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Defying Ethiopia’s digital crackdown

The government is trying to ‘shut down’ the internet, but some of Addis Ababa’s young techies are one step ahead. Barney Cullum meets them.

Filed in: Ethiopia

A bee-friendly path to a healthier future

In Italy, organic farmers are helping to keep pollinators – and crops – flourishing.

Filed in: Agriculture Food Italy

Homeless in a city of empty properties

News of squatters in a Russian oligarch’s London house gives Mari Marcel Thekaekara pause for thought.

Filed in: Cities England Housing Society

Let’s stop pussyfooting. Trump’s presidency = fascism

Are we too scared to use the f-word? asks Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: Politics United States

The true cost of shrimp

Global trade of this luxury commodity ignores the true human and environmental impact, writes Brototi Roy.

Filed in: Fishing Food India

What is behind Brazil’s prison crisis?

Overcrowding and violence between warring drug gangs have led to the deaths of over 130 prisoners this year, reports Ciara Long.

Filed in: Brazil

Will Breitbart's 'alt-right' news work in Germany?

The website has a huge following in the US, but anti hate speech laws may hinder its German success, explains Gouri Sharma.

Filed in: Germany Media

Transgender people in Pakistan: a first and last birthday party

Inside a transgender ‘birthday’ party in Pakistan, a rare chance for the community to celebrate a friend’s life.

Filed in: Pakistan

Israel: Calls to stop demolitions intensify after teacher's death

Is Benjamin Netanyahu using the destruction of Arab homes and villages as a distraction from corruption claims? Noreen Sadik reports.

Filed in: Israel Palestine

Don’t praise Trump for the defeat of TPP

It is good that the toxic Trans Pacific Partnership is dead, but it is unions and campaigners we should thank, argues Nick Dearden.

Filed in: Europe Politics Trade United States

Can Lonmin wash its hands of Marikana’s blood?

Bishop Johannes Seoka takes the mining company to task, nearly five years after the massacre.

Filed in: South Africa

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