Pakistan

Sentenced to death for blasphemy: Surviving Pakistan's death row

The story of a man who spent 19 years awaiting execution reveals the power of a false blasphemy claim to destroy a life.

Sentenced to death for blasphemy: Surviving Pakistan's death row

Women's Rights

'He set her alight': The women killed by their partners

As femicide rates rise in France, a collective of women is tracking the victims and demanding an end to the violence.

Sisters in arms: The families fighting femicide in France

Opinion

To impeach or not to impeach? Devil's advocate in Trump's defence

Reflections on the American presidency, populism and democracy.

Marwan Bishara

by Marwan Bishara

Marwan Bishara

Interactive

'Money can't buy us': Mapping Canada's oil pipeline battle

We travel more than 2,000km and visit communities along the route of the oil pipeline that cuts across Indigenous land.

'Money can't buy us': Mapping Canada's oil pipeline battle

Spain

'Consumers are not aware we are slaves inside the greenhouses'

Exploitation plagues Spain's farming province, with migrant workers paid below minimum wage and living in squalor.

Longform

It takes a village: Stories from Native Alaska

Amid miles of mountain and marshy tundra, residents share what life is like in their remote Alaska Native village.

It takes a village: Stories from Native Alaska

Philippines

'We scoured for days without sleeping, just clothes on our backs'

The Philippines’ Typhoon Haiyan was the strongest storm ever to make landfall. Five years on, we revisit this story.

'We scoured for days without sleeping, just clothes on our backs'

Africa

How Nigeria's fear of child 'witchcraft' ruins young lives

Abandonment, persecution, violence: Childhoods lost as young Nigerians are branded as witches.

How Nigeria's fear of child 'witchcraft' ruins young lives

Human Rights

Exploited, hated, killed: Italy's African fruit pickers

Thousands of Africans pick fruit and vegetables for a pittance as supermarkets profit, and face violent abuse.

Exploited, hated, killed: The lives of African fruit pickers

Africa

Ghana child malnutrition: 1,000 days of hunger

Child malnutrition is a silent tragedy jeopardising the future of more than one million children across Ghana.

Ghana child malnutrition: 1,000 days of hunger

Arts & Culture

The Cambodian making airplanes from YouTube tutorials

Paen Long is building an aircraft from scratch using second-hand parts and YouTube videos, determined to see it fly.

The Cambodian making airplanes from YouTube tutorials

Science & Technology

Inside the biggest cyber-war game in the world

In an age when most conflicts seem to have a cyber dimension, what can this cyber defence exercise teach us?

Locked Shields: The world's largest cyber-war game

Health

Could a penicillin shortage be endangering your health?

Once considered a miracle drug, few companies now make the antibiotic, and antibiotic resistance is rising as a result.

Why is the world suffering from a penicillin shortage?

Guantanamo Bay

How will Guantanamo be remembered?

It is 2046 and Clive Stafford Smith has returned to Guantanamo, where his clients were once imprisoned and tortured.

How will Guantanamo be remembered?

Longform

The evolution of Islamists

Ideology does not tell us the full story of the evolution of Islamist movements.

The evolution of Islamists