'It wasn't just a fever': Living with coronavirus

Airport worker Riki Permana was diagnosed in March. Now, he is struggling with the stigma associated with coronavirus.

Turkey-Syria border

What is on the agenda for the Russia-Turkey talks

Russian delegation, including its FM, arrived in Istanbul for talks on regional issues.


Britain was built on the backs, and souls, of slaves

The UK owes a debt to descendants of enslaved people and to taxpayers whose money was used to compensate slave traders and owners.


Death and 'spy' pigeons in Indian-administered Kashmir

Even ordinary things like funerals and pigeons have become political in Kashmir, where ongoing conflict disrupts normal life.

Human Rights

A decade on, the Mavi Marmara killings still shape me

Nine people were killed when Israeli commandos stormed the Mavi Marmara ship in 2010, while another later died from his wounds.


A lonely Eid al-Fitr under a highway in Jakarta

Workers in the Indonesian capital struggle to earn a living and support their families amid the coronavirus pandemic.