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    A shot at statehood

    Lorraine Mallinder gets inside the proto-petrostate of Iraqi Kurdistan.
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    Dreaming of Sur

    Five years after bombarding the historic neighbourhood of Sur, the Turkish state still wants to keep Kurdish residents out. But it cannot stop people dreaming, hoping, resisting.
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    Ways of belonging

    Having travelled to the land of her birth as the coronavirus pandemic began to gather pace, Yewande Omotoso feels the tug of home. 
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    Criminalizing hunger

    In Chile, state security forces are increasingly detaining, beating and harassing the volunteers of community-led soup kitchens. Carole Concha Bell speaks to the organizers resisting this intimidation.
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    Abandoning the rural poor

    The deadly neglect of India’s rural communities must end, writes Nilanjana Bhowmick.
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    Shoot first

    Iran’s Kurds are suffering in silence. But for how much longer?
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    Turkey ramps up war on Kurds in Northern Iraq 

    Turkish airstrikes in Northern Iraq are nothing new, but the recent co-ordinated air and ground assault is unprecedented, writes John Lubbuck.
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    Mandela of the Middle East?

    How did a once hardcore Marxist-Leninist and nationalist guerrilla leader come to develop a politics of participatory democracy, feminism and ecology? Vanessa Baird traces Abdullah Öcalan’s journey.
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    It’s time for sanctions

    Israel can’t be allowed to continue its colonization of Palestinian lands, writes Ben Jamal of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign.
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    First Ebola, then Covid-19

    Four years ago, New Internationalist travelled to West Africa to hear the stories of communities in recovery from the deadly Ebola epidemic. Hazel Healy gets back in touch.
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    First class patients

    In Brazil, the rich, who infected the poor, are now buying ICU flights for themselves.
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    Unbowed

    Turkey is bent on extinguishing a beacon of women’s liberation in northern Syria. But the women of Rojava are not giving up, writes Dilar Dirik.
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    Betrayed again

    Under the cover of Covid-19, Turkey is hammering the Kurds. Again. Should the world care? Vanessa Baird offers several good reasons why it should.
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    The UK is taking aid back to its colonial roots

    The government’s decision to scrap the Department for International Development will set back efforts to fix global inequalities by decades, writes Martin Drewry of Health Poverty Action.
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    Iranian child rights activists seek asylum abroad

    Veronique Mistiaen speaks to an Iranian human rights activist currently in hiding.
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    Two Demons: Covid-19 and abuse

    Stephanie Boyd on the making of a groundbreaking indigenous film about the pandemic in Peru’s Amazon.
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    Fed up with the fumes

    Dirty air in Nigeria takes a huge toll on lives and livelihoods. But civil society is not short of ideas for change, as Michael Simire finds out.
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    The two Yewandes of Jo’burg

    Yewande Omotoso’s namesake leads her down some unusual pathways.
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    Unfit for habitation

    India’s air pollution crisis affects millions, and not just in Delhi. Aruna Chandrasekhar meets people forced to live, and resist, at Mumbai’s toxic perimeter.
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    Spotlight: Maaza Mengiste

    Maaza Mengiste talks to Subi Shah about the women who fought Mussolini in Ethiopia. 
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    Why won’t croatia face its past?

    The country’s political class is letting fascists off the hook and allowing history to be distorted. Jelena Prtorić asks: Whose purposes does this serve?
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    Hall of infamy: Amit Shah

    Is Amit Shah, the scandal-ridden Indian home minister, too cunning for his own good?
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    For a different hebron

    In Palestine, Futura D’Aprile meets the peaceful change-makers who want to create hope for their divided city’s future.
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    ‘Drums have the power to make people listen’

    Lazinho and Lucas di Fiori of Brazil's famous Banda Olodum talk to Alessio Perrone about 40 years of drumming up change.
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    The fight to free Nigeria’s prisoners

    Two-thirds of the country’s inmates haven’t even been on trial yet. Nosmot Gbadamosi speaks to an all-woman law firm fighting for their rights.
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    Greece: breaking point

    As the EU continues to praise Greece as its ‘shield’ against migration, Zoe Holman reports on how refugees are coping in the overcrowded Moria camp.
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    Water as a weapon of war

    Turkey is restricting access to a vital life source for thousands of people in northeast Syria. A new crowdfunder is raising money for water infrastructure in the region, writes Jo Taylor from the campaign.
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    Can the world handle another Rohingya crisis?

    India is looking at the world’s largest statelessness crisis. Nilanjana Bhowmick asks, have we learned nothing from the ongoing dispossession of Rohingya Muslims?
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    The way out of Argentina’s debt crisis

    Since the early 2000s, Argentina has been forced into a cycle of debt and austerity. Nick Dearden presents solutions to this coercive, financialized system.  ​
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    Black women in the vanguard

    In Brazil, misogynoir – misogyny directed at black women – has been used to fire up President Jair Bolsonaro’s machismo base, and divert the population’s attention away from his failings. Leonardo Sakomoto writes.
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    Who are you calling ‘international community’?

    When did the ‘international community’ become a synonym for the West, asks Nanjala Nyabola?
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    Argentina’s big squeeze

    Why is hunger growing in a country known as an agricultural powerhouse? Amy Booth reports from Buenos Aires.
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    View from Brazil

    Leonardo Sakamoto on the war against indigenous people.
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    Can cash hand-outs cure poverty?

    Vanessa Martina Silva considers the track record of Brazil’s flagship Bolsa Família, the world’s largest conditional cash transfer scheme.
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    Race and the city

    Yewande Omotoso reflects on why no-nonsense Johannesburg is the place that suits her best.
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    Saving rivers, saving lives

    An epic struggle has been playing out between islanders defending their land, rivers and livelihoods and the Malaysian government’s vision of ‘development’.