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James Doleman reflects on the Old Bailey hearing into the Wikileaks co-founder’s contested extradition to the US for the publication of classified documents
In failing to report on individual instances of war’s devastation, the media risks losing sight of the inhumanity of conflict
Academics at Tsinghua University in Beijing have been accused of fuelling China’s persecution of Uyghur Muslims by laying the intellectual foundations of the minority’s abuse
Kseniya Kirollova reports on the death of Irina Slavina, editor of the best known independent newspaper in the Volga region of Russia
The Saudi Crown Prince has crushed dissent, yet his position still remains precarious, reports Jonathan Fenton-Harvey
CJ Werleman argues that the rape and murder of a Dalit woman in Hathras is another alarm bell indicating the extent of the human rights crisis in India
Nikola Mikovic reports on the intensification of violence between Azerbaijan and Armenia, as foreign superpowers wait in the wings