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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.
Our Liveblog will cover all events which we can of this momentous General Election. Keep coming back for timed updates from Otto English and the Byline Times Team.
Stephen Delahunty follows up worrying reports that voters have been turned away with false reports they need ID to fill in a ballot paper.
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.
Profits from far-right groups and individuals posting unacceptable content on the social media giant about Muslims may be the reason why it's not taking action to remove it.
On the eve of the most important election in a generation, Otto English asks: will Britain – failed by so much – survive the coming trauma?
In another basic error from the public service broadcaster, its political editor breaks the strict secrecy of the postal ballot.
Harrison Kelly meets some of the teenagers hoping to be elected on Thursday and finds out what motivated them to throw their hats into the ring in the most important General Election for a generation.
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 bell tolls for Nigel Farage's party – one good outcome of the General Election?
Celebrate the Success of the 'Oval Four' – But Don't Forget the Many Others Trapped in a Broken System
The overturning of the convictions of the 'Oval Four' by the Court of Appeal shows our under-funded and chaotic criminal justice system working. Unfortunately this is an exception not the rule
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