Horrifying new images of the atrocities committed by the regime of Mahinda Rajapaksa during the final phase of the war against Tamil separatists

Israeli restrictions on aid to Palestinians cost agencies $4.5 million a year

Over 90% of the thousands of “Taliban” US General Petraeus claimed captured in SOF night-time raids turn out to be innocent civilians

Interview with Malcolm beith , author of the book "The Last Narco"

Abdullah is a very old Afghan man hospitalised at the Emergency Hospital in Lashkargah. Having spent most of his life skirting around the edges of warfare, he had finally collided directly with it

A new pension reform: men will become eligible for retirement at the age of 58, instead of the previous 66, and women and miners will be eligible at 56

The new National Defence Programme: moving from a Cold War to an anti-China mood

A new political movement to fit a new political scenario, in which the Basque left tenaciously continues its search for a peaceful solution

WikiLeaks reveals Saudi plans to crush Hezbollah, and US attempts to reduce tension with Iran

Shanghai freezes property loans. A brief red-light for an economy on the gallop

Giovanni Giacopuzzi, historian and author, examines the numerous ceasefires and negotiations over the years, leading up to the recent announcement. The growing importance of a politically-channelled will to independence

A video documenting labour rights abuses at Foxconn’s plants in Chengdu, a factory exclusively producing for Apple

The Minister for Finance threatened and intimidated, clashes between supporters of Mugabe’s party and political infighting: tension mounts in Zimbabwe

Tajikistan, the poorest of the five ex-Soviet republics in Central Asia, is slowly turning into a Chinese colony

Spratly, Senkaku, Kurile: a mega-game between superpowers and mini players

New proof of secret agreements with the USA that contradict with the pacifist principles of Eisaku Sato

A new social security law will make China a little more like the West and apply to foreigners as well. But we’re already complaining about it

One of the icons of the revolution might not even exist, but that’s not the only point of uncertainty

More than three million children forced to work. Awareness and concrete action needed for pressing and complex social problem

Interview with the acclaimed Serbian graphic journalist, guest of the Komikazen Festival

Extradition to the United States ends the career of the man reputed to be the world’s biggest arms dealer. But is this really the last chapter of his story?

In Nairobi, mining ministers from eleven African states have signed an agreement on ending “the raw materials war”. A conduct code for companies that trading in “high risk” minerals.

Opium production booms in the territories controlled by rebels opposed to Burma’s military junta.

China’s economic model is creating opportunities for the Global South. But the Dragon still has a lot to learn

Thousands are going to South Africa in search of life-saving remedies not available in their own country, creating a highly dangerous short circuit

It looks like a teabag, but it turns dirty water into drinking water

The regime prepares for elections on 7 November, leaving nothing to chance, with the result a foregone conclusion

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