Laurin-Whitney Gottbrath

Laurin-Whitney Gottbrath

Latin America

Mexicans march against femicide after teen's murder

Nineteen-year-old Mara Fernanda Castilla went missing after using a ride-hailing app in the Mexican state of Puebla.

Mexicans march against femicide after teen's murder

US & Canada

'Adopt a Nazi': How groups are countering neo-Nazis

Inspired by a German town, US organisations are attempting to trick white supremacists into 'funding their own demise'.

'Adopt a Nazi': How groups are countering neo-Nazis

Asia

Thousands march for science across India

People across 25 cities join scientists in demanding more funding for research and promotion of scientific temper.

Thousands march for science across India

Racism

Jewish woman sues Andrew Anglin over 'troll storm'

Suit against Daily Stormer's neo-Nazi blogger raises questions about free speech and online harassment.

Jewish woman sues Andrew Anglin over 'troll storm'

US & Canada

Texas police arrest DACA recipients in Austin protest

Activists chant 'undocumented, unafraid' as they block street in Texas capital to protest Trump's immigration rhetoric.

Texas police arrest DACA recipients in Austin protest

Interactive

Mosul: A city reduced to rubble

UN says 8,400 housing sites were 'severely damaged or completely destroyed' in the battle to retake the city from ISIL.

Mosul: A city reduced to rubble

US & Canada

Threats and attacks: White supremacists target campuses

Group documents 330 bias incidents on US college and university campuses from late November 2016 to March 2017.

Threats and attacks: White supremacists target campuses

Middle East

Palestinian baby dies from tear gas inhalation: PA

Officials say the child died from asphyxiation two months after Israeli forces shot tear gas at his home near Ramallah.

Palestinian baby dies from tear gas inhalation: PA

Human Rights

Indigenous groups launch protests to resist Canada Day

Aboriginal communities call for a day of action to draw attention to 150 years of 'racism, genocide and colonialism'.

Indigenous groups launch protests to resist Canada Day

Asia Pacific

Why Australia is paying a $53m asylum seeker settlement

How will 'landmark' settlement between government and 1,905 Manu Island ex-detainees affect Australia's refugee policy?

Why Australia is paying a $53m asylum seeker settlement

Middle East

Israeli forces raid Sarura protest camp in Hebron Hills

Activists say one local man was wounded when soldiers entered the 'We are Sumud' camp and attempted to remove tents.

Israeli forces raid Sarura protest camp in Hebron Hills

Nigeria

Thousands displaced as police raze Lagos' Otodo Gbame

Officials call waterfront settlement's demolition a 'security measure', while rights groups denounce it as 'land grab'.

Thousands displaced as police raze Lagos' Otodo Gbame