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Unspeakable Suffering: How Afghan War Novels Express 40 Years of Conflict
Hizbullah Khan explores how fiction is helping the victims of Afghanistan's decades of war to face up to the past.
Australia's Journalism Crisis is Threatening its Democracy
With Rupert Murdoch’s chosen government waging a war on journalists in Australia, democratic values in his country of birth are in peril, writes CJ Werleman.
Three Men to Stand Trial for Murder of Malta’s Most Prominent Journalist
Nicola Driscoll-Davies on new developments in the investigation of the murder of Malta's most prominent journalist.
New Analysis of Hacked Documents from 'Putin's Rasputin' Takes Us Into the Heart of Russia's War Machine
A new report, co-authored by a Conservative MP, sheds more light on Vladimir Putin's sinister hybrid war, which – tested in Ukraine in 2014 – was then brought to Britain, the EU and the US.
EXCLUSIVE Science Museum Under Fire for Propping Up Arms Companies as Artists' Group Pulls Out of Exhibition
A new exhibition on concerns around privacy in a digital age at London's Science Museum is being sponsored by a company selling arms reportedly used to slaughter civilians in Yemen.
"Indescribably Hideous" – China's Harvesting of Uyghur Muslim Organs
CJ Werleman reports on China's horrific persecution of the Uyghur Muslim minority in Xinjiang.
Is Pakistan Winning its Fight to Tackle Corruption?
Faisal Khan on Pakistan's long history of corruption and Imran Khan's quest to tackle it.