A photo essay by Alessandro De Pascale and Theo Guzman   In a maze of bends, a steep dirt road leads down to the Tiau River, which marks the border between the Indian state of Mizoram and Myanmar. It is not...
by Anna Violante “The Afghan economy and its banking sector were crippled in February 2022 when US President, Joe Biden, issued an Executive Order to unilaterally seize US$7 billion of Afghanistan’s sovereign resources held in the US Federal Reserve....
by Anna Violante On 3 May, clashes broke out between two different ethnic groups in the north-eastern Indian state of Manipur. The Hindu Meiteis, who live in the fertile valley around the state capital Imphal, and the mainly Christian Kukis,...
By Andrew Firmin*, Othernews The violence keeps coming in Myanmar, under military rule since February 2021. The junta stands accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity, with evidence of systematic use of killings, rape, torture and other gross human...
  by Anna Violante When the first four of the BK16 were arrested on 6 June 2018, they were accused of conspiracy and fomenting an uprising against Prime Minister Modi’s government. Others followed on 28 August, with more to come by...
by Ambra Visentin The Japanese Prime Minister calls on the world leaders meeting in Hiroshima until 21 May  to ban atomic weapons. In addition to urging Moscow not to use nuclear weapons, Japan wants the major powers to tackle the...
"Within an hour of the bombing, when we arrived we saw a gruesome scene: men, women, children torn apart by the bombs". Ko Andrew is one of the doctors who went with a rescue team on 11 April to...
by Ambra Visentin The Chinese ambassador to France, Lu Shaye, expressed alarming views on Friday when he questioned the sovereignty of the 14 countries of the former Soviet Union in an interview with the French television channel LCI. The ambassador...
Reporting from Angkor, Cambodia, is Raffaele Crocco. Jorani speaks rarely. In spite of his silence, the name means 'radiant jewel'. He drives his tuk-tuk and is silent, almost all the time. He drives through the ruins of Angkor and merely...
by Ambra Visentin The decades-long dispute between Japan and South Korea over the compensation of forced labourers seems finally set to be resolved. For years, the governments have been arguing about compensation for former forced labourers and forced prostitutes, the...

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