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The Balfour declaration: immigration to Israel.

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Paul Kelemen and Dick Pitt look at the British government’s role in Israel’s formation.

kafala Lebanon

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Prejudice and a lack of legal protection hamper migrant workers in Lebanon. Fiona Broom writes.

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TootArd’s second album Laissez Passer; Nitin Sawhney’s...

The Gaza electricity crisis: installing solar panels in the Gaza strip.

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Respite for Gazans could not come too soon. Noreen Sadik reports on the ongoing power crisis...

İdil Eser

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Idil Eser: one of the latest high-profile victims of Turkey’s crackdown on dissent. By Fotis Filippou....

Justice for Sheikh al-Nimr and his family: our interview with Mohammed al-Nimr

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Mohammed al-Nimr talks to Sophie Baggott about Saudi Arabia’s persecution of his family.

The reverberations of the Kurdish referendum: Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan.

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What’s next after Kurds in Iraq voted for independence? Chalaine Chang reports.

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A word with Macer Gifford, a former currency trader who joined the Kurdish revolution.

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The courageous efforts of Yemeni teachers, as reported by Sawsan al-Refaei.

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A rhetorical referendum, peace and radicalization: an explosive interview with Kurdish female leader Bese Hozat...

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An open letter on the detention of human rights defenders in Turkey, by major human rights organizations across the world.

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Bahraini human rights defender Nabeel Rajab was arrested 365 days ago for tweets against the war in Yemen, and his 13th...

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The arms deals should not be viewed in isolation, they will make an unstable region even more dangerous, Andrew Smith...

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A radio soap opera is bridging social gaps in Azraq refugee camp. Florence Derrick meets its champion.

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It’s no joke that the country could even be considered for a position to uphold women’s rights, writes Mari Marcel...

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The Yemeni human rights defender talks to Lydia Noon about Britain's arms deals, drones and gender...

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