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How a London arms fair shields the war on Yemen
As the world’s largest arms fair takes place in London, Lydia Noon talks to Yemeni artist Ahmed Jahaf about living under a Saudi-led military siege.
Forgotten people from a forgotten war
Ukraine’s internally displaced people are paying the price for a proxy conflict stoked by Russia.
reports from Mariupol, the Ukrainian town bordering Donetsk.
Meet the volunteers breaking Ukraine's trauma taboo
tell the story of Ukranians providing much-needed psychological support in war-torn areas.
Forget boundaries; what we need are bridges
We need to stop scapegoating refugees and start treating them like human beings, argues
The rise of Jihadism in Syria
says the growing influence of home-grown and foreign fundamentalists makes a negotiated settlement even more urgent.
A voice for the voiceless in DRC
In her third and final instalment from the Congo, Erin Byrnes talks to journalists championing untold stories, despite working in a conflict zone.
US drones invade Iraqi skies
When is a US troop pullout not a pullout? asks
Indigenous Colombians demand an end to violence
Caught in the middle of an ongoing conflict between the government and the rebel FARC, community leaders denounce the war and call for immediate demilitarization. William Lloyd George reports.
South Sudan: 'we are not totally free yet'
A senior civil servant in the administration of the world's newest country talks about the challenges his country faces and the determination of its people to make things right.
I was a child soldier for Uganda's President
Thirty years since the recently re-elected Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni abducted him as a child soldier, Kassim Kiggundu tells his story of suffering, exploitation and betrayal.
Why Pakistan's Taliban win as they lose
Pakistan's army offensive has wrongfooted the Taliban. But the larger war of ideas has yet to be won. *Pervez Hoodbhoy* explains.
'Thou Shalt Not Kill' or 'Shalt Thou'?
As far as I know, the Ten Commandments have no sub-clauses.
25 contradictions about that day in New York by *David Ray Griffin*
A short history of TAXATION
A history of the eternal fate of taxation: to be the abused or abusive means towards noble or ignoble ends, never quite able to escape its association with extortion and war.