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Alessio Perrone meets the activists fighting to shine light on human rights abuses during Egypt’s dark days.
4 minute read
Rahila Gupta reports on this week’s pro and anti-Modi protests in London.
7 minute read
Dan Smith argues strengthening international law would do far more good than ad hoc missile strikes.
11 minute read
A global social movement is rising. It is open, participatory and public, writes Jamie Kelsey-Fry.
5 minute read
Social media is usurping the role of the state argues Jillian York.
The colonial practice of exporting homophobia and contemporary anti-migrant policies should give pause to Britain’s triumphalist rhetoric, argues Sean O’Neill.
Has Putin exported ‘managed democracy’ to Hungary? Madeline Roache examines Orbán’s regime.
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Ahead of the results of a ballot over university pensions, students across the UK ask staff to stand firm.
3 minute read
Aid-by-drone, what’s not to like? Plenty, as Nick Dowson explains.
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The French government has abandoned plans to build a controversial airport – but is still evicting the ZAD protesters. Claire Fauset writes.
For those in government-held cities, only fragments of normality remain. Sally Hayden writes.
How humanity may have triggered Ebola outbreaks. By Katie McQue.
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