Increases in tobacco taxes hurt low-income smokers, who are already stigmatised.
Tobacco tax increases in Australia that will see a packet of cigarettes costing A$40 may discourage smoking, but will end up having unintended consequences for poorer smokers, new research shows.
A fast-paced soccer game in Zambia.
Getting involved in sports-based projects offers young Zambians a sense of community and helps them to build new support systems.
The lives of young non-Muslims are being shaped by Islamophobia in public and private spaces.
US President Donald Trump stamped his inaugural speech with the promise of ‘America First’ – a slogan with an ominous past.
Rhodesia's white supremacists appealed to the white electorate by taking a stand against African liberation. Similarly, Donald Trump appealed to white Americans who feel overwhelmed by globalisation.
It’s shite getting older.
No cultural milestone this time around, but some memorable moments on ageing.
In celebration of academic books.
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I like you, but won't 'like' you.
Parents invest less in each child beyond their first born, and it has a lasting impact.
Birth order is blamed for many social ills, often with little evidence. But being first-born does offer some developmental advantages -- and results of a new study point the finger at parents.
But can you understand it?
Family Court judge Peter Jackson has been widely praised for rendering his judgement in simple English.
People walk through the London Stock Exchange lobby. Will the excesses of big business become more prominent in post-Brexit UK?
The UK's free market orientation and its strong tendency towards short-termism and impatient capital could have significant adverse effects on the economy in the long run.
If Brexiters thought that making new international tariff deals and joining the WTO would be a cakewalk, they're in for a shock.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon and deputy John Swinney.
Scotland remains sick man of Europe despite devolution. Here's what is going wrong.
Who cares wins – or do they?
The raw ingredients that courses recruiting student nurses should look for are still a matter of debate.
MTN Nigeria has been hit with a giant fine for failing to comply with the country’s regulations.
Nigeria has imposed massive fines on two large multinational corporations. The fines have one thing in common – the seeming lackadaisical attitude to regulation and regulators.
Congo’s most famous musician Papa Wemba, performing at a concert in Kinshasa in 2004.
Reuters/ David Lewis
Popular African musician Papa Wemba, who died recently, has been close to the heartbeat of the continent's music. His influence will continue long after his death.
Differential treatment between international and local aid workers may undermine international aid programs.
In the humanitarian aid and development sector, local staff are paid less and receive fewer benefits than their expatriate colleagues, even when they do similar work and have similar qualifications.
Apple, Google and Facebook are in a row over taxes in Europe.
Corporate taxation is a concern for governments and businesses because of their divergent interests.
Fossils discovered in Uzbekistan help tell the story of how T. Rex evolved to become the biggest predator ever to live on land.
A man holds a giant pencil as tribute in a solidarity march for Charlie Hebdo victims
France was left reeling by the attacks of January 2015 and things only got worse as the year unfolded – so why the political inertia?
Décimée par l'attaque du 7 janvier 2015, l'équipe survivante de « Charlie Hebdo » ne cède rien.
Un an après l’attaque contre « Charlie Hebdo », la France a plus que jamais besoin de nouvelles idées et de nouveaux dirigeants politiques pour sortir d’une crise politique qui dure.