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A policeman who takes a small ‘donation’ and lets you pass through the check point unseen. House rents that go up overnight due to ‘government regulations’.
Jesús Lemus Barajas is a journalist who spent three years in a high-security prison in Mexico. In Puente Grande, jokingly called 'the prison of the stars'.
Internet was one of the things liberated by Tunisia's 2011 revolution. Censorship was lifted and Tunisians could once again access sites like YouTube and services such as Skype.
No one knows exactly how many people have disappeared in Mexico. Estimates range from 24,000 to 26,000.
‘Make a move, ring the bell”; “Youth should take ownership of the corruption crusade” “Don’t mind your business”.
RNW recently spoke to Fatou Bensouda, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC). She is currently preparing the court's first trial of a head of state: Laurent Gbagbo, the former president of Ivory Coast.
The Wor(l)d is a series of short videos featuring spoken-word artists from around the world. Each week, RNW provides a space for young poets and rappers to share their take on our themes.
The Arab Spring was about freedom and democracy – but also about money says Libyan economist Tarik Youssef.
A senior official in Zimbabwe’s Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party led by Welshman Ncube says gays and lesbians should not be tolerated in the country.
Ecuadorian organisations representing gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals report that more and more young people are being kidnapped and taken to “dehomosexualization” clinics.