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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

Burundi: time is running out

Diplomacy has failed, and the international media has turned its back. But the crisis is continuing, writes Philip Kleinfeld.

Filed in: Burundi

Little insects, big impact

By introducing bee hives to their fields, Indian farmers are improving productivity – and lives.

Filed in: India

Mexico’s Gasolinazo Ignites Public Rage

Mexicans protest gas deregulation, an economic measure many think will exacerbate an already precarious situation. Ryan Mallett-Outtrim reports.

Filed in: Mexico

Britain starts 2017 handing billions of aid money to private sector

A new bill approved by Parliament will assigns aid money to a corporation with a questionable track record, writes Aisha Dodwell.

Filed in: United Kingdom

When cash turns to ash: a look at India’s demonetization drive

Some 50 days into India’s efforts to funnel out black money, something seems not to have gone to plan, writes Nilanjana Bhomwick.

Filed in: India

Annus Horribilis

Looking for hope in dreadful circumstances, Mari Marcel Thekaekara refuses to let last year drag her down.

Filed in: India

Helping Syrian child refugees overcome trauma through theatre

In exile for her dislike of the Assad regime, Syrian actor Raghad Makhlouf decided to help distressed young refugees with acting workshops. By Jameela Freitas.

Filed in: Syria

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