James Reinl

James Reinl

US & Canada

Can Muslim politicians survive in today's USA?

US voters seem to fail to see past the faith of Muslim American politicians, regardless of candidates' background.

Can Muslim politicians survive in today's USA?

United States

Trump's Euro-trip: Five big issues to watch

What happens when you mix Trump, Putin, Merkel, Xi, and zombie protesters with trade, defence and climate change?

Trump's Euro-trip: Five big issues to watch

United States

Trump's Muslim ban comes into effect

As ban on visitors from six Muslim-majority countries kicks in, US-based families of those affected express resentment.

Trump's Muslim ban comes into effect

US & Canada

Trump-Modi: Steak meets dahl for US-India first date

Aides bill upcoming meeting between Modi and Trump as a chance to strike up a friendship, but will it all go smoothly?

Trump-Modi: Steak meets dahl for US-India first date

United States

Iraqi detainees launch case to halt deportation from US

More than 100 Iraqi Christians rounded up in the United States over the past week to be sent back amid safety fears.

Iraqi detainees launch case to halt deportation from US

Cuba

Cuban Americans warily await Trump's policy rethink

President Trump will visit Miami as early as Friday and may announce a rollback of Obama's detente with the island.

 Cuban Americans warily await Trump's policy rethink

Immigration

US-based Haitians fear clock ticking on their stay

On Wednesday, US and Haitian officials discussed repatriating 58,000 Haitians who moved to US after 2010 earthquake.

US-based Haitians fear clock ticking on their stay

Human Rights

Could Syria's 'prosecutor without a tribunal' work?

A new UN office is starting to support prosecutions of those responsible for atrocities in Syria, but there is a catch.

Could Syria's 'prosecutor without a tribunal' work?

WikiLeaks

Chelsea Manning's release: Life beyond whistle-blowing

As the whistle-blower prepares to leave prison, her lawyer and advocates discuss what awaits her now.

Chelsea Manning's release: Life beyond whistle-blowing

Human Rights

Ex-inmates hail plan to close Rikers Island prison

We explore the dark history of the New York prison and ask if it is a symbol of racially biased mass incarceration.

Ex-inmates hail plan to close Rikers Island prison

US-Mexico border

Undocumented migrants await Trump's next move

Cafes, churches and playing fields are quieter than usual, as undocumented immigrants lay low amid the crackdown

Undocumented migrants await Trump's next move

Native Americans

Will the real Pocahontas please stand up?

Four hundred years after her death, Native American descendants of Pocahontas reflect on a troubled history and legacy.

Will the real Pocahontas please stand up?