unrest

The poor conditions at the world’s largest refugee camps have affected both the physical and mental health of the one million occupants.

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The Rohingya, a Muslim minority from Myanmar persecuted and run out of their homeland, face a perilous future.

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The Red Sea supply chain crisis has exposed glaring weaknesses in global transport that pose big questions about how our economy will work moving forward.

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Across the globe, political campaigns are targeting young people for their votes, but are they listening to their growing anger over climate inaction?

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The possibility of Donald Trump returning to the White House and enacting his ‘America First’ policy could be ‘catastrophic’ for Ukraine.

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Russia’s war in Ukraine has forced it to change tack when trying to assert influence elsewhere, particularly the Middle East.

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Data showed the view of the Indonesian government was not very prominent in the news.

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Two years after the Russian invasion and with Ukraine’s lifeline of foreign support wavering, its prospects appear grim.

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Malaysia is a clear supporter of the Palestinian cause and is unlikely to bend over backwards for Western powers.

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Across the world, faith is returning to the political sphere.

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