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For the sake of the tiger

Prioritizing animal conservation over human life is having repercussions for locals in the Sundarbans. An illustrated report by Harriet Paintin and Sachin Gupta.

Filed in: Bangladesh

Oxford University to throw 21 homeless people on to the streets

One of the richest universities in the world, Oxford University, is using a quick, brutal legal tool to evict homeless people. Vanessa Baird reports.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Erasing women in Mexico

Women are jailed for miscarriages, yet male spouses who’ve murdered walk free. Tamara Pearson reports.

Filed in: Mexico Women

Swazi activist tortured and left sentenced to 15 years under repressive terror laws

Where is the support for Zonke Dlamini, asks his co-accused, Bheki Dlamini, who was released without charge. By Peter Kenworthy.

Filed in: Swaziland

Pacific Coalition for West Papua addresses UN Human Rights Council

Pressure mounts on Indonesia as pacific nations bring grave abuses in West Papua to UN and support calls for self-determination. Kate Gething-Lewis and Andrew Butler report.

Filed in: West Papua

Is PM Theresa May really as economically illiterate as her immigration based stance on Brexit suggests?

The Prime Minister’s pronouncements just don’t add up, argues Paul Donovan.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Obama's legacy falls short on organizing

Technocratic liberals treat movement groups as another ‘special interest’ rather than a central pillar of their ability to govern, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: United States

Water fights in a time of scarcity: the Bolivian Carnaval

Playing with water is controversial in a place with a history of water struggles like Cochabamba, writes Amy Booth.

Filed in: Bolivia

A pretence of progress

Jeremy Seabrook considers the past, present and future implications of a growing inequality.

Filed in: United Kingdom

The ambassador of joy

Tatiana Vivienne reaches out to women in the violence-torn Central African Republic. She talks to Louisa Waugh.

Filed in: Central African Republic

Worldbeaters: Michel Temer

Brazil’s oldest president – and architect of his predecessor’s downfall – is put under the spotlight.

Filed in: Brazil

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