Stories from 11 May 2017
As Egypt's parliament pushes to further restrict expression, Turkey blocks Wikipedia, Russia blocks WeChat, and the UK can't seem to stop snooping.
"What is Venezuela right now? Who are we, the Venezuelans who have survived this historic defeat?"
"Disgusting ad....giving concept that a man should be proud among his friends on beating his wife"
TASS photojournalist Alexandr Scherbak, the man who took Wednesday's controversial pictures in the Oval Office, accuses the U.S. government and media of “hysteria.”
After decades of struggle, four lessons that movements in Latin America can teach those in the United States organizing against their own authoritarian leader, President Donald Trump.
Environmental justice advocates are working to ensure the state’s efforts to combat climate change benefit everyone — and the lessons can be applied elsewhere.
"...the latest raid seems more like part of a well planned campaign aimed at crashing every business that does not belong to the big business."
Elections later this month present Iranians with the chance to reshape their government by putting more women in politics.
An interview about war and propaganda with the photographer of one of the most iconic images of the Vietnam War.