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I lavoratori irregolari afgani fuggono dall’Iran

L’Iran assiste ogni mese alla partenza di centinaia di lavoratori irregolari afgani. Una popolazione disprezzata, ma al tempo stesso considerata fondamentale per settori quali la ristorazione, l’edilizia e l’agricoltura.

Conférence de Palerme pour la Libye

L’Italie espère aboutir à un accord entre al-Sarraj et Haftar

The tragedy of Saudi Arabia’s war

Tra gli aspetti devastanti del conflitto in Yemen c’è quello della fame che sta massacrando la popolazione civile

Al-Sissi, bons baisers du Caire

In Egitto, circa 60.000 prigionieri politici sono in prigione. Il Paese un tempo considerato come la speranza della Primavera Araba ha da tempo voltato le spalle alla democrazia

Why Palestinians Like Me See Little Hope 25 Years After the Oslo Accords Opened the Door to Peace

Twenty-five years after the Oslo Agreements between Israel and the Organization for the Liberation of Palestine, a Palestinian youth born during what was supposed to be the “era of peace” tells how life has dramatically deteriorated and how the “Oslo generation”, elsewhere called “Millennials”, has been raised knowing only despair, occupation, conflict and disillusionment.

Syria: The Social Origins of the Uprising

Remembering the real causes of the eruption the popular uprising in Syria, which is increasingly turning into an international war

Les généraux ouvrent la succession du président Abdelaziz Bouteflika

Alors que s’approche l’heure de l’échéance présidentielle, coups bas, manœuvres et arrestations marquent les luttes pour la succession en Algérie. Et l’armée met tout son poids dans la balance

Srebrenica: How Bosnians Reported Their Most Traumatic Story

As the anniversary of Srebrenica approaches, Bosnian journalists recall how the shocking scale of the atrocities slowly became clear in July 1995 as information trickled out and the first eyewitnesses to the massacres spoke to reporters.

City properties should be homes for people first – not investments

As the mayors of London and Barcelona, we see an emergency coming. The way housing works must be changed