Students at a top Auckland girls' school had been told the hijab violates dress code. Now, it and several other schools are revising their headscarf policies in the wake of the March 15 terrorist attack on worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch.
Fifty years after being occupied, the West Bank has become a labyrinth of checkpoints, settlements and Israeli-only roads, leaving less and less space for Palestinian life – and almost nothing to bargain with.
As Palestinians mourn the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War, a diplomatic coup of Shakespearean proportions has unfolded on the Arabian Peninsula. Once again, they are dismayed over the lack of solidarity from neighbours.
The West Bank town of Ya'bad is no stranger to violent clashes with Israeli settlers and the IDF, but the killing of a 14-year-old girl on the eve of the anniversary of half a century of occupation shakes it to its core.
Much attention has been given to the rapid rise of Marine Le Pen and the far right, but she hasn't come from nowhere – fascism has deep roots in France. Here's a brief historical account.
Angry young Algerians are threatening not to vote, which could undermine this week's parliamentary elections and the country's facade of democracy. But others push for a strong opposition in parliament to closely monitor the ruling party.
New Zealand's vote at the UN against Israeli settlements has been called a "declaration of war" by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The country is now in Israel's bad books, but it's not the first time, and it probably won't be the last.
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