Past winners of the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought include Mandela, Venezuela’s opposition, and Malala Yousafzai.
London-based Guernica 37 legal team argues key figures in Saudi Arabia, UAE were complicit in crimes against humanity.
A Samaritan community in the occupied West Bank has more men than women so hopes Ukraine can solve its marriage crisis.
Moscow welcomes the Taliban for international talks on Afghanistan but stops short of officially recognising the group.
UNEP’s Production Gap report finds countries plan to produce some 110 percent more fossil fuels in 2030.
A look at Hungary and Myanmar and how they expose some of democracy’s different vulnerabilities.
Moscow has broken off diplomatic ties with the security alliance after spying allegations.
Irmgard Furchner is accused of having contributed to the murder of 11,412 people at the Stutthof concentration camp.
Malian officials have previously endorsed the idea of talks and have backed local peace deals as security deteriorates.
The connection would happen through an underwater cable that carries electricity across the Mediterranean sea.
Protesters demand meeting with Spanish PM and funds for medical expenses of historic food poisoning scandal survivors.
Almost 6,000 soldiers are now guarding Poland’s frontier with neighbouring Belarus amid a surge in border crossings.
Ursula von der Leyen warns Warsaw that Brussels will act over acrimonious dispute concerning primacy of EU law.
Increased and more violent border policing does not work. It is time to abolish it.