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UN's Moratinos: 'Inclusive identity' can build a better world

UN High representative for the Alliance of Civilizations on whether relations between societies can be improved.

The Bottom Line

Trump on trial: Could the US president be removed?

The legal and political issues at stake in the “trial of the century”, and what to expect in the upcoming weeks.

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia cuts loose with Instagram models and a rave

Influencers' promotion of Riyadh music festival called out on social media as whitewash of Saudi Arabia's image.

Saudi Arabia cuts loose with Instagram models and a rave

People & Power

France: Police on Trial

We investigate whether aggressive French policing of demonstrations is stifling dissent and threatening civil liberties.

Human Rights

Kazakh president reshuffles govt after large protests

Hirings and firings followed opposition rallies in Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakh president reshuffles gov't after pro-democracy protests

Lebanon

Thousands protest against crackdown in Lebanon's capital

Day after security forces disperse demonstration, protesters march on parliament to call for an independent government.

Thousands protest against crackdown in Lebanon's capital

UpFront

Are we in the death throes of capitalism?

Author Grace Blakeley and economist Diego Zuluaga debate the state of capitalism and whether it's a failing system.

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Bobi Wine: People of Uganda will rise up if Museveni rigs vote

Ugandan pop singer-turned-politician discusses his plan to replace President Yoweri Museveni after 30 years in power.

The Bottom Line

Transcript: Has Trump impeachment probe divided the US further?

Read the full transcript of our discussion about the Trump impeachment inquiry and what it means for a polarised nation.

Asia Pacific

China considers replacing top Hong Kong liaison officer: report

China tightening control over its response to Hong Kong from crisis command centre across the border in Shenzhen villa.

China considers replacing top Hong Kong liaison officer: report

Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong pro-democracy movement scores landslide win

Local elections were seen as major test for the pro-Beijing government after nearly half a year of demonstrations.

Inside Story

Will Burundi's 2020 elections be free and fair?

Opposition figures accuse the governing party of cracking down on its critics in advance of next year's vote.

Studio B Unscripted

'Core of nationalism is ugly': Elif Shafak & W Soyinka

Two writers discuss the rewriting of history, culture wars, multiple identities and the storyteller's duty to speak up.

Thailand

Court disqualifies popular opposition leader as MP

Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit still faces a criminal charge of sedition for allegedly aiding protesters in 2015.

Thai court disqualifies opposition leader Thanathorn as MP

Asia Pacific

Opposition leader and elite's 'worst nightmare' faces Thai court

Panel of judges will decide on Wednesday whether opposition leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit broke election laws.

Opposition leader and elite's 'worst nightmare' faces Thai court