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The story of Ebola from those who lived through it

The world’s media obsessed over Ebola at its peak. But what happened next? Paul Myles introduces the Sierra Leonean citizen reporters who stayed with the story.

Filed in: Health Sierra Leone Sport

Colombia's farewell to arms

Leonardo Goi welcomes the end to a 52-year conflict between FARC rebels and the state.

Filed in: Colombia Peace

So the verdict is out, it's Brexit after all

What did the European referendum look like to a visitor travelling through? Mari Marcel Thekaekara from Nilgiri hills, in the southeast Indian state of Tamil Nadu, offers her perspective.

Filed in: European Union

Brexit to hell

Farewell cosmopolitan Britain – hail mean, delusional little England. Vanessa Baird responds to the referendum result.

Filed in: European Union

To be black in Libya

Being black is a stigma which makes life even harder in a country where chaos is the only rule, reports Karlos Zurutuza.

Filed in: Libya

Philippines’ Duterte threatens assassination of journalists

Human rights and journalism organizations have responded but the incoming president is dismissive of their concerns, reports Iris C. Gonzales.

Filed in: Philippines

Saving refugees’ lives, one top-up at a time

Lydia Noon reports on a Facebook group whose members connect displaced people to their families.

Filed in: Europe Refugees

EU referendum – fear is the right thing to feel

As voters gear up to decide this week whether Britain should stay in or leave the European Union, Vanessa Baird makes a case for fear – and political realism.

Filed in: England United Kingdom

Being a woman artist is awesome

Simona Bonomo reviews an international feminist art festival and the diverse yet shared experiences these women artists hold in common.

Filed in: Tunisia Women

Literary London, then and now, through Indian eyes

Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on England’s capital city and how its people, food and cultures have ebbed and flowed over the years.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Why did the market fail to produce an Ebola vaccine?

Mustapha Dumbaya lost 47 relatives in the outbreak. He explores why dysfunctional R&D is letting down those people who need it most.

Filed in: Africa Sierra Leone

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