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Violence in Barcelona after jail terms are handed down to Catalan separatist leaders
Turkey, Syria and the Kurds
Turkey moves into Syria. But where does this leave the Kurds?
From Our Home Correspondent 22/10/2019
Making cider, shrinking families, being non-binary, village newsletters, festival letters
The Basketball Row
Basketball - the latest front in the fallout between China and the United States
South Africa's political earthquake
South Africa's political resignation that has reopened apartheid era wounds
A Modern Day Evita
An election in Argentina that has revived memories of Eva Peron
Rugby and Typhoons
A festival of rugby in Japan, but no thanks to the weather
Albania's Iranian Guests
The Iranian exiles fighting for change at home but struggling to adapt to life in Europe
What the murder of a Mormon family in Mexico reveals about the country
A 'wow' moment in Latin America
From coca farmer to president, to political exile; the story of Bolivia’s Evo Morales
If we burn you burn with us
The protesters who believe they are fighting for Hong Kong’s very existence
From Our Home Correspondent 17/11/2019
Don valley floods, Hartlepool drug misuse, jellied eels, prisoners' children and London.
Zimbabwe's excuses run dry
Water shortages and blackouts turn Zimbabwe into a ghostly place of shadows after sunset.
Shunned in Sri Lanka
After the Easter bomb attacks by Islamist militants, Sri Lanka's Muslims are shunned.
The fragile peace on the frontline in Eastern Ukraine
Can peace gain a foothold in the deadlocked conflict in Eastern Ukraine?
The despair over India's failure to confront sexual violence. Why are the victims blamed?
Taiwan's Bright Ideas
Taiwan, increasingly innovative, pluralistic and assertive, is standing up to China.
Death In Baghdad
The killing of an Iranian general and the potential consequences for a nervous world
Iran's Divided Loyalties
Reactions to General Suleimani's targeted killing at home and in the Iranian diaspora.
Japanese Justice and the Fugitive CEO
Our correspondent on a troubling authoritarianism inside Japan's "hostage justice" system
From Our Home Correspondent 19/01/2020
Being undocumented, a refugee when ten, bug pasta, young drivers, a Captain Cook legacy.
Angola's Asymmetrical Billionaire
Africa's richest woman says she won't be pigeon holed and the stories about her are lies.