Is ‘People Power’ more important than we think?
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Is ‘People Power’ more important than we think?

As an unprecedented refugee crisis unfolds before our eyes, we ask if civilians have the…

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Techknow – Brain Hack promo
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Techknow – Brain Hack promo

TechKnow explores the science of electrical brain stimulation, the home-made devices behind it, and what…

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Vanuatu islanders struggle to rebuild
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Vanuatu islanders struggle to rebuild

Exactly six months ago a category 5 cyclone hit the Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu,…

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Syrian refugees face uncertain future in Jordan
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Syrian refugees face uncertain future in Jordan

Jordan is already home to more than 600,000 Syrians. It has received at least 10,000…

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Syrian refugees face hardships in Uruguay
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Syrian refugees face hardships in Uruguay

Five families of Syrian refugees granted asylum in Uruguay now say they want to go…

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Escaping violence, Iraqi refugees face exploitation and abuse
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Escaping violence, Iraqi refugees face exploitation and abuse

Along with Syrians, Iraqis are also fleeing their war-torn country. They are travelling to Turkey,…

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Veteran leftist MP Corbyn voted leader of UK opposition
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Veteran leftist MP Corbyn voted leader of UK opposition

Jeremy Corbyn, critic of austerity and military intervention, has been elected to lead Labour Party…

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One month after deadly blasts, Tianjin investigation continues
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One month after deadly blasts, Tianjin investigation continues

It has been a month since China’s worst ever industrial accident that killed 173 people.…

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UpFront – Hamid Karzai ‘angry’ at the US government (web extra)
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UpFront – Hamid Karzai ‘angry’ at the US government (web extra)

In this web extra, former Afghan President Hamid Karzai says he is “grateful for the…

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Al Jazeera joins Syrian families on journey to Germany
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Al Jazeera joins Syrian families on journey to Germany

Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons joined Syrian families on one of the last trains to leave…

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