Illustration: Emma Peer

Reasons to be cheerful

Step aside, Columbus; Farmers triumph; Ancient buzz.

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NI 535 - Romani lives matter - January, 2022
Crypto-mining surge

Crypto-mining surge

The summer of 2021 in Iran was marked by frequent, dangerous power outages.

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NI 535 - Romani lives matter - January, 2022
Light in the darkness. A Polish resident in Michałowo, a town a few kilometres from the Belarus border, puts a green light in her window as a sign of welcome to migrants.Photo: Michele Amoruso

Playing with lives

Hanna Grześkiewicz reports on the humanitarian crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border.

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NI 535 - Romani lives matter - January, 2022
More of the same. Insufficient action on climate means more cyclones like Mora, which hit Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in 2017.Photo: Suman Paul Himu/Drik

Loss and damage

Rich countries’ refuse to compensate vulnerable countries.

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Girls for girls

Girls for girls

Defying the Taliban’s resurgent war on women.

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NI 535 - Romani lives matter - January, 2022
The colour of wine

The colour of wine

In recent years, black wine growers, distillers’ and drinkers have been staking their claim on the industry.

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NI 535 - Romani lives matter - January, 2022
Democratic transition upended: a demonstrator protests the renewed prospect of military rule in Khartoum, Sudan, October 2021.Photo: Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters

Rolling coup

When will Sudan's military hand back power?

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NI 535 - Romani lives matter - January, 2022
Illustration: Emma Peer

Reasons to be cheerful

On Yer Bike; Vax Attack; Taxi Home.

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NI 534 - The future of work - November, 2021
Bad taste

Bad taste

iFood riders call for better pay and the end of unfair dismissal.

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NI 534 - The future of work - November, 2021
Women dance at a solidarity street party for undocumented migrants in Dublin, Ireland, where the government has just announced a sweeping amnesty.Photo: Brian Lawless/Alamy

Out of the shadows

Luke Butterly reports on a ‘potentially life-changing scheme’ from Ireland.

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NI 534 - The future of work - November, 2021
The Basòdino glacier lies in the borderlands between Switzerland and Italy, but it has retreated by 80 per cent since 1850. On 12 September, activists climbed the mountain to stage a ‘funeral’.Photo: Daniel Pittet

Farewell to a glacier

Nicholas Hutchinson mourns the death of the Basòdino glacier in Switzerland.

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Digital turn

Digital turn

Maxine Betteridge-Moes reports from Western Sahara.

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NI 534 - The future of work - November, 2021
Illustration: Emma Peer

Introducing... Hibatullah Akhundzada

The unlikely ‘friendly face’ of the Taliban.

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NI 534 - The future of work - November, 2021
A cop out? Activists don’t expect climate justice to emerge from negotiations at the UN summit under the leadership of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (whose head featured in a Greenpeace protest against plastic, outside Downing Street, London earlier this year).Photo: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

Will COP26 deliver?

Activists don’t expect climate justice to emerge from negotiations at the UN summit, reports Eve Livingston.

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Illustration: Emma Peer

Reasons to be cheerful

Après macdo; Keep the faith; Nelson’s column.

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NI 533 - Food justice: who gets to eat? - September, 2021
Iron fist

Iron fist

President Ivan Duque has promised to ‘modernize’ Colombia’s police force.

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NI 533 - Food justice: who gets to eat? - September, 2021
Forgotten genocide: a delegation from Namibia gathers in Berlin to mourn the victims of the 1904-1908 genocide during a ceremony to hand over human remains used for the purposes of eugenics and colonial race science.Photo: Christian Mang/Reuters/Alamy

Reparations not aid

Germany acknowledges its country’s historic crimes against the Herero and Nama people.

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NI 533 - Food justice: who gets to eat? - September, 2021
Lost childhood: a memorial outside British Columbia's parliament remembers over 200 children whose remains where found in the grounds of a residential school in Kamloops.Photo: Wirestock/Alamy

Heavy truth

Canada finds the unmarked graves of 215 indigenous children.

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NI 533 - Food justice: who gets to eat? - September, 2021
Justice for Berta

Justice for Berta

Update from Honduras on the murder of indigenous environmental activist Berta Cáceres.

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NI 533 - Food justice: who gets to eat? - September, 2021

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Romani lives matter January, 2022
Romani lives matter January, 2022
Romani lives matter January, 2022
Romani lives matter January, 2022
Romani lives matter January, 2022
Romani lives matter January, 2022
Romani lives matter January, 2022
Romani lives matter January, 2022
The future of work November, 2021
The future of work November, 2021
The future of work November, 2021
The future of work November, 2021
The future of work November, 2021
The future of work November, 2021
The future of work November, 2021
Food justice: who gets to eat? September, 2021
Food justice: who gets to eat? September, 2021
Food justice: who gets to eat? September, 2021
Food justice: who gets to eat? September, 2021
Food justice: who gets to eat? September, 2021
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