Refugees

Why refugees are occupying office of Greek ruling party

With the support of local anti-fascists, 34 refugees have taken over an office belonging to Greece's ruling party.

Refugees occupy Syriza party office in Lesbos

Human Rights

Clashes as Greeks mark 2008 police killing of teenager

Hundreds rally in Greek capital to commemorate the 2008 killing of 15-year-old Alexis Grigoropoulos.

Clashes as Greeks mark 2008 police killing of teenager

People & Power

Trump and the Ethics of Foreign Aid

What are the consequences of President Trump's decision to slash US aid to international NGOs that promote abortion?

Trump and the Ethics of Foreign Aid

Pakistan

Pakistani activist reported missing in eastern city

Raza Khan, who worked on initiatives to promote peace between India and Pakistan, went missing on Saturday, family says.

Pakistani activist Raza Khan reported missing

Greece

'This is a big prison': Refugees fear biting winter

Rights groups have warned of an impending humanitarian disaster as winter approaches and conditions decline in camps.

Refugees fear winter at cramped and decrepit Moria camp

Honduras

Honduras police refuse crackdown on protesters

Honduran police have rebelled against orders to crack down on protests following the disputed presidential election.

Honduras police refuse crackdown on protesters

Cambodia

Locking up babies: Cambodia drug war ensnares children

Escalating numbers of infants serving time with their mothers in Cambodia's notorious prison system amid crackdown.

Locking up babies: Cambodia drug war ensnares children

Witness

Edith+Eddie: A Story of Love and Elder Abuse in the US

America's oldest interracial newlyweds are at risk of being separated by a family feud over guardianship.

Edith+Eddie: A Story of Love and Elder Abuse in the US

Canada

Quebec court suspends part of contentious face veil ban

Court issues stay against part of law that forces people to uncover their faces when receiving various public services.

Quebec court suspends part of contentious face veil ban

Human Rights

Irishman freed from Egypt returns to trauma and racism

Ibrahim Halawa adjusts to freedom, four years after being jailed in Egypt as a teenager, faced with trauma and racism.

Ibrahim Halawa on life in Egyptian prisons and freedom

Politics

Week in pictures: From Pope Francis to Honduras vote

A photo roundup of some of last week's events, including demonstration against slavery and Spain taxi drivers' protest.

Week in pictures: From Pope Francis to Honduras vote

Rohingya

Rohingya challenge Pope Francis over silence in Myanmar

Expatriates from the persecuted mostly Muslim minority speak out on the pontiff's failure to address their plight.

Rohingya challenge Pope Francis over silence in Myanmar

Bosnia

Bosnian War criminals meet their nemesis

The Yugoslavia war crimes court's sentencing of six wartime Bosnian Croat officials has special significance for Mostar.

Bosnian Croat officials meet their nemesis in The Hague

Greece

Lawyer punched by neo-Nazi renews support for migrants

Greece has seen a string of far-right attacks targeting political opponents and migrants in recent months.

Greek lawyer latest to be assaulted by far right

Bangladesh

Bangladesh mutiny verdict: Was the trial fair?

High Court upholds death for 139 soldiers but activists and families of those convicted say the trial was not impartial.

Bangladesh mutiny case: 139 soldiers to face gallows