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Imran Garda

Americas

Homeless cat in the empire's hat

On the streets of Washington, one of the most deep-seated socio-economic ills in the US is plainly visible.

Asia

Malaria, guns and jungle beer

One of the largest armed conflicts in the world is also the most under-reported. Al Jazeera's Imran Garda looks at the war between India's Maoists and government forces.

Americas

Colouring books, colouring young minds

A fast-selling US children's book aimed at remembering the events of 9/11 stands accused of using words as weapons.

US & Canada

The Trumpcard of birthright nationalism

The US birther phenomenon exposes the broader issue of birthright nationalism and the inequality it perpetuates.

Latin America

A tale of two world cups

Imran Garda examines myth-making and reality in the new South Africa.

US & Canada

A voyage of life and death

Imran Garda speaks to some of those who were on board the Mavi Marmara aid ship.

Austria

Brothers, bread and the Bosphorus

Turkey is home to almost 1,500 Chechens who exist in a state of legal limbo.

Politics

Sharpeville: Legacy of a massacre

Challenges continue to dog South Africa 50 years after black protesters were gunned down.

Politics

South Africa's legal war over Gaza

South Africans who participated in the Gaza conflict may now face war crimes charges.

Politics

South Africa's legal war over Gaza

South Africans who participated in the Gaza conflict may now face war crimes charges.

Lesotho

South Africa miners' legal action

Gold miners who worked under apartheid in South Africa seek damages for lung disease.

US & Canada

Rainbow refugees and racism

Is S Africa's racial unity merely a myth after a white citizen is given asylum by Canada?