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Australia's aboriginals: When the river runs dry

Twenty years ago, Jack Picone photographed Nancy just after she was beaten. He wonders what has changed since.

How indigenous wealth is changing Bolivian architecture

A rising indigenous class is putting its money where its homes are and inspiring a new style of architecture.

Telling Syria's story: Media across the battle lines

A look at efforts in Damascus to sell the war inside Syria; plus, how exiled Syrian journalists send the news back home.

Fighting Zika in Brazil

Celso Amorim, Brazil's former foreign minister, says abortion regulation should be relaxed.

Zika virus: 'We have more questions than answers'

As the WHO investigates the massive outbreak of microcephaly in Brazil, we travel to ground zero of the epidemic.

Syrian Kurds and Turkey's Kurdish question

Any future engagement between Turkey and the PKK are marred by changing realities on the ground.

Machiavellians and ordinary youth in Syrian civil war

ISIL is likely to be dismantled militarily, but who will address the diverse grievances of its former militants?

World has slipped into a 'new Cold War': Russian PM

Dimitry Medvedev tells security conference that "unfriendly" NATO policy towards Russia is ratcheting up global tension.

Reality Check: In defence of the UN

Mehdi Hasan looks beyond the organisation's flaws and points to the importance of the UN on the global stage.

Six killed in gun battle near border in India's Kashmir

A 16-hour gun battle began on Friday when government forces swooped on abandoned house.

The enduring art of Palestinian tiles

Despite economic challenges, four generations of the Aslan family have honed the craft in their Nablus workshop.

Bahrain: Five years after the protests

Activist Maryam al-Khawaja in debate with Mansoor al-Arayedh, the chairman of the Gulf Council for Foreign Relations.

Libyan military plane shot down near Benghazi

The plane has become the MiG-23 operated by forces loyal to Libya's recognised government that crashed in the past week.

Reports: EU poised to restrict passport-free travel

As refugees continue to arrive, EU blames Greece for influx and could invoke emergency rule to control borders.

US calls Assad 'deluded' to think he'll win Syrian war

With Russia changing the balance of power, Syrian president vows to retake the country, but a heavy price will be paid.

Pope Francis in visit of hope to Mexico

Francis wants to stand with victims of corruption, violence and organised crime during his five-day visit to Mexico.

US deploys more Patriot missiles in South Korea

Tensions deepen after North Korea's rocket launch as Washington and Seoul in talks on controversial missile deployment.

Left behind in Eastern Ukraine

One year after the ceasefire agreement, we return to Eastern Ukraine to hear the stories of those left behind.

Pope meets Russian Orthodox head after 962-year split

Church reconciliation and the welfare of Christians in M East and Africa in the agenda of historic talks held in Cuba.

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