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Is the South African COVID variant immune to vaccines?

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Dr Khan examines fears that the coronavirus variant which began in South Africa might be able to evade current vaccines.

How the siege of Sarajevo changed war reporting

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From the use of armoured cars and flak jackets to digital technology and live satellite broadcasts.

‘I still have nightmares’: Surviving Australia’s Kangaroo Point

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After 50 men were freed from detention in March, the fate of asylum seekers who remained behind is unclear.

Transforming Tajikistan: Between a Soviet past and a Tajik future

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As historic buildings are demolished, some residents of Dushanbe mourn lost memories while others embrace change.

Survivors of the Anfal Kurdish genocide long for closure

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Thirty-three years after mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq, families struggle to identify and bury the victims.

A journey through Chile’s conflict with Mapuche rebel groups

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Lucia Newman explores a rapidly escalating conflict and talks to the elusive leader of the main armed Indigenous group.

What do we know about the AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots?

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Dr Khan examines what we know so far, who should take an AstraZeneca vaccine and the symptoms of a blood clot.

Breathing lessons: A survivor’s guide to long COVID

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Months after contracting COVID-19, I still have fatigue, brain fog, heart palpitations and find it harder to breathe.

Photographing the final days of Gaddafi and his last stronghold

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A photojournalist describes capturing some of the most memorable moments of the war in Libya.

What do Russians really think of Putin and Navalny?

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Young Russians explain which politician they think is better for the country - or why neither of them may be.

How dangerous is India’s ‘double mutant’ COVID-19 variant?

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Dr Khan examines what we know so far about the new variant.

How COVID-19 has impacted Nigerians with disabilities

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From social distancing as a visually impaired person to coping with closed hospitals, five Nigerians tell their stories.

How the colonisation of India influenced global food

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From Britain to France to Portugal, India left its mark on the tastes and menus of its European colonisers.

The social justice activists battling racism and misogyny

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The British activist who campaigned to make ‘upskirting’ illegal and the American anti-racism activist who inspires her.

The complex legacy of Tanzania’s John Magufuli

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The late president has left behind a nation divided in memory of a leader who was simultaneously revered and loathed.

Freda Huson: An Indigenous ‘warrior’ for the next generation

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The Wet'suwet'en matriarch is defending her traditional territories in Canada from the construction of the CGL pipeline.

Out of step: Life with lupus and learning how to walk again

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'My brain gradually shut down until I barely remembered my name and had no control over parts of my body.'

Project Force: AI and the military – a friend or foe?

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Artificial Intelligence is already part of our lives and it will play a key role in future wars. But is it...

Has COVID-19 fatigue caused a third wave in Europe?

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Europe seems to be starting a third wave of COVID-19 despite the vaccine rollout. Why? And what is the New York...

The actress defying cultural norms to tell new stories in Iraq

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Zahraa Ghandour and her mentor Hanaa Edwar have broken tradition to voice the struggles of women in their community.

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