Indonesia

'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.

Racism

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.

Kashmir

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.

Indonesia

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.