Human Rights

Saudi princess gets suspended jail over workman beating

Hassa bint Salman, sister of the crown prince, ordered a bodyguard to beat up a plumber working in her Paris apartment.

Saudi princess gets suspended jail in France for beating plumber

Africa

22,000 Nigerians missing since Boko Haram crisis began: Red Cross

It's the highest number of missing persons registered with the organisation in any country, most of them children.

22,000 Nigerians missing since Boko Haram crisis began: Red Cross

People & Power

Hong Kong's Summer of Defiance

A two-part special report tracing the causes and possible consequences of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protest movement.

Hong Kong's Summer of Defiance

South Africa

Nigerians repatriated from South Africa after attacks

Nigerian airline to return more than 600 nationals in the coming days with victims saying it's 'not safe here'.

Nigerians repatriated from South Africa after attacks

Poverty & Development

Military road defies Myanmar national ceasefire, fuels insecurity

Critics say military role in road-widening project in Karen territory violates ceasefire, as UN warns of dangers.

Military road defies Myanmar national ceasefire, fuels insecurity

AJ IMPACT

Arms dealers turn to interactive games at London show

As Netanyahu outlined plans to annex military-occupied Palestinian land, the UK inked $37m deal with Israel's Elbit.

Meeting the arms dealers with killer sales targets

Kashmir

Kashmir unrest could lead Pakistan, India to 'accidental war'

Pakistan FM accused India of turning Kashmir 'into the largest prison on this planet'.

Kashmir unrest could lead Pakistan, India to 'accidental war'

AJ IMPACT

DSEI arms show brings 'weapons of death' to UK capital

World's weapons industry has descended on London, its sights set on killer sales targets.

Huge arms trade fair draws dealers and politicians to London

Italy

With Salvini gone, what's next for Italy's migration policy?

New Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese stands out as the only non-political figure in PM Giuseppe Conte's cabinet.

With Salvini gone, what's next for Italy's migration policy?

India

Fear among Muslims over planned nationwide citizen list

Many Muslims say BJP is using the citizenship issue to target the community as activists warn against nationwide NRC.

India: Fear among Muslims over planned nationwide citizens list

The Listening Post

How virtual detectives exposed China's 're-education camps'

We meet the open-source investigators helping journalists - and the world - understand the reality of Xinjiang's camps.

How virtual detectives exposed China's 're-education camps'

The Listening Post

How China spins the Xinjiang story to the Chinese

A look at the evolution of China's Xinjiang narrative and how it is controlled by Beijing.

How China spins the Xinjiang story to the Chinese

The Listening Post

Xinjiang: The story China wants the world to forget

A Listening Post special on media coverage of Xinjiang, both inside China and beyond.

Xinjiang: The story China wants the world to forget

Papua New Guinea

Should West Papua remain part of Indonesia?

Recent clashes with Indonesian forces have reignited calls for referendum on Papuan independence.

Should West Papua remain part of Indonesia?

Obituary

Obituary: Zimbabwe's first post-independence leader Robert Mugabe

Love or despise him, Mugabe was one of the most consequential of Africa's post-colonial leaders.

Obituary: Zimbabwe's first post-independence leader Robert Mugabe