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by Miri Simmons Young girl, slashed face, stands in rubble. Next. Teen boy, load and point, more rubble. Next. Young man, child in arms, running through rubble. Next. Families, possessions on backs, fleeing from rubble. Next. Head coverings sold in markets, head coverings lie in rubble. Next. Suited men. Conference...

Moscow can never escape being the subject of news stories, ranging from the literally “Nervy” ones to those that have triggered a serious revaluation of human rights postulations. While the former is set to attain its peak receptivity, the latter is engulfed by continual news feeds. On March 1, 2018,...

by Yousef Abdul-Fattah This year marks 70 years since the Nakba, which Palestinians such as myself commemorate on the 15th of May of each year. As a Palestinian student in Leeds who comes from two refugee families, I wanted to take this opportunity to open a discussion about the Palestinian...