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Algeria’s establishment wants quick elections. Protesters see it as a trap.

Months after huge demonstrations toppled President Bouteflika, the ruling establishment is taking steps towards speedy elections.

Missing billions, losing patience: Liberia probe targets former officials

Under pressure over the economy and corruption, President Weah has launched a controversial anti-graft investigation.

Animals are disappearing from forests, with grave consequences for the fight against climate breakdown – new research

It’s tempting to think that our forests would be fine if we could simply stop trees being felled or burnt. But forests –...

Why don’t local people have a greater say in their neighbourhoods?

It’s been 50 years since the UK made its first serious attempt to give local people greater...

For a sustainable future, we need to reconnect with what we’re eating – and each other

Eating alone, once considered an oddity, has become commonplace for many across the Western world. Fast food...

What does a healthy diet look like for me and the planet? It depends where you live

I want people to think about the food that they eat not just from “field to fork”...

Xenophobic attacks: Why the official outrage from Nigeria this time?

After repeated xenophobic attacks in South Africa, the Nigerian government response has typically been muted. Why...

Bearing the Burden: Why Clean Water Is Vital to Elevating Women and Girls out of Poverty

Access to clean water is more than just a health issue – it’s the key to gender...

Mass extinctions made life on Earth more diverse – and might again

In the past half-billion years, Earth has been hit again and again by mass extinctions, wiping out most species...

Charlie Chaplin and the reclaiming of Sudan

Khartoum’s locally-organised open air film screenings epitomise much about Sudan’s ongoing revolution. Earlier...

Emperor Penguins could march to extinction if nations fail to halt climate change

The concept of a canary in a coal mine – a sensitive species that provides an alert to danger...

How divisions between East and West Germany persist 30 years after reunification

he ghost of the Berlin Wall lives on 30 years after its collapse. It sweeps through the statistics on immigrant populations (higher in the...
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