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Dinamo Sukhumi’s stadium under construction.

In tiny Abkhazia, outcast from the world stage, football is a source of hope. Robert O’Connor reports.

Three former guerrillas watch the election results from La Tienda, the social space in the Icononzo reintegration zone.

Kimberley Brown speaks to former guerillas after president who vowed to rip up peace deal elected.

U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Saratoga anchored at the Diego Garcia naval base in the 1980s.

Revealed: Ships at the controversial naval base are crammed dangerously close. Katie McQue reports.

Violence against women is being used as a weapon of communal hatred, suggesting India should enact the Communal Violence...

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.

Strikes by the US Air Force over Syria.

Dan Smith argues strengthening international law would do far more good than ad hoc missile strikes.

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humanitarian drones

Aid-by-drone, what’s not to like? New tech in the sector brings many problems, Nick Dowson explains.

Portraits of three Syrian cities: Huossen Hamod’s daughter looks out from a fifth floor balcony onto their decimated neighbourhood of Ansari al-Sharki, Aleppo

For those in government-held cities, only fragments of normality remain. Sally Hayden writes.

Three displaced Yemeni girls stand by the shredded remains of their tents in Abs settlement, which is regularly damaged by passing sandstorms.

Hazel Healy investigates the challenges facing 21st century disaster response.

Only six per cent of Britons back selling arms to Saudi Arabia. So why has Mohamed bin Salman been invited to Britain?...

Bosnia’s fragile peace: a plaque to war criminal Radko Mladić

Two decades after the war ended, the country’s peace is looking fragile. Mattha Busby writes.

Oxfam scandal no surprise

‘The idea of altruistic morality puts aid workers in a double bind, eroding true responsibility’

Illicit crops are still the only option for farmers like Arnulfo Perdomo.

Inside the deeply-rooted economy of cocaine production and trafficking in Colombia. Bram Ebus...

ELN interview: Guerrilla leader Pablo Beltrán of Colombia’s ELN talks to Mónica del Pilar Uribe Marín

‘Each person must say we won’t do this again.’ Guerrilla leader Pablo Beltrán of Colombia’s ELN talks to ...

The end for Robert Mugabe? A look at the Zimbabwe coup. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jesse B. Awalt/Released

With tanks on the streets and rumours in newspapers, Nhau Mangirazi reports from Zimbabwe.

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