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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.

‘Warrior women together’: Mothers of the Black trans family

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Activist LaSaia Wade is combating systemic inequality in the LGBTQ community by following in her role model’s footsteps.

Dr Alero Roberts: Nigeria’s anti-COVID ‘Amazon’

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The TV doctor and public health specialist in conversation with her mentor and sister-in-law, Dr Kofo Odusote.

The anti-hunger advocate and her great-grandmother’s lodge

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World Food Program USA’s chief advocacy officer on the great-grandmother whose independent spirit inspires her.

The epidemiologist and her fight to prevent the next pandemic

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New York City Health + Hospitals’s Syra Madad on the women who inspired her at home and in her work in...

‘Some stay, some die’: The horror of Ukraine’s war camps

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Survivors give grisly testimony of torture, executions at war camps in eastern Ukraine's breakaway regions.

Is there a link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots?

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Dr Khan explains why the European Medicines Agency has declared AstraZeneca’s vaccine to be 'safe and effective'.

The revolutionary and the shoulders upon which she stands

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Civic change agent Sarah Williams tells the story of the grandmother who inspires her to fight for racial justice.

The history of the duster and my trailblazing grandmother

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So different from the women she grew up with, my grandmother rocked a hot pink housecoat while pursuing her career.

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