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Steve Shaw sat down with political activist Edward Chin in Hong Kong to discuss how the protests taking the island by storm have a different feel from those which occurred five years ago.
Updates on the lasting legacy of the murdered Maltese journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia.
While the UAE’s mistreatment of migrant labourers is well documented, CJ Werleman shines a spotlight on the abuse being perpetrated against other visitors to the Emirate.
Steve Shaw on worrying developments in Hong Kong residents' fight for freedom – a quest which has now gone beyond concerns about the island's controversial extradition bill.
A report from Kabul on what a post-peace environment in Afghanistan could look like – and the main players looking for power.
15 years ago, John Christmas blew the whistle on fraud at Latvia's Parex bank. But some of the players he exposed are still at the forefront of Putin's destabilisation of the West.
Steve Shaw reports from Hong Kong on the revolution sweeping the streets of the island and its fight for democracy.
As well as its aggression in Kashmir, India has been rounding up and detaining Muslims in Assam since 2016 – but what's to stop it doing so?
India's Actions in Kashmir are Finally Opening the World's Eyes to the Struggles of a Forgotten People
How recent events in Kashmir are shining a light on the plight of Muslims living there – and doing untold damage to the reputation of the world’s largest secular democracy.
Sayed Jalal Shajjan's analysis on why the quest for peace in Afghanistan also requires attention to be paid to the competing desires of India and Pakistan.
Stephen Komarnyckyj tracks the financial dealings of Aleksandr Torshin, the banker behind the Russian Agent Maria Butina, to the UK.
The United Nations has urged the international community to sever ties to companies linked to the Myanmar military, which has perpetrated genocide towards its Rohingya population.
EXCLUSIVE 'Profiting from Destruction': French-Based Insurance Giant Accused of Destroying Palestinian Livelihoods
AXA and its affiliates are heavily invested in occupied territory settlements and illegal Israeli Security Wall.
EXCLUSIVE 'We are Not in the Battlefield, We Are Not Fighters, Why they are Killing Us?' The Human Cost of the Quest for Peace in Afghanistan
Sayed Jalal, based in Kabul, explores how the Afghan civilian population is living through a conflict which impacts ordinary people the most.
By overstating the threat, or continually pushing the idea, that Russia hacked votes in the 2016 US presidential election, we may be playing right into our adversary’s hands