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11 - 20
The West is a career: Linking Rouhani’s election to US sanctions
Delusional careerists who laud sanctions as the impetus for Rouhani's election in Iran couldn't be more wrong.
Last updated: 31 Jul 2013 15:12 GMT
Scoring big: The global world of football
Empire explores the politics and power of the world's most popular sport, and the global implications of the game.
Last updated: 29 Dec 2012 16:20 GMT
Srebrenica: A town still divided
Ethnic divisions continue to plague this town, where more than 8,000 people were slaughtered in July 1995.
Last updated: 12 Jul 2012 15:16 GMT
Egypt: The continued need for popular protest
The overwhelming number of crowds that converged on Tahrir Square is partly due to the vigorous youth efforts.
Last updated: 26 Jan 2012 11:20 GMT
Brazil is flooded once more
Concerns grow that the disaster of 2011 may be repeated
Last updated: 04 Jan 2012 08:40 GMT
Retaking the square
In January, protesters demanded the end of the emergency law, which has now been expanded and is demanded to end, again.
Last updated: 24 Nov 2011 12:05 GMT
Volunteer clinics tend to Egyptian protesters
Medical students organise to treat hundreds of demonstrators who have been beaten, shot or gassed by security forces.
Last updated: 22 Nov 2011 16:43 GMT
Is liberalism killing the Copts?
One consequence of neo-liberal policies under Mubarak lead to religious ghettoisation of Egypt says author.
Last updated: 20 Nov 2011 04:03 GMT
Khaled is Mina, Mina is Khaled
Powerful political forces in Egypt have used the 'sectarian card' to divide the people and shift the blame.
Adel Abdel Ghafar
Farid Y. Farid
Last updated: 19 Oct 2011 10:52 GMT
Breaking the silence on HIV in Egypt
One HIV-positive Egyptian speaks out against stigma surrounding the virus 30 years after the first case was diagnosed.
Malika Bilal and Adam Makary
Last updated: 09 Jun 2011 14:35 GMT
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'Enough is enough': US anti-racism protests
'Justice for All' demonstrations swell across the US over the deaths of African Americans in police encounters.
Uruguayans cautiously welcome former inmates
Six former Guantanamo detainees are now free in Uruguay with some hailing the decision to grant them asylum.
Australia's indigenous incarceration crisis
Disproportionately high number of Aboriginal people in prison highlights inequality and marginalisation, critics say.
Canada's sexual harassment at work problem
Nearly half of Canadians have suffered inappropriate advances on the job - and the political arena is no exception.
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William G Moseley
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The dawn of Kim Jong-un's rule
Renewed hope for justice in Colombia
Tunisia caught between fear and stability
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