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Illustration: Schlorian

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Green resistance by Schlorian (Switzerland)

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Inequality Watch

Jeff Bezos’ fortune vs Ethiopia’s health budget

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Seriously?

The world now has child influencers.

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Borderlines

Borderlines

A look at a study that shows how photos of migrants can influence the political behaviour of those who view them.

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Dhaka's bachelors of Bashundhara

Parsa Sanjana Sajid shines a light on the stigma faced by single men looking for housing.

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Letters

Letters

Praise, blame and all points in between? Give us your feedback.

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View from America: The new climate moment

View from America: The new climate moment

Mark Engler on the US's Green New Deal. What does it mean for for America, and beyond?

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View from India: Will cows and temples still deliver a mandate for Modi?

View from India: Will cows and temples still deliver a mandate for Modi?

Nilanjana Bhowmick weighs up Modi's chances in the coming elections in India.

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Reasons to be cheerful

R Kelly finally dropped; waking up for sleep sickness sufferers; free to love in Angola.

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Israel: musical chairs

Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party still leads the polls despite the ongoing investigation into corruption allegations against him.

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Maria Augusta, 85, lives in fear of eviction since her building was sold to a company planning to invest in short-term rentals.Photo: Marta Vidal

Portugal: tourists, tourists everywhere

Marta Vidal talks to Maria Augusta, 85, who lives in fear of eviction since her building was sold to a company planning to invest in short-term rentals.

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Coalminers in treacherous ‘rat-hole’ mines work without safety equipment or rescue protocols in northeast India.Photo: Tashi Tobgyal / Indian Express Archive

India: into the darkness

Coalminers in treacherous ‘rat-hole’ mines work without safety equipment or rescue protocols in northeast India.

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Senegal: if you build it…

Senegal: if you build it…

The Museum of Black Civilizations has opened in Dakar yet many of its galleries remain empty.

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Turkey: wolf at the door

Turkey: wolf at the door

The Kurdish MP has been on hunger strike since November.

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Green resistance by Schlorian (Switzerland)

Schlorian March, 2019 518 Buy
Sign of the times

Frack off!

March, 2019 518 Buy
Inequality Watch

Jeff Bezos’ fortune vs Ethiopia’s health budget

March, 2019 518 Buy
Seriously?

The world now has child influencers.

March, 2019 518 Buy
Borderlines

A look at a study that shows how photos of migrants can influence the political behaviour of those who view them.

March, 2019 518 Buy
Dhaka's bachelors of Bashundhara

Parsa Sanjana Sajid shines a light on the stigma faced by single men looking for housing.

Parsa Sanjana Sajid March, 2019 518 Buy
Letters

Praise, blame and all points in between? Give us your feedback.

March, 2019 518 Read
View from America: The new climate moment

Mark Engler on the US's Green New Deal. What does it mean for for America, and beyond?

Mark Engler March, 2019 518 Buy
View from India: Will cows and temples still deliver a mandate for Modi?

Nilanjana Bhowmick weighs up Modi's chances in the coming elections in India.

Nilanjana Bhowmick March, 2019 518 Buy
Reasons to be cheerful

R Kelly finally dropped; waking up for sleep sickness sufferers; free to love in Angola.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2019 518 Buy
Israel: musical chairs

Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party still leads the polls despite the ongoing investigation into corruption allegations against him.

Thomas Kilroy March, 2019 518 Buy
Portugal: tourists, tourists everywhere

Marta Vidal talks to Maria Augusta, 85, who lives in fear of eviction since her building was sold to a company planning to invest in short-term rentals.

March, 2019 518 Buy
India: into the darkness

Coalminers in treacherous ‘rat-hole’ mines work without safety equipment or rescue protocols in northeast India.

March, 2019 518 Buy
Senegal: if you build it…

The Museum of Black Civilizations has opened in Dakar yet many of its galleries remain empty.

March, 2019 518 Buy
Turkey: wolf at the door

The Kurdish MP has been on hunger strike since November.

March, 2019 518 Buy