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Julian, one of many guerrillas in Colombia’s Bellavista prison.

Guerrillas talk about the peace process. Alicia Prager reports.

Front man Ian Curtis committed suicide in 1980, but the myth of Curtis and Joy Division lives on, Peter Kenworthy...

The Beast, directed and written by Michael PearceThe Wound (Inxeba),...

Kenyan lawmaker Sarah Korere talks to supporters during an election campaign rally in the village of Dol Dol in Laikipia County, Kenya.

Can male volunteers help break the cycle of womens’ political exclusion in Kenya? Hannah O’Neill and...

Calypso Rose

She’s survived cancer, two heart attacks and even fractured a few ribs on stage. Tobago’s music legend Calypso Rose...

It is illegal to set fire to someone’s house, Sara Shaw and Freek Bersch write.

Mark Engler considers popular resistance to mass shootings and increasing healthcare ...

Ada Colau arrives at a municipal elections rally.

In the Barcelona area, local governments and citizens are transforming municipal politics, finds Luke Stobart.

As news media face a crisis of legitimacy, reader supported alternatives offer a way forward, Chris Spannos...

Lebanon

Civil war, ISIS invasions, mountains of rubbish. Reem Haddad reports from Beirut.

My Brother’s Husband by Gengoroh Tagame; What does consent really mean? by Pete Wallis and...

Violeta Santos Moura reports from Poland, where reliance on coal kills some 45,000 people each year.

This Friday’s vote demonstrates a vibrant and long overdue campaign for a secular republic, Éilis Ryan...

A drinking water vendor sets off, looking for customers in Jakarta’s poorest neighbourhoods. Photo: Solo Imaji/Barcroft Media via Getty

A civil society lawsuit has ended the city's water sell-off. But the fight isn't over. Febriana...

Lavinia Steinfort on the insidious 'investor protection mechanisms' stacking the odds in...

Passengers at Clapham Junction, south London. According to a 2017 Legatum Institute poll 76 per cent of British passengers want the railways in public ownership.

Nick Dowson dismantles the notion that the private sector does things better.

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