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BBC Arabic takes a look at the Palestinian clashes with the IDF, and how a perpetual state of a-symmetrical warfare has exhausted the beleaguered Palestinian people.
The Greek wildfires of 2018 were a final injustice inflicted on a people already crippled by a decade of severe austerity. SBS heads to the disaster stricken area to pay witness to the suffering.
SBS's Amos Roberts heads to Iowa to gauge the temperature on the upcoming US midterm elections. Billed by the media as a referendum on the Trump administration with talk of a 'Blue Wave' amongst the punditry, few are under any doubts as to the significance of these elections. As a state that went twice to Obama and then to Trump, Iowa is an exemplary case study in the how traditional political ...
In Uganda, crippling poverty and cultural pressures combine to push mothers - who are themselves powerless to cater to their newborn's needs - to end their suffering. Often left to raise disabled children alone, the mercy is as much for the mother as it is for the child; social stigma ostracises the afflicted, leading to isolation in a country where community support is vital.
Americans are set to vote in the mid-terms tomorrow, in an election that will determine American politics for the next two years. Nate Silver and his organisation use data to predict the likely outcome.
The majority of migrants entering Italy are funnelled into privately-run emergency reception centres – yet evidence suggests these centres often prove lucrative for organised crime syndicates, at the immigrants’ expense.
To combat repeat crime offences in Brazil, one controversial prison, APAC, has been created with open doors. It teaches rehabilitation and reform to nonviolent offenders, rather than fear and violence.
Though LA is one of the US’s wealthiest neighbourhoods, the metropolis’s ‘Skid Row’ harbours a huge homeless community. As living costs have soared, homelessness has increased by around 50% since 2012.