As Syrian government forces close in on them, residents of Idlib ask if the world will just stand aside and watch. "The hardest part is not knowing where to go," says Ahlam, who asked that her full name
Should major constitutional shifts require voter super-majorities to avoid bitter divisions in society? Glasgow, United Kingdom - In August 1998, voters from Nevis went to the polls to decide the constitutional
Families of men killed in 'false positives' scandal accuse Mario Montoya of withholding information in JEP hearing. Bogota, Colombia - Families of young men extrajudicially killed by Colombia's army in
Protests spread across Canada to support Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs who say they were not consulted on a pipeline. That was how Sophia Sidarous, a young Indigenous organiser and member of Metepenagiag
After Seattle, resolution by Cambridge city council in Massachusetts asks India to repeal the Citizenship Amendment Act. Cambridge in Massachusetts state has become the second city in the United States
Cambodia is preparing for suspension of some its Everything But Arms trade privileges after opposition crackdown. Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Cambodia's government is preparing for the European Union to partially
Syria's refugee crisis has shone a light on sex trafficking in Lebanon, where victims are often treated as criminals. Beirut, Lebanon - "How do I know most of the women working as prostitutes are controlled?"
Hong Kong’s domestic workers struggle to defend already meagre rights as virus triggers calls for them to stay at home. Hong Kong. China - Domestic workers in Hong Kong typically only have one day off