Palestinian journalist Jamileh Tawfiq speaks to Hamza Ali Shah about working under Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.
Riot police using flashballs and rubber bullets in France have caused severe harm. Now, a movement is growing to disarm them. Oliver Haynes reports.
Aboriginal people are using a new app to record and report police brutality. Will it help break Australia’s culture of impunity? Ian Lloyd Neubauer reports.
The powerful shackdweller’s social movement is mobilizing against assassinations in South Africa. Richard Pithouse reports.
Communities that were decimated by Germany’s forgotten genocide are now demanding justice. Gouri Sharma reports.
Carmen Herrera traces the history of the FSLN, from socialist liberators to the increasingly brutal rule of Daniel Ortega.
Violence against women is being used as a weapon of communal hatred, suggesting India should enact the Communal Violence bill, Nilanjana Bhowmick argues.
Kate Smurthwaite stands in defence of this battered word.
The writer and activist discusses domestic abuse, social media and politics in India with Graeme Green.
The country’s President Juan Manuel Santos has cancelled peace talks with the National Liberation Army over a hostage dispute. Kimberley Brown reports.
Noreen Sadik reports on the aftermath of a very public shooting in the divided city of al-Khalil.
The final part of Hussam’s story, set at the intersection of European immigration policy and the Syrian war. By Emily Gowdey-Backus.
Four years after the earthquake, Haiti remains a country in crisis. Brian Fitzpatrick and Michael Norby report.
US soldiers who posed next to hooded inmates in the Baghdad prison 10 years ago revealed the ‘banality of evil’, explains Sean Willcock.
While all eyes were on Kenya, another devastating attack was taking place in the Philippines. Iris Gonzales reports.
Israeli writer Uri Avnery tells Gush-Shalom why he thinks Operation Cloud Pillar will achieve nothing but devastation.
Nick Harvey considers the role – and the agenda – of the global media in making the news.
Jess Worth encounters a community that’s demanding answers.
Vanessa Baird examines the special relationship between religion and violence.