New Internationalist

Middle East

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One man’s attempt to unseat the Prime Minister

Stefan Simanowitz recalls the story of Reg Keys and a very special 2005 election campaign.

Filed in: Conflict England Iraq Politics

Solar comes to Shatila

Lydia James visits the Lebanese refugee camp and discovers possibilities for a lighter, brighter future.

Filed in: Energy Lebanon Refugees

Step back from a dangerous path

Pakistan can’t afford to get involved in Saudi Arabia’s assault on Yemen rebels, argues Syed Hamad Ali.

Filed in: Conflict Military Pakistan Saudi Arabia Yemen

Syria’s shameful healthcare quagmire

Tom Templeton looks at a country’s ruined health, four years after the conflict started.

Filed in: Conflict Health Syria

Islamic State and the destruction of Iraq’s historical heritage

The Islamist organization’s wanton annihilation of Iraq’s history is a shock ploy.

Filed in: Culture Iraq Religion

Breed or else! Iran’s ultimatum to women

What is Iran doing – trying to force women to have children? asks Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: China Health Iran

‘A woman can be whatever she likes’

Lydia James talks to Yemeni women who are taking a stand against their patriarchal society.

Filed in: Women Yemen

British university votes ‘Yes’ to academic boycott of Israel

Fanny Malinen looks at the implications of the School of Oriental and African Studies’ referendum result.

Filed in: Israel Palestine

Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Sophie Cousins reports on the Turkish town that ‘could be the next Kobane’.

Filed in: Human Rights Minorities Turkey Violence

‘Thinking loudly’: blogging for Yemen

Human rights advocate Afrah Nasser talks to Lydia James about revolution, censorship and the importance of Vitamin D.

Filed in: Human Rights Technology Yemen

Checkpoint mornings

Giedre Steikunaite witnesses what it takes for Palestinians to cross into Israel, day in, day out.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine Work

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