The Newsmakers

Are Hungary’s new labour laws justified?

Thousands have been braving freezing temperatures to protest the so-called 'slave law' in Hungary. It allows employers to not only force employees to work overtime, but also wait up to three years to get paid for it. The opposition have united against the new legislation, and with thousands still on the streets protesting, is Viktor Orban’s government under threat? Natalie Poyhonen reports.

Is Viktor Orban undermining academic freedom in Hungary?

Is Viktor Orban undermining academic freedom in Hungary?

Hong Kong Protests: Thousands protest against extradition bill

Hong Kong Protests: Thousands protest against extradition bill

DC Direct: Anti-BDS Laws in the US

DC Direct: Anti-BDS Laws in the US

Hong Kong Protests: Police fire blue-dyed water and tear gas

Hong Kong Protests: Police fire blue-dyed water and tear gas

NATO Meets in Madrid

NATO Meets in Madrid

RUSSIA: Using Africa as a proxy war battleground?

RUSSIA: Using Africa as a proxy war battleground?

Iraq’s New Lawmakers

Iraq’s New Lawmakers

Ecuador Protests

Ecuador Protests

Spain and Morocco’s Migrant Tragedy

Spain and Morocco’s Migrant Tragedy

Investigating An Insurrection

Investigating An Insurrection

Sudan’s Political Crisis

Sudan’s Political Crisis

Israel’s Coalition Collapse

Israel’s Coalition Collapse

Colombia’s Shift to the Left

Colombia’s Shift to the Left

The Extradition of Assange

The Extradition of Assange

Tunisia on Strike

Tunisia on Strike

Iraq’s Biggest Bloc Resigns

Iraq’s Biggest Bloc Resigns

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