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  • On the other side of the USA Border

    Stories of Deportation by Francois Razon

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  • The Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris

    Nick Kozak reports from barriers immediately set up by the police near the site of the attack

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  • Ukraine Crisis - The Anti-Terror operation

    Mstyslav Chernov’s ongoing coverage on East Ukraine civil war

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  • Mexico protests go on

    Protesters demand action on 43 students missing. By Ramón Ruiz Sampaio

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    Protest in Mexico City
  • Ashura

    The Shiite Muslim celebration in Bangladesh – by Suvra Kanti Das

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  • Rakher Upobash Ritual

    Suvra Kanti Das – Hindu devotees celebrate the ancient festival in Bangladesh

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  • Portraits of a Lost Generation. Spain

    A trip across Spain and youth unemployment. By Juan Herrero

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  • Workers in the Bangladesh garments industry

    Suvra Kanti Das – How garments are manufactured in the Bangladesh industry

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  • Under The Rubble

    Suvra Kanti Das – Ongoing story – The collapse of the Rana Plaza, one of the worst tragedy of modern history

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  • The winter of our discontent

    Mstyslav Chernov – Retrospective on the Maidan’s barricades

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  • Hot Roman Autumns

    Riccardo Budini – 3 years of uncertainty in Italy

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  • Yemen Hunger Crisis

    Juan Herrero – The dramatic and little known hunger emergency past the Arab Spring

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  • Lunik IX

    Artur Conka – The plight of the Roma and travelers in Europe

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  • Intemporality

    Alexandros Demetriades – an emotional and timeless journey across a split country

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capsized ferry in Bangladesh

At least 50 die as ferry capsizes in Padma River, Bangladesh

A ferry on its way to Daulatdia was hit by a cargo vessel. Rescuers have pulled at least 50 bodies out of the Padma, most of them are children and women...
February 22, 2015/by Suvra Kanti Das

Celebrations for the International Mother Language Day in Bangladesh

International Mother Language Day is a celebration of linguistic and cultural diversity, and multilingualism, held every year on 21 February worldwide
February 21, 2015/by Suvra Kanti Das
Barricades built under the Maidan independence monument in the last three months are now burning under the repressive assault of the police. Kiev, Ukraine

Deadly crackdown in Kiev – The heavenly hundred anniversary

The violent and dramatic crackdown that followed three months of anti-government occupation of Maidan square resulted in a brutal bloodshed. Both violent and peaceful...
February 20, 2015/by UnFrame
Rally for The Baras Collective, Bagnolet, France

Rally for The Baras Collective, Bagnolet, France

The Baras Collective, founded over two years ago is threatened with expulsion from a building they have occupied at 72 rue René Alazard Bagnolet. Banners and chants exclaimed: 'Regularization of the undocumented' and 'housing for all'.
January 31, 2015/by Nick Kozak
Shaimaa El-Sabagh in Paris

Tribute to Shaimaa El­-Sabagh in Paris

On January 24, 2015 Egyptian researcher and leftist activist Shaimaa El­-Sabagh was shot dead by purportedly by police, from a distance of less than 8 meters, at a peaceful demonstration that was organized by the Popular Alliance party in Cairo.
January 27, 2015/by Nick Kozak

Protests in Mexico go on

Updates on the protests in Mexico for the 43 Ayotzinapa Students that went missing on Sept. 26, 2014. Mexicans continue to demand for Justice
January 26, 2015/by Ramón Ruiz Sampaio

Anti-polio campaign in Pakistan goes on

Pakistan's fight against the polio virus is still undergoing, with volunteers making even a greater effort now to keep the anti-polio campaign going.
January 20, 2015/by Asim Hafeez
on the other side of the USA Border

On the Other Side – Stories of Deportation

In 2014, around 250,000 Mexicans were deported from the United States. More than 60 000 were left in Tijuana, Mexico, a border city between Mexico-United States where life is a gamble of will, luck, thievery and police arrest....
January 19, 2015/by Francois Razon
Blockade violence in Bangladesh

Victims of Blockade Violence in Bangladesh

Victims of a recent bomb attack in a bus. They receive treatment at a medical college hospital during the ongoing nationwide blockade called by the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP)
January 18, 2015/by Suvra Kanti Das
Bangladeshi devotees over-crowd trains for the Biswa Ijtema World Congregation of Muslims

Devotees overcrowd trains for the Biswa Ijtema

Bangladeshi Muslim devotees go en masse to pray at the World Congregation of Muslims, or Biswa Ijtema and in the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. In order to catch a train...
January 11, 2015/by Suvra Kanti Das
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