit: Alexander Mychko / Alamy Stock Photo

Audrey Simango reports on the phenomena of young men taking over abandoned meals. 

Pictured in Carbis Bay – one of the UK's most deprived areas hit particularly hard by neoliberal austerity policies – US President Joe Biden greets Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the run-up to the G7 summit. Credit: Andrew Parsons. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Nick Dearden on how the G7 continues to stand in the way of a more democratic international order. 

A climate action group are pictured in Newquay, Cornwall, starting a four-day pilgrimage on foot to Carbis Bay to protest climate inaction at the G7 conference. Credit: Robert Taylor/Alamy Live News

As the international summit begins in Cornwall, Amy Hall speaks to people showing up to challenge its powerful leaders.

Backed by powerful advertising campaigns, KFC now has 22 outlets in Kenya, paving the way for other chains - Subway, Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery - that are expanding into East Africa. Credit: Brian Inganga

As Big Food spreads throughout the Global South using the tobacco playbook, Kabugi Mbae investigates the rise in obesity – and non-communicable diseases – in Kenya. 

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