In 2015, three schoolgirls were photographed at the airport, en route to Syria. Will any of them ever come home?
In 2013, the Pirate Party won three of Iceland’s 63 parliamentary seats. The trick? A broad, radical policy.
How does Australian immigration work? How many immigrants do they take? And would it work in the UK?
My week, including secret beaches in Puglia, TripAdvisor whingers and Norfolk’s smartening seaside.
Although I wasn’t presuming that the Troubles would continue till Doomsday, I didn’t see the 1998 Belfast Agreement coming.
The harrowing image of a tiny boy who had perished at sea was not enough to spur governments into improving the situation for refugee children.
The so-called “milkmen’s kids law” would seek protection for men who feel they have been duped into raising children they believe are not biologically theirs – at the expense of women’s rights.
The area’s earthquake history can be traced back over seven centuries.
The former Ukip leader has appeared at a Donald Trump rally. It went exactly as you would expect.
Since the failed coup in Turkey, there are on average 200 refugees a day arriving in Greece. But the world's media has gone home.
Deserted fairgrounds, disused factories and forgotten military bases may look cool, but are we fetishising the remnants of such a cruel history?
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