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Colombia breaks with its past

Gustavo Petro has been voted in as Colombia’s first ever leftist president – the...

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More Killing in Kashmir

The situation in Kashmir is deteriorating again, with a new wave of attacks on civilians....

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Ukraine's Battlefield Doctors

The task of a surgeon is not an easy one at the best of times, but some in Ukraine are having...

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Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira: Amazon Defenders

Brazilian police say a suspect has confessed to burying the bodies of missing British journalist...

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Afrikaans: The Language Which Still Divides

Passengers travelling with Ryanair to the UK on a South African passport are being asked to...

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Life Under Russian Occupation

Evidence suggests that war crimes have been committed in the Ukrainian towns and cities which...

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The Arab World's New Drug of Choice

Captagon is a popular recreational drug used across the Middle East and Arabian Gulf. It can...

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The Ukrainians deported to Russia

Allegations have continued to emerge that Ukrainian civilians are being transported into Russia...

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Violent Protest in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has been rocked by violent protests. The country is out of cash, which means it is...

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Escape From Russian Occupation

Reports have emerged of terrible atrocities committed against civilians in Russian-occupied areas...

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Disappeared: The Women Gone Missing in Afghanistan's Prisons

First hand reports from Afghanistan, Cambodia, Estonia, Lebanon and the German village of...

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Lockdown Life in Shanghai

China has been warned by the World Health Organisation that its so-called 'zero covid' approach...

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The Story of a Russian War Crime

The small city of Bucha, not far from Kyiv, has experienced some of the worst atrocities of the...

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Tackling the Cocaine Trade in Honduras

The former President of Honduras Juan Orlando Hernandez was voted out of power in January, and...

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The Threat of Rising Waters in Bangladesh

Rivers and the sea have long-battered waterfront villages in Bangladesh, but this is a problem...

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What do Russians think of the war in Ukraine?

What do Russians make of their country’s invasion of Ukraine? It is no easy matter to...

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Ukraine: The War in the Countryside

The destruction of Ukrainian cities such as Mariupol has garnered global headlines, but the...

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Argentina’s Memories of war

It’s 40 years since Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands – or the Malvinas –...

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Russia’s path of destruction

The pounding of civilian infrastructure by Russian forces has continued this week in cities like...

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Thwarted hopes in Afghanistan

Since the Taliban took power last year, more than half a million Afghans have lost their jobs,...

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