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What began as a homegrown Islamic protest movement in the country’s north is metastasizing, along with the crisis it created.
In spite of continuing anti-coup protests, the junta's long reliance on the rule of force remains immovable.
The Prime Minister’s sudden eruption of Christian conviction will ring especially hollow in Europe, Scotland and the NHS.
After priding himself on keeping the country somewhat open, the French president has imposed a new national lockdown.
From pensions to pubs to vaccine passports, young people’s frustration with the “selfish boomers” is boiling over.
Britain’s confused Turing programme may harm the “Global Britain” vision the government hopes to encourage.
Substance use is soaring as the country teeters on the edge of political and economic collapse.
Countries must act fast now, but also prepare for a long-haul effort to defeat the virus.
How a new investigation into a 1951 spy trial exposed long-running injustices committed in the name of US security.
From German unification to post-Franco Spain, periods of rapid release and liberalisation have often caused Europe’s culture to flourish. Can it do so again?
Talk of a “surge” in migrants masks the true problem: the US’s inhumane treatment of children and their families.