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Riot police hit protesters participating in a demonstration against lawmakers’ salary demands outside the parliament buildings in Nairobi in May 2013. THOMAS MUKOYA/REUTERS/ ALAMY

Mass imprisonment and merciless policing were the preferred tools of control for European colonizers. Patrick...

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, plans to expand a coal mine in South Wales are being touted as a way to solve...

A woman with a child, fleeing Russia's invasion of Ukraine, speaks with a volunteer as she browses for basic necessities and clothes at the Humanitarian Aid Headquarters in Perechyn, Ukraine, April 6, 2022. REUTERS/Serhii Hudak

Mutual aid networks in Ukraine have stepped up to support those in need across the country, writes Tina Burrett. ...

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Leonardo Sakamoto on his country's lethal pattern of racism.

Making friends at the Bomana  Prison, in Port Moresby City, Papua New Guinea  in December 2017.

Amy Hall explores the movement calling time on prisons and the police while offering an alternative vision...

Swapsies: Nigerian artist Lukas Osarobo-Okoro, photographed outside the British Museum in London. Osarobo-Okoro and the Ahiamwen Guild of Benin have offered to donate new artworks to the institution. DYLAN MARTINEZ/ALAMY

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Taken during a violent British raid, the Benin bronzes have sat in Western museums and private collections for over a...

Why do so many devastating wars quickly disappear from public consciousness? Nanjala Nyabola examines our...

A woman kneels down next to a child and both smile

As lives are turned upside down by war, Bennett Murray reports from Kyiv on the defiant mood in the...

Is the war in Ukraine reaching a stalemate and is Russia showing signs of taking a step back? Having recently returned from...

In the Amazon rainforest, remote communities descended from enslaved African people, are taking on the palm oil production...

With the South American country closer than ever to electing a leftwing government, Nick MacWilliam...

Roxana Olivera tells a cautionary tale of her dogged attempts to get an abusive, intrusive photograph –...

Malcolm Lewis weighs up a selection of independent and studio-produced films from the global zeitgeist.

Men stand with a banner that reads ' Save our seafarers' and union flags

A recent wave of mass redundancies from P&O ferries has triggered outrage. Conrad Landin reports from...

A woman and her children walking along a street in Ocho Rios. Tim Smith/Panos

First came the Spanish, then the British, and then the austerity measures of the IMF. Christina Ivey on the...

An Afghan man sells toys during the celebration for Afghan New Year (Newroz) in Kabul, Afghanistan March 20, 2016. Afghanistan uses the Persian calendar which runs from the vernal equinox.  REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

At Persian New Year, Sahar Fahimi speaks to Afghans about the humanitarian crisis tearing through their...

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