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In the first of its new series, Heat the Rich, Corporate Watch takes a critical look at Scottish Power. ...

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Husna Ara plots the path to shame-free learning.

An illustration by Syrian artist Haya Halaw depicts a woman refugee holding a minature house on fire.

Who is better placed to cover forced migration than refugees themselves? Bairbre Flood reports on the...

Dave Bangs speaks to a crowd of  ‘mass trespassers’. 

Hundreds of people take part in a ‘mass trespass’ to save an ancient woodland under threat from the development of a Center...

All That Breathes is a strangely beautiful tale of India’s climate and political struggles. Husna Ara...

India’s railways are frequently hailed  by defenders of the British Empire as a positive  legacy of colonialism. While the country has  an extensive network which ranks among the  world’s biggest employers, it was designed to  serve the interests of imperialism and private  profit – with the directors of the sub continent’s  first railway drawn from the ranks of the East  India Company. Here passengers prepare to eat  on board a modern-day sleeper train.  BOAZ ROTTEM/ALAMY

On every continent, the railways are experiencing a renaissance. But what will it take to reshape them in the interests of...

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In Glasgow, a new campaign has gas and electricity providers in its sights – and is taking on the regulator too. ...

Roman Iagupov on the left a man with a blue and red t-shirt, a black basebal cap and sunglasses. He holds drum sticks. On the right another man plays guitar. He also wears sunglasses and headphones. They are both on stage.

Moldovan Eurovision veterans Zdob și Zdub have been on quite the musical journey. Conrad Landin speaks to...

A girl carries her sibling as she walks through stranded flood water, following rains and floods during the monsoon season in Nowshera, Pakistan September 4, 2022. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz

Cancel the debt, or let the Bretton Woods group profit from climate disaster, writes Farooq Tariq.

Railways can be a world unto themselves. When properly managed, this can mean it’s easier to get things done on the...

The black rocks of Pungo Andongo in the north of Angola

Joana Ramiro summarizes the Southern African nation’s recent history of ‘European encroachment and African...

Naftali Bennett sits on a chair with his hands on his lap. He is looking to his left. There is a small table to his left wth a small Israeli flag on it. There are UN climate change logos on the wall behind him.

The recently-departed Israeli PM was not so skilled in maneuvers as his supporters had hoped.

Photo of Mauricio Ye’kuana, a Brazilian Indigenous leader and Treasurer of the Hutukara Yanomami Association (HAY), who work to protect Yanomami and Ye’kuana communities in the Brazilian Amazon

Indigenous activist Mauricio Ye’kuana speaks on the dangerous fight to protect his people’s land.

Protestors demand the release of activist Teesta Setalvad after she was arrested from her home by the anti-terrorism wing of the Gujarat police, on a street in Mumbai, India, June 27, 2022. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas

Nilanjana Bhowmick on the persecution of dissent in India.


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