United States

After deadly mass shooting, Pittsburgh synagogue plans reopening

A gunman opened fire on the Tree of Life synagogue nearly a year ago, killing 11 people and wounding seven.

After deadly mass shooting, Pittsburgh synagogue plans reopening

Football

Bulgarian PM urges football chief to resign after racist chants

Growing anger at country's football union after racist chanting by Bulgarian fans towards black England players.

Bulgarian PM urges football chief to resign after racist chants

AJ Impact

'Coal for diesel': Redevelopment menaces Chicago neighbourhood

Destruction of old coal-fired power plant to make way for e-commerce distribution hub promises more air pollution.

'Coal for diesel': Redevelopment menaces Chicago neighbourhood

Black Lives Matter

US: White officer charged with murder in shooting of black woman

Texas police officer Aaron Dean shot and killed Atatiana Jefferson as she stood inside her home on Saturday morning.

US: White officer charged with murder in shooting of black woman

Black Lives Matter

Questions intensify after white US officer kills black woman

Texas police officer shot dead 28-year-old Atatiana Jefferson on Saturday while she was standing in her home.

Questions intensify after white US officer kills black woman

Head to Head

No-deal Brexit: Destiny or disaster?

Richard Tice, chair of the Brexit Party, on why he wants the UK to break away from the European Union with no deal.

Opinion

French whiteness is in crisis

Why did Lilian Thuram's matter-of-fact analysis about white supremacy cause a storm of controversy in France?

Rokhaya Diallo

by Rokhaya Diallo

Rokhaya Diallo

Europe

UN racism expert slams Dutch burqa ban

UN Special Rapporteur on racism says the ban reflects a wider 'consolidation of Islamophobia' in the Netherlands.

UN racism expert slams Dutch burqa ban

Opinion

Palestinians need to learn from South Africa's mistakes

Palestinians who look up to post-apartheid South Africa have to critically examine its many failures.

Ramzy Baroud

by Ramzy Baroud

Ramzy Baroud

Asia Pacific

New Zealand: Indigenous filmmakers decolonising cinema

First Merata Mita, now other Kiwi artists are changing the silver screen.

New Zealand: Indigenous filmmakers decolonising cinema

Racism

US: White officer says leading black man by rope would look 'bad'

Bodycam footage of white Texas officers leading a homeless black man by a rope down Galveston streets released.

US: White officer says leading black man by rope would look 'bad'

Nigeria

Nigeria, South Africa to set up early warning system over attacks

Pledge to stop xenophobic attacks came during a visit by Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari to South Africa.

Nigeria, South Africa to set up early warning system over attacks

Police

Ex-Dallas officer gets 10 years for killing unarmed neighbour

Amber Guyger accidentally walked into her neighbour's home and shot him dead as he ate ice cream.

 Ex-Dallas officer gets 10 years for killing unarmed neighbour

Media

BBC reverses ruling over presenter's remarks on Trump

After fierce backlash, BBC director general says network's complaint unit made wrong decision in censuring TV presenter.

BBC reverses ruling over Naga Munchetty's remarks on Trump

The Listening Post

The right perspective? YouTube, radicalisation and Rebel Media

How far-right outlet Rebel Media uses YouTube as a powerful force for radicalisation, misinformation and propaganda.