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Laos still living with unexploded US bombs

Since the war ended in 1975, bombs have killed or maimed over 20,000 people, many of them children.

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Creative chutzpah in Kashmir

Creative chutzpah in Kashmir

The group feel a social responsibility to respond to injustice, writes Giedre Steikunaite.

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Introducing Marco Arana Zegarra

The politician seemingly came out of nowhere, writes Richard Swift.

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Decolonization of Chagos?

Decolonization of Chagos?

Mauritian activists have for 45 years been calling for the closure of Diego Garcia and the right of return for Chagossians, Lindsey Collen reports.

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Batting for integration in Britain

Batting for integration in Britain

Brighton’s young refugees are just one of many groups to enjoy the welcome extended by the club over the years. Amy Hall reports.

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 Demonstrators protest against state brutality at a rally in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa last August.Photo: Tiksa Negeri/Reuters

Ethiopian regime under pressure

Growing civil unrest in Ethiopia suggests that the ruling party may be beginning to lose its grip on power, Matthew Newsome writes.

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Health rights advocacy group APCOM’s PrEP mascot hits the campaign trail in Bangkok.Photo: APCOM Thailand

PrEPped to go?

A new HIV preventive drug has sparked debate around the globe, as Amy Hall discovers.

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Blinded by 'technology'

For all the fancy packaging, many of our gadgets have nothing to do with capitalist success stories. Bob Hughes explains.

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Matters of life and death

Isabelle Gerretsen talks to doctors in the Netherlands – where euthanasia is legal – about supporting patients who choose to die.

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Why a basic income could be a gift to the Right

The desirability of a basic income depends on what we are expected to give up in return, writes Nick Dowson.

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Caged life: two men at the All Nations centre in Myitkyina, where new admissions are often locked in such cages during the initial period of their withdrawal. Photo: Martin Bader

For their own good

Sophie Cousins reports on different approaches to tackling Burma’s drug addiction crisis.

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Action on Colombia

Organizations around the world that support human rights in Colombia.

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Irrael Aguilar (left) is one of the indigenous Zenú leaders who lives under severe threats for his involvement in environmental struggles. He is accompanied by fellow leader Juan Urango.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik

‘We are slowly being killed by this mine’

The British-Australian mine of Cerro Matoso has been linked to birth defects, pollution, poverty and paramilitary pay-offs. Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik investigates.

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Niver (33), joined FARC at 17.
'What am I going to do when I return to society? The question should be what we can give back to society. I want to educate people about Che Guevara, our liberator Simón Bolivar and Marx. When I joined FARC, I was a poor farmer and had nothing to lose. After all these years I have learned so much that I want to give a lot to the people. A better Colombia is not a better car or a bigger house – it’s a Colombia where there is food and education for everyone.'Marielle van Uitert

‘No jeans or high heels for me’

Rebels talk about the big life changes they are facing. A photo story from a FARC jungle hideout by Marielle van Uitert and Sytske Susie Jellema.

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Colombians cling to the glimpse of peace offered by the historic accord between FARC and the government.Photo: Guillermo Lagaria/AFP/Getty

Peace in Colombia?

Another shock referendum result – this time in Colombia. Tatiana Garavito assesses the chances of ending the longest conflict in the western world.

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Laos still living with unexploded US bombs

Since the war ended in 1975, bombs have killed or maimed over 20,000 people, many of them children.

New Internationalist Editorial November, 2016 497 Buy
Creative chutzpah in Kashmir

The group feel a social responsibility to respond to injustice, writes Giedre Steikunaite.

Giedre Steikunaite November, 2016 497 Buy
Introducing Marco Arana Zegarra

The politician seemingly came out of nowhere, writes Richard Swift.

Richard Swift November, 2016 497 Buy
Decolonization of Chagos?

Mauritian activists have for 45 years been calling for the closure of Diego Garcia and the right of return for Chagossians, Lindsey Collen reports.

Lindsey Collen November, 2016 497 Buy
Batting for integration in Britain

Brighton’s young refugees are just one of many groups to enjoy the welcome extended by the club over the years. Amy Hall reports.

Amy Hall November, 2016 497 Buy
Ethiopian regime under pressure

Growing civil unrest in Ethiopia suggests that the ruling party may be beginning to lose its grip on power, Matthew Newsome writes.

Matthew Newsome November, 2016 497 Buy
PrEPped to go?

A new HIV preventive drug has sparked debate around the globe, as Amy Hall discovers.

Amy Hall November, 2016 497 Buy
Blinded by 'technology'

For all the fancy packaging, many of our gadgets have nothing to do with capitalist success stories. Bob Hughes explains.

Bob Hughes November, 2016 497 Buy
Matters of life and death

Isabelle Gerretsen talks to doctors in the Netherlands – where euthanasia is legal – about supporting patients who choose to die.

Isabelle Gerretsen November, 2016 497 Buy
Why a basic income could be a gift to the Right

The desirability of a basic income depends on what we are expected to give up in return, writes Nick Dowson.

Nick Dowson November, 2016 497 Buy
For their own good

Sophie Cousins reports on different approaches to tackling Burma’s drug addiction crisis.

Sophie Cousins November, 2016 497 Buy
Action on Colombia

Organizations around the world that support human rights in Colombia.

November, 2016 497 Buy
‘We are slowly being killed by this mine’

The British-Australian mine of Cerro Matoso has been linked to birth defects, pollution, poverty and paramilitary pay-offs. Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik investigates.

Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik November, 2016 497 Buy
‘No jeans or high heels for me’

Rebels talk about the big life changes they are facing. A photo story from a FARC jungle hideout by Marielle van Uitert and Sytske Susie Jellema.

Marielle van Uitert, Sytske Susie Jellema November, 2016 497 Buy
Peace in Colombia?

Another shock referendum result – this time in Colombia. Tatiana Garavito assesses the chances of ending the longest conflict in the western world.

Tatiana Garavito November, 2016 497 Buy