In 2015, three schoolgirls were photographed at the airport, en route to Syria. Will any of them ever come home?
Representatives in the Russian parliament, the Duma, have long been unpopular. Yet President Putin is immune to voter's discontent.
The Democratic presidential candidate called out her rival on multiple occasions.
The former secretary of state landed some solid blows on the tycoon but in the age of post-truth politics what matters more is how people feel.
As the US presidential candidates prepare for their first debate, can such events affect the outcome? We look at past debates and the polls that followed.
The ability of the candiates to perform in front of the cameras is unlikely to impact the final result.
The latest flare up of violence in the US is a reminder that the election of the first black president did not herald a new age of post-racial harmony.
The mustering of Bernie’s and Donald’s armies, along with the Brexit vote, may signify the end of the neoliberal world order which has ruled since the 1980s. So what next?
Muslim immigrants don't bring terrorism - ideology does.
Only the few who have managed to flee the war-torn country can reveal the suffering of those left behind.
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