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Rugby and Typhoons
A festival of rugby in Japan, but no thanks to the weather
Have the Taliban changed?
Stories about the Afghan-Taliban peace talks in Qatar, and from Yemen, Cuba and Sicily.
Stories of leaving Lebanon, and ones from Chile, the Philippines, Australia and Germany.
Mozambique: the birth of a new conflict
Reports from northern Mozambique, Nagorno-Karabakh, Hong Kong, Germany and France.
War in Nagorno-Karabakh - or Artsakh
Stories from the war in Nagorno-Karabakh and from the US, the Vatican, Pakistan and Corfu
US: the Covid Campaign
Stories on President Trump's Covid-19 and from Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Dubai and France
Stuck on Lesbos
Stories about refugees on Lesbos in Greece, and from Kenya, Hong Kong, India and Belarus.
Looking at America
Stories on how Africa and China see the US elections, and from Brazil, Russia and Belgium
The King and Thais
Stories on political upheaval in Thailand, and from Spain, Jordan, China and Italy.
Tensions in rural South Africa
Stories on racial tensions in rural South Africa, and from Paraguay, Tuscany and France.
Voting Early in the US Elections
Stories on the US elections, Lebanon, Chile, and from Seychelles and on travelling.
An unprecedented US election
Stories on a US election in a pandemic year, and from Nigeria, Poland and Germany.
Investigating Nigeria's protest shootings
Stories on Nigeria's fatal protest shootings and from China, America, Turkey and Malta.
The Murder of Afghanistan's Dreams
Stories on the attack in Afghanistan and from Vienna, Sicily, Kyrgyzstan and South Africa
US election: Georgia, the new swing state?
Stories from the US state of Georgia, Indonesian Papua, Venice and Crete.
Diwali in India during the pandemic
Stories about Diwali in India, from Azerbaijan, Martinique, the Netherlands and Canada.
United States: Presidential transitions
Stories on the US presidential transition and from Brazil, Russia, France and Madagascar.
Facing defeat in Nagorno-Karabakh
Stories on Armenian losses in Nagorno-Karabakh, and from Peru, Pakistan, Canada, France.
Stamping out dissent in Hong Kong
Stories from Hong Kong, Belarus, Chile, Australia and on Covid-19's impact on concerts.
American presidents and the Middle East
Stories from the Middle East, Thailand, Calabria, Germany and the Galapagos islands.
The true state of the pandemic in Turkey
Stories on Covid-19 in Turkey; from Sudan's Darfur, Bethlehem, and 2020 seen from the US.
Key moments of 2020 reported by our correspondents
Key moments of 2020 and thought provoking dispatches by our correspondents.
President Trump’s Legacy
The leadership style that led to the dramatic events at Capitol Hill
A story of discrimination and abuse: Ireland’s mother and baby homes
Wuhan – one year on
A visit to Wuhan’s wet food market
India’s farmers protest
Farmers clash with police over planned agricultural reforms
Brazil’s Steady Stream of Grief
Manaus buries its dead as a brutal second wave rages through the Amazonian city
The country faces economic collapse amid tighter restrictions
The Lady and the General
Reflections on Aung San Suu Kyi's leadership after another military coup
Egypt’s brief wind of change
Ten years after the revolution, Egypt remains in thrall to the army.
Israel’s Vaccine Rollout
Netanyahu hopes for a boost in support from the vaccine programme ahead of elections.
A tribal gathering in Yemen
Tribesmen in Shabwa province talk about their experiences of the multi-layered conflict
Zuma’s Moment of Reckoning
Jacob Zuma is evading the corruption inquiry, but how long can he escape justice?
Afghanistan at a crossroads
Afghanistan's president sounds a note of optimism despite a surge in violence recently
The New York Moment
New York is reopening but our correspondent reflects on how it can return to life
Crises in the Caucasus
The arrival of Spring in Georgia and Armenia has brought more political instability.
Brazil’s Long Battle Against Covid
We reflect on the last year as the country saw its deadliest week of the pandemic
Ten years on from the Great Japan Earthquake, what happened to Fukushima's nuclear zone?
The Pope and the Ayatollah
We follow the papal visit, where he visited Christians and met Ayatollah al-Sistani
The story of a protester from Raqqa and the sheikhs involved in rebuilding the city.
Hong Kong’s Exodus
The Hong Kongers preparing to leave the territory as Beijing's influence grows
Poland’s LGBT Crackdown
Poland's government tightens the laws further for same sex couples and their families
The EU and The Vaccine
Brussels tightens export controls due to a shortage of jabs - what lies ahead?
Merkel’s Balancing Act
Stories from Germany, Namibia, Armenia, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and eastern Romania
Jordan’s palace intrigues
A royal rift unnerves a kingdom. Plus stories from Rwanda, Myanmar and France
A Taliban show of force in Afghanistan
Tales from Balkh province, eastern Ukraine, the Pacific ocean, Minneapolis and the planet
The US and China edge closer on climate
Can two superpower polluters find common ground? Plus Russia, Brazil, India and Chad
Iran’s internal rivalries
A leaked recording shakes Iran; Turkey, the US and Armenia; St Vincent; Chile and Syria
India’s pandemic politics
Veteran reporter Mark Tully traces the BJP's Covid response
A Spiral of Violence
Conflict in Gaza and Israel; and stories from Brazil, Spain, Mexico and Italy.
A change of pace in the White House
Washington reporters adapt to a new tempo; Armenian POWs; Eurovision, the Danube, France
The bravery and anger of Afghanistan's schoolgirls
Survivors' defiance after a bombing in Kabul; tales from Jerusalem, Jakarta, and Portugal
Caught in the crossfire along the Thailand/Myanmar border
Villagers suffer as the Burmese military crack down; Belarus, Spain, Chad and Chile
Zuma on Trial
South Africa's former leader in court; stories from India, Australia, Canada and DR Congo
Somaliland's can-do spirit
An unusual election in Africa and a rancorous one in Peru; plus Iraq, Singapore and France
A new coalition in Israel's Knesset
Parties join forces against Netanyahu; plus Belarus, Central America, Japan and Croatia
Thailand's youth protest movement stalls
How far can protests really change Thailand? Plus Colombia, Czech Rep, Italy, Georgia
North Korea cracks down on outside influences
Spreading or consuming foreign media is punished. Plus: USA, Pakistan, Turkey and Germany
Lasting tensions in Jaffa
Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel at odds; stories from Iran, Romania and the USA
News Management in Belarus
Shock at a Minsk press conference; tales from Nepal, Uzbekistan the USA and across Africa
Denmark’s deportation dilemma
Can asylum seekers be sent back? Plus tales from Libya, Argentina, Liberia and France
America's Border Camps for Children
Misery at US migrant camps for children; tales from Spain, Afghanistan, Ireland & Turkey
Risk of Collapse
A high-rise disaster in Florida; plus stories from France, Australia, Lebanon and Germany
Russia's Vaccine Paradoxes
The Sputnik V rollout gets more urgent; stories from Hong Kong, Canada, India and Chile
Face to face with Abiy Ahmed
Ethiopia stonewalls questions on Tigray; stories from the Philippines, USA, Ukraine and UK
What NATO leaves behind in Afghanistan
Years of foreign operations draw to an end; tales from Haiti, Cyprus, Slovenia & Ireland
Cubans' patience wears thin
An unusually public bout of dissent; stories from Bangladesh, Spain, Russia and the USA
The Meaning of Home
Fergal Keane on the EU's borders; tales from Eswatini, Ethiopia, France and Ukraine
Longterm worry follows Europe's floods; plus Brazil, Nagorno Karabakh, S Africa and Mexico
Tunisia's Unfinished Business
Power moves in Tunis; stories from Lebanon, Barbados, Kenya and the Tokyo Olympics
The price of dissent in Belarus
Activists on trial in Minsk; plus tales from Nigeria, Australia and Costa Rica
A Summer of Fires in Greece
Flames consume homes, forests and farmland; tales from Afghanistan, Libya, Cuba and Norway
Afghanistan: Questions, Doubts and Fears
What went wrong - and what now for Afghans? With stories from Haiti, India and France
Forever wars – and how they can end
The ways out of war in Afghanistan and in Africa; tales from Israel, Spain and Seychelles
Lebanon's Medicines Emergency
Economic crisis leaves pharmacies empty; plus Nagorno Karabakh, the USA, Italy, and France
From Our Own Correspondent with Kate Adie
Iranian exiles in Iraq, plus stories from Afghanistan, Canada, Hungary and Georgia
China's New Rules for Society
The Party reaches into everyday life; plus stories from France, Lithuania, Chile and Ghana
A tight race in Germany's elections
Stories from the German election campaign trail, the USA, Colombia, India and Ireland
Anxiety over Afghanistan
Jeremy Bowen reflects from Kabul; stories from Germany, Spain, Switzerland and France
Silence Falls in Libya
Libyans grow cagier; tales from the Netherlands, the West Bank, Mozambique & the Balkans
Bumps in the road for the Czech Republic
PM Babis at bay; tales from the UK to Afghanistan, France, Kenya and the Aland islands
A Haitian Odyssey Across The Americas
Migrants from Haiti cross the Americas; tales from Thailand, Brazil, Australia & Lebanon
Drug dealing, murder and gentrification: the persisting contrasts of Marseille
France's President Macron heads to Marseille, as the city is hit by new gangland violence
Disillusion in Iraq
Iraq's election: disillusion, apathy and sectarian voting
Nostalgia For Gaddafi
Ten years after his death, some in Libya mourn the loss of Muammar Gaddafi
Eric Zemmour: France's new right wing contender
France has a new contender for the presidency: controversial TV presenter Eric Zemmour
Sudan's coup: democracy delayed again
A general has seized power in Sudan, with people protesting against yet another coup
Children for sale: Afghanistan's desperate and impoverished
Afghan parents in the west of the country have been selling their children to buy food.
Can the world reach a deal?
Leaders have gathered for the COP summit, but is the world in a mood for global deals?
Bosnia: New Tensions From An Old Conflict
Bosnian-Serb leaders stand accused of stoking nationalist sentiment
A Cup of Tea with the Taliban Neighbours
Three months after taking power, what are we to make of Taliban rule in Afghanistan?
The Battle for Ethiopia
Fighting on all fronts as rebel groups get ever closer to Ethiopia's capital.
The Desperation of Asylum Seekers on Poland's Border
Asylum seekers were lured to Belarus, but then left stranded on the Polish border.
Anti-Lockdown Protests Hit The Netherlands
Anti-lockdown, anti-vaxx: violent protests hit Rotterdam and The Hague
Sleepless in Seoul: South Korea’s Exhausted Workforce
South Korea has a growing economy and expanding cultural influence, but at what cost?
Madagascar: The Threat of Starvation
With severe hunger widespread, could this become the world's first climate change famine?
Turkey's Cost of Living CrisisTurkey's Cost of Living Crisis
Soaring inflation means even basic goods are now out of reach for many Turkish people
2022: A Year of Recovery?
Hopes, fears and the chances of rebuilding in the year ahead.
Uncovering China's Internet Trolls
Who is behind the online abuse frequently heaped on those who dare to criticise China?
Serbia and Djokovic: More Than a Matter of Tennis
How Australia's treatment of Serbia's Novak Djokovic became an international political row
Searching for Mexico's Drug War Disappeared
The relatives searching for loved ones, missing presumed dead in Mexico's drugs war.