Alison Homewood meets the inspirational nonagenarian June Haimoff.
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Giedre Steikunaite watches the city prepare for the most important day on the Christian calendar.
Michaela Whitton considers unlawful surveillance and the crushing of dissent.
Despite the onset of winter, refugees are still arriving in Europe from war-torn Syria. Amy Merone meets some of them.
The oil producing giant blocked efforts in Paris to limit global warming to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels, Kyla Mandel and Brendan Montague report.
The UK is guilty of war crimes for selling arms to Saudi Arabia which have been deployed in Yemen, says Felicity Arbuthnot.
Syrian refugees with disabilities are often unable to get the care they need. Tabitha Ross visits a Lebanese organization making a difference.
British politicians will decide this week whether to extend airstrikes against Islamic State into Syria. Vanessa Baird on why they should vote ‘no’.
Paul Rogers looks at lessons not learnt and the dangers of expanding the war against IS.
To tackle Islamic State’s terrorism we must stand in solidarity with its mainly Muslim victims, argues Vanessa Baird.
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