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For over a decade, the Cuban government refused to allow one of the world’s best known bloggers, Yoani Sánchez, to travel abroad.
Many Zimbabweans hoped the recent constitutional referendum would usher in a return to rule of law and democracy. But blogger Thomas Madhuku sees a different tale unfolding.
Two years ago, a prominent American wrestler set up Athlete Ally, a group that fights for gay rights.
For many young people in Guatemala, the trial of former general Efraín Ríos Montt on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity is bringing alive a painful period in their country's history.
Alpha Blondy doesn’t shy away from politics in his reggae songs. The legendary Ivorian musician has been especially vocal about the need for reconciliation after the conflict in his native country.
Many Africans from war-torn Somalia and Ethiopia seek their luck across the sea in Yemen. Luck can be hard to find – but racism is not.
By Judith Spiegel in Sana'a
A 9-year-old Dutch boy of Turkish origin is at the centre of a growing row between the Netherlands and Turkey.
16,000 violent deaths last year, according to official statistics; 21,000 according to various non-governmental organisations.
It’s a long journey from Maastricht in the south of the Netherlands to the Chinese capital Beijing, especially when you use your thumbs to power the trip.
“Running Wild” (Desenfreno) tells the story of a generation that can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. Javier Alonso is a young man from the countryside who goes to Havana to study journalism.