India

India restores internet in Kashmir after 7 months of blackout

New Delhi revokes ban on social media sites and restores full but slow-speed internet access for two weeks in Kashmir.

India restores internet in Kashmir after 7 months of blackout

Reporter's Notebook

In Canada, Indigenous revival amid Wet'suwet'en crisis

A journalist reflects on what weeks of protests mean for the land's Indigenous - and how it goes beyond just a pipeline.

'Our hearts bled': Covering the Wet'suwet'en crisis in Canada

Asia

We foreigners: What it means to be Bengali in India's Assam

As tensions over India's citizenship law shine a light on Assam, a writer explores the historical tensions in the state.

We foreigners: What it means to be Bengali in India's Assam

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

Opinion

Malcolm X is still misunderstood - and misused

Fifty-five years after his assassination at the Audubon Ballroom in New York, we still get much wrong about Malcolm X.

Omar Suleiman

by Omar Suleiman

Omar Suleiman

NewsFeed

Malcolm X assassination investigation under new scrutiny

We look at why the investigation into Malcolm X's assassination has come under renewed scrutiny.

United States

Malcolm X assassination could be reinvestigated

Critics have long alleged that a flawed investigation into Malcolm's 1965 killing sent the wrong men to jail.

Asia

India campus violence: Nationwide solidarity protests held

Protests across India condemning masked group attacks on students and staff in New Delhi university.

Christianity

Nine years for 'subversion': Protestant pastor convicted in China

Wang Yi had led Early Rain Covenant Church and was arrested a year ago in a crackdown on unauthorised religious groups.

Nine years for 'subversion': Protestant pastor convicted in China

Inside Story

Is Narendra Modi undermining secularism in India?

Indian prime minister has defended his controversial citizenship law as protests sweep the country.

United States

Racism and the black hole of gun control in the US

Would tighter gun laws help protect African Americans or make them more vulnerable to racism and police brutality?

Racism and the black hole of gun control in the US

Native Americans

Occupying Alcatraz: The spark that lit the US Red Power movement

Fifty years ago a group of activists set sail to reclaim Alcatraz Island, ushering in a new era of indigenous activism.

Occupying Alcatraz: The spark that lit the US Red Power movement

Witness

The Dry Valley: Hopes and Dreams in a Romanian Village

A portrait of a Romanian village where many of the Roma residents must leave for Scandinavia to make a living.

United States

John Conyers, longest-serving black US congressman, dies at 90

Conyers, who left office following sexual misconduct allegations, has been hailed as a "champion of civil rights".

John Conyers, longest-serving black US congressman, dies at 90

LGBT

Nine US Democratic presidential hopefuls to tackle LGBT issues

Rights advocates have expressed dismay at the Trump administration's record on LGBT issues.

Nine US Democratic presidential hopefuls to tackle LGBT issues