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Marred with delays and disillusioned voters, Chitra Nagarajan weighs up the results of Nigeria’s...

Riot police using flashballs and rubber bullets in France have caused severe harm. Now, a movement is growing to disarm them...

The United Nations International Court of Justice has ruled that Britain should hand the Chagos Islands back to Mauritius....

Barnaby Papadopulos speaks to Hebron’s Palestinian’s about the expulsion...

Mark Engler reflects on the life of Pete Seeger - an American musician, patriot and dissident.

When the body bags reach the relatives, the biggest question remains, ‘Why?’ Mari Marcel Thekaekara writes...

Yasmin Younis explains why she protested against a British Museum exhibition of her own people’s history....

Nick Terdre asks why has nothing changed since Brazil’s last environmental disaster?

Many Nigerians saw the 2019 elections as another step toward better governance. For now, they wait in uncertainty. ...

The harassment of a leading Filipina journalist is a bad sign for press freedom in the Philippines, writes Iris...

Under new rule, Vietnam is discrediting critics of the one-party state. Alexandre Sisophon reports from...

Our investigation last November renewed calls for the UN to place better due diligence on its investments. Jack...

US ‘humanitarian aid’ ups the risk of violent conflict in Venezuela, writes Vanessa Baird.

Malcolm Lewis reviews Burning, directed and co-written by Chang-dong Lee; Green Book, directed and...

Catalan independence leaders face decades in jail. Meanwhile, the fate of a ‘shrine to Franco’ remains undecided. ...

Jeremy Corbyn is an internationalist. But the British economy is hardwired to extract profit from the Global South. ...

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