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It has been nearly 100 days since Myanmar’s military took power in a coup, triggering mass protests. The country's security forces have responded with violence. Hundreds have been killed in the crackdown.Shortly after the coup in February, Myanmar’s ambassador to the United Nations spoke out against the military leaders. Ambassadors of many countri…
 
A Palestinian boy who was rescued from danger in 1967 grew up to become a major global figure in the Red Crescent and Red Cross, while a Jordanian woman who struggled to get into American medical schools now leads cutting-edge research into rheumatic treatments.Dr Hossam Elsharkawi was rescued from Gaza during the 1967 Arab-Israeli War; decades lat…
 
The Ibera wetlands are a 1.3 million-hectare (3.2 million-acre) natural reserve in northeastern Argentina. But in recent years, wildlife in the area has suffered because of rapid development, industrialised agriculture and uncontrolled cattle grazing.Argentina is one of the world’s top food producers. Beef and grain are some of its main exports. An…
 
Having lifted 20 million Brazilians out of poverty, Lula da Silva left office in 2011 after an eight-year term, with a nearly 90 percent approval rating.Three years later, a criminal investigation estimated that more than $2bn had been largely embezzled through Brazil’s oil company Petrobras' funds. It led to the imprisonment of several politicians…
 
Amina Mohammed has risen from humble beginnings in Nigeria to become the most powerful woman in the United Nations. For more than 30 years, she has worked hard to shine a light on the developmental challenges facing our world – particularly women.At a time when there are concerns that the COVID-19 pandemic could wipe out the progress made towards g…
 
Following the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s, international courts sought to bring justice to the victims of war crimes.While many cases were taken on by the International Tribunal at The Hague, other local authorities and courts also convicted people, often along partisan and ethnic lines.This may be what happened to Mirko Graorac, a Serbian traffic p…
 
Ireland is one of Europe's economic success stories, ranking amongst the world's wealthiest countries.Now, the Irish government is looking to play a more prominent diplomatic role on the world stage. Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney even travelled to Tehran recently to meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, aiming to make Ireland a m…
 
At 7,000 kilometres (4,350 miles), the Nile is Africa’s longest river. But a mega project, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, has triggered a major dispute in the region.While Addis Ababa says the dam is crucial to its economic development, Cairo calls it an existential threat. And Khartoum fears the project will increase the risk of flooding and…
 
February 1 marked the start of a coup by the army in Myanmar.Elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other officials were detained and a state of emergency declared. All communication services were shut down, but that did not stop from people from taking to the streets.Having lived under military rule for 50 years, many were determined to hold onto the…
 
"Less is more," so the saying goes.While many people aspire to earn more, buy more and own more, some are challenging material values and looking to seriously declutter their lives.The "simple living" movement, also known as minimalism, is about being satisfied with what you have rather than constantly craving more.In this documentary, a social med…
 
October 2019 marked the beginning of the largest grassroots protests in Iraq’s modern history.The so-called October Revolution was driven by young people who came of age in the post-Saddam Hussein era, but whose dreams for a better future did not materialise because of a ruling class they saw as corrupt and beholden to foreign interests.In this epi…
 
Against the backdrop of one of Morocco’s most remote areas, hope for the next generation of rural children comes in the shape of three dedicated teachers – dubbed the "women in the wind".Teachers around the world face significant challenges every day, from having to discipline students to dealing with a lack of resources. But the three Moroccan wom…
 
Sri Lanka’s civil war lasted nearly 30 years.Although it ended in 2009, deep wounds are still open.More than 100,000 people were killed and numerous atrocities and war crimes were committed.Twelve years on, many say justice has not been served.A United Nations report warns that "the failure of Sri Lanka to address past violations has significantly …
 
Marriages of convenience, or sham weddings, are an illegal way of obtaining residency and citizenship in Europe countries and elsewhere.This film meets men and women who marry - or plan to marry - people they hardly know, with the sole objective of obtaining European residency for one of them. These deals can sometimes cost one of the "partners" as…
 
President Jovenel Moïse has been accused of illegally extending his time in power. Opposition parties say the Haitian leader should have stepped down last month, but he says he can remain until 2022 after presidential elections are held this year.The dispute has been running since Moïse was voted into office in 2015 in an election that was later ca…
 
Volcanic eruptions, large-scale destruction, seismic movements and emergency evacuation - are all constant threats to the three million people who live near the world's most dangerous active volcano, Mount Vesuvius, near Naples, Italy.The 800,000 who live in the "red zone" in the immediate vicinity of the volcano are at even greater risk.Mount Vesu…
 
As her country’s top diplomat, Arancha Gonzalez Laya has had to navigate and respond to questions about Spain’s foreign policy on a variety of issues.Gonzalez Laya’s first official trip of 2021 was to the Gulf region: the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.In Abu Dhabi she conveyed her government’s hopes for a solution to the war in Yemen.In Riyadh, the f…
 
Cafés and thickly brewed Arabic coffee have often been at the heart of literary, artistic and political change in the Arab world practically from the beginning.Arab cafés are meeting places, watering holes, smoking dens, board game venues, hubs of conversation, political chatrooms - or simply somewhere to pass the time.Some attract business people,…
 
After 30 years of chaos and conflict, this was going to be a critical year for Somalia. It was supposed to be the first one-person-one-vote election in 50 years. However, in September, that plan was abandoned and replaced with indirect elections for Parliament in December and for the president on February 8. Neither happened.Now, the official time …
 
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