Orwell prizewinner and Palestinian human rights lawyer Raja Shehadeh on his new memoir.
The Guatemalan orphanage fire, UK child sexual abuse inquiry and Irish care home mass baby grave confirm orphanages do not protect children – they harm them.
On 15 March 2011, Syrians gathered in the old city of Damascus. They hoped for change.
The richest Americans could see their incomes rise by between 10.2 per cent and 16 per cent.
Both Turks and Europeans can point to double standards.
Will the state’s gamble with the economy pay off?
After six years of war, Syria’s moderate rebels are broken and marginalised. And now, as Bashar al-Assad has wished for so long, al-Qaeda extremists are leading the insurgency.
The far-right presidential candidate in the French election is facing an investigation into "fake" jobs at the European Parliament. But will it affect her ratings?
You don’t have to look far to read complaints about the “service” at Auschwitz-Birkenau, which should trouble me, but rather makes me howl with laughter.
A victory for Macron would affect more than France – it would bolster the European project.
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