While Australian soldiers serving in the ANZAC engaged with Turkish troops in World War I, Aboriginal people in Australia were fighting their own battle against the British Colonialism.
No one in the village of Qana is waiting for a miracle to heal the deep scars left by Israeli air strikes that slaughtered over 100 civilians in 1996 and 28 in 2006. But, with the help of younger generations, residents are determined to move on.
Amid rampant abuse of the law and power, people in Nigeria are trying a strategy of naming and shaming on live radio at the country’s first radio station devoted to human rights.
A look into the lives of displaced Syrians at the Oncupinar Refugee Camp in southern Turkey.
Oum Kulthum was a legendary Egyptian singer and the most famous woman in Egypt after Cleopatra. In her film "Looking for Oum Kulthum," Iranian filmmaker Shirin Neshat has brought the diva’s story to the screen, with personal touches.
While Barack Obama became the US's first black president, the country shifted to the right electing Donald Trump as his successor. Trump's election promise to “make America great again” fuels the country’s racist movements.
The violent history between Israel and Palestine has pushed the Israeli left to the brink of total collapse.
The voyage is near to its completion with Turkish scientists preparing to carry out the last set of scientific studies at Deception Island.
America's relationship to Islam goes back to the early 1800s, when Muslim slaves fought for their freedom — and there are lessons in it for America today.
The young Pakistani student's murder by a mob on a university campus was another "blasphemy killing," one of the dozens since the 90s. A year on, his family struggles to reconcile with the tragedy.
Gun control is a hot-button issue in the US, with conservatives defending citizens’ “right to bear arms” and progressives opposing it. But some minority rights activists resist stringent gun regulations.
Gary Foley, one of the main leaders of the Black Power Movement in Australia says the literature of Malcolm X and other writers of the US civil rights era influenced Australia's Indigenous thought and action against white supremacy.
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