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Tasnim Nazeer speaks to those in India on what Narendra Modi's law prohibiting Muslims from applying for Indian citizenship means for the world's largest democracy.
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey on the ominous signs of the new Conservative Government's stance on repressive regimes.
Evdoxia Lymperi on the rifts in the 70-year-old North Atlantic Alliance caused by growing tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Boris Johnson's friend Aleksandr Temerko is one of a number of wealthy London-based Russians who, while opposing Vladimir Putin, are linked to organisations that are potentially useful to the Kremlin dictator.
Social media platforms are helping to prevent Kashmiri and Palestinian anguish from reaching a global audience
With Aung San Suu Kyi due to appear at the UN's highest court tomorrow to face questions over Myanmar's persecution of its Rohingya Muslims, Tasnim Nazeer explores why the international community must stand up against its intimidation of those fighting for justice.
The consequences of forced migration must be a top developmental and humanitarian priority if so many needlessly wasted lives are to be saved.
The Saudi Government must be held to account for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi if the lives of other journalists in danger are to be saved.
Steve Shaw explains the attempts by The Gambia and Argentina to hold Myanmar's military to account over the killing of tens of thousands of people belonging to the country's Muslim minority.
Tunisians continue to feel disenfranchised with political elites since democracy was established after the Arab Spring in 2011. Can it turn things around?
Russian intelligence expert Zarina Zabrisky on yet another Russian connection of the Republican Congressman defending President Trump from his Russian Connections.
Yorgen Fenech owns the company 17 Black Limited, which the reporter killed in a car bomb in 2017 was investigating.
Leaked Documents and Testimony Cast Suspicion on Israeli Company's Claims about Jamal Khashoggi Murder
An Israeli company close to the Trump campaign claimed to have recruited the Washington Times journalist Jamal Khashoggi murdered in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Forensic News looks deeper...
'They asked her to Record a Video about how much Love she Gets': Debunking China's Uyghur Propaganda Videos
CJ Werleman speaks to two Uyghur activists living in the US whose family members were used to deceive the world about China's treatment of the Muslim minority.
Paul Niland, founder of Lifeline Ukraine, outlines what we know about the US impeachment scandal so far.
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