Shimon Peres during his visit to Terezin in the Czech Republic in 2011.
One of Israel's greatest political figures, Shimon Peres left an indelible mark on the Middle East.
Given the chance to redefine both himself and his opponent, Donald Trump turned in a catastrophic performance – and Hillary Clinton handled him just right.
Here’s hoping: “Yes” campaigners in Bogotá.
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Colombia has a chance to get behind a peace agreement that its people have waited decades to see.
Women make conscious decisions every day about staying safe, but they consistently underestimate how much effort it all takes and what that means for their freedom.
Black students at University of Stellenbosch protest against the institutions’s language policy they say discriminates against them by favouring Afrikaans.
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Black youth are grappling with the question of the meaning of freedom in post-apartheid South Africa. They seek an antidote to their reality wherein blackness continues to be mocked and marginalised.
Zero tolerance leads to extreme solutions.
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WEEKEND READ: What does Australia’s handling of asylum seekers have in common with our approach to illicit drugs? Quite a lot, writes Desmond Manderson. In the following 10,000 word essay, he argues we…
Members of the South Sudanese community in the ACT reported facing racism in the job seeking process.
South Sudanese living in the ACT are facing racism when job seeking and can't get employment in roles for which they have professional qualifications.
When did the Anthropocene epoch start?
How long the Anthropocene will last, and what will be its most enduring attributes, will not be driven and decided scientifically.
The view from Brooklyn on September 11, 2001.
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What we and other responders learned that day would go on to spark major changes in U.S. emergency response efforts.
The problem with Syria is that all sides have their own reasons for acting the way they do – and they all think they're right.