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Britain’s kids with guns

Should the British Army still enlist kids? asks Matteo Congregalli.

Filed in: Military United Kingdom

Carry On Jihading?

British plans to take passports away from those ‘suspected’ of terrorism are wrong on so many counts, says Kate Smurthwaite.

Filed in: England Human Rights Politics Terrorism

Scotland should say ‘Yes’ to ousting Trident

Nuclear disarmament should be a priority for the new Scottish government, thinks John Finnie.

Filed in: Nuclear Weapons Politics Scotland

Egypt’s cover-up: one year after the Rab’a Square massacre

The military-backed authorities recently refused entry to Human Rights Watch workers. They blocked the messengers but they can’t block the message, says Sarah Leah Whitson.

Filed in: Egypt Violence

Iraq’s displaced forced to flee militant group for a second time

Matthew Vickery and Sheren Khalel report on a desperate situation for the country’s refugees.

Filed in: Iraq Religion Terrorism Violence

Should we ‘Bobbitize’ the rapists?

Her gut response to one girl’s stand against an attacker makes Mari Marcel Thekaekara question her nonviolent principles.

Filed in: India Non-Violence Society Violence Women

Playing politics with Nigeria’s insurgency risks civil war

With elections due next year, tensions are simmering, writes Andrew Noakes.

Filed in: Conflict Nigeria Politics

‘Anti-extremism’ government programme targets student activist

Prevent singles out Birmingham student as domestic extremist, finds Josh Allen.

Filed in: Education Terrorism

A different legacy: lessons in peace from the First World War

As we campaign for peace today, what can we learn from our predecessors? asks Symon Hill

Filed in: Activism War and Peace

Tension mounts as instability grips Kenya

Al-Shabaab attacks continue and death toll rises while politicians squabble, reports Henry Owino.

Filed in: Kenya Somalia Violence

Stop the killings of innocents in Gaza

Children are dying while feeding birds on their roof tops, or playing football on the beach. On Day 11 of Israel’s assault, Noreen Sadik remembers the youngest victims.

Filed in: Israel Palestine Violence

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