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Bulgarians votes in snap election for third time in four years

Bulgarians votes in snap election for third time in four years. Bulgarians have voted in a snap general election and the result could tilt the...

Where does power reside in Morocco? – Inside Story

Where does power reside in Morocco? – Inside Story. The people of Morocco have been without a government for almost six months. Now the political...

Russian opposition leader held in anti-corruption rally

Russian opposition leader held in anti-corruption rally. Alexei Navalny has been detained in Moscow as a wave of anti-government protests sweep...

Morocco's new PM forms coalition government

Saad Eddine El Othmani, the new prime minister of Morocco, is forming a coalition government with five other parties. The move is ending almost...

Ebola's Lasting Stigma

Liberia's Ministry of Health says that Ebola is no longer a problem. But survivors suffer from neurological damage, and are treated as outcasts.

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China-backed Carrie Lam elected Hong Kong leader

China-backed Carrie Lam elected Hong Kong leader China's favoured candidate, Carrie Lam, has been elected as Hong Kong's new leader. She is the...

Turkey fights rising risk of obesity

Turkey fights rising risk of obesity Government statistics in Turkey show a third of Turks are obese and another third are overweight. Statistics...

Refugees Got Talent - Witness

Mahmoud has been stranded at a Syrian refugee camp in Greece for months. Dealing with the trauma of war and dislocation, depression is spiralling...

Brazil steps up anti-corruption campaign

Brazil's meat industry is just one sector in which the country is fighting corruption. It has been three years since the start of a wider...

Has the rule of engagement changed in Iraq? - Inside Story

There has been a dramatic rise in the number of civilians killed in the fight against ISIL in Syria and Iraq. Rights groups who monitor deaths of...

Israeli factories damaging Palestinian farms

Since the beginning of the year, some 60 new Israeli companies have moved into the occupied West Bank, according to local media reports. But...

Peru's flood victims hope for recovery

Peruvians are waiting for the end of a brutally rainy season. Floods and landslides have already killed at least 80 people since December. More...

Australia to release report on 'racist' juvenile abuse

The Australian government is due to release its final report into alleged mistreatment of indigenous children in prisons in the Northern...

Bangladesh honours 1971 war victims

The Bangladeshi government has observed its first Genocide Day, marking the anniversary of a crackdown on civilians by Pakistani forces in 1971....

Germany: Social Democrats challenge Merkel in local elections

As Germany gears up for national elections in September, the western state of Saarland is preparing to elect its local parliament. Sunday's vote...

East African leaders call for Somalia aid

Heads of state from the Horn of Africa have appealed for funding to help solve Somalia's refugee crisis. More than two million Somalis have been...

Hundreds detained after defying Belarus protest ban

Police in Belarus have arrested hundreds of people trying to hold anti-government protests. Thousands have demonstrated in recent weeks against...

EU leaders pledge unity on 60th anniversary

European Union leaders have put on a united front at a summit in Rome, marking the bloc's 60th anniversary. British Prime Minister Theresa May was...

Battle for Mosul: Civilians at 'grave risk' as fighting intensifies

The US military has admitted it carried out airstrikes in the Iraqi city of Mosul, which are believed to have killed more than 200 people. The...

‘It’s getting worse’: New concerns raised over malnutrition in Nigeria

Medical workers in northeastern Nigeria are treating large numbers of children affected by malnutrition. The UN World Food Program says an...

The art and evolution of headline writing - The Listening Post (Feature)

How have headlines evolved, from their early days in the late 19th century to their bold modern digital descendants?

Wiretaps, hacks and spin in Donald Trump's America - The Listening Post (Lead)

The Listening Post examines the virtually non-stop coverage in the US media of a news story that, upon closer examination, has very little in the...

Conspiracy theories and rumours in Trump's America - The Listening Post (Main)

On The Listening Post this week: Conspiracy theories and rumours swirl in Washington, DC as media and the American public try to make sense of it...

What is at stake for EU economies after Brexit? - Counting the Cost

The Brexit battle lines are being drawn. European leaders are due to meet at the end of April, when they will lay out their strategy for talks with...

Liberia: Economy struggling three years after Ebola outbreak

Three years on from an Ebola outbreak that killed more than 11,000 people, countries in West Africa are still struggling to deal with its effects....

Argentinians demand justice for victims of ‘Dirty War’

Protesters marched in cities across Argentina in remembrance of the victims of the so-called Dirty War, in which tens of thousands were kidnapped,...

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