How far should Australia go for Julian Assange?

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Is Julian Assange getting all he’s owed from the Australian government? EPA/Facundo Arrizabalaga ...

India elections: who are Narendra Modi’s main rivals – and can they beat him?

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India is heading to the polls in the world’s biggest democratic election and a number of different figures could emerge as India’s next prime...

Why the DRC’s army and police aren’t yet ready to protect citizens

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Riot police on the outskirts of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. ...

Bouteflika steps aside as Algerians push to reclaim and own their history

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Dounia Mahlouly, SOAS, University of London Algeria’s long-time leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika has agreed to step down following a series of mass protests against his original...

Portraying Rwanda’s genocide as an encounter with hell

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Inside the Sainte-Famille Church which was the scene of killings during the 1994 genocide...

Last of the giants: What killed off Madagascar’s megafauna a thousand years ago?

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A modern mouse lemur Microcebus sits upon the cranium of an extinct Megaladapis lemur. ...

Why ending HIV still rests on a working cure — as well as prevention

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New HIV infections continue to drive the epidemic. Shutterstock ...

Parties aren’t taking big issues seriously in South Africa’s election campaign

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Mmusi Maimane, leader of South Africa’s main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, on the campaign trail. ...

East Africa should intervene to defuse Rwanda-Uganda war of words

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Presidents Paul Kagame (right) and Yoweri Museveni observe a minute of silence during a genocide memorial. ...