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The UK is now a world leader on global gay rights – but when it comes to upholding them for asylum seekers, it's a very different matter.
Farage's policy launch was suspiciously light on actual immigration policy – and that'll suit UKIP voters just fine.
A new security law working its way through Turkey's parliament could radically reduce police impunity.
With opposition leaders in jail and an economy in tatters, Venezuela could be just around the corner from a formal state of emergency.
Lance Armstrong's tough punishment may look deserved, but it may just be the highest-profile example of what's wrong with anti-doping.
This question goes to the heart of how we can ensure that our society is a just one.
For many Israelis, the potential danger of a bad deal with Iran pales in comparison to the damage caused to US-Israeli relations by Benjamin Netanyahu’s trickery.
Many are concerned that the public is turned off politics by combat in the Commons, but a parliamentary sin bin is not the answer.
After years of austerity, European citizens are organising resistance and voting against the politics of fear. Will they learn from Latin America's painful experience?
Iraq's army is launching its biggest attempt yet to reclaim territory from Islamic State. But they can't do it alone.
For Russia to make peace with its troubled post-Communist history, it needs a 1990s hero to remember. Boris Nemtsov could be just that.
Russians took to the streets in their thousands to protest the murder of Boris Nemtsov – but can popular dissent withstand deadly intimidation?
The death of Boris Nemtsov is a watershed moment for Russia, that also sees the passing of certain assumptions in the country.
Finsbury Park hate preacher was jailed last year but his teaching continues to do damage.
The stock market looks a good bet, despite reaching an all-time high late last month. But until the UK election is out of the way, you might want to steer clear.
The head of the US army isn't keen for a key ally to opt out of its commitments.
We asked two academics to check the prime minister's figures on job creation.
There are many different ways to try to boost numbers -- but they all require at least some effort.
The prime minister's claim that more people died during the Mare Nostrum search and rescue operation is disingenuous.
As tensions run high over Russia's gas supplies to the Ukraine, and by extension parts of Europe, the reality for the EU is less than perfect: it will need Russian gas for the foreseeable future.
The Future of the BBC report was right on a number of counts. The public broadcaster would do well to take heed.
Decades of patronage politics have left Bradford's Labour party terminally complacent.