Stories from 3 March 2018
The 2018 Lebanese Elections: What Led to Them?
Many are now wondering whether independent parties have a chance in the upcoming Lebanese elections, but nothing can be certain when it comes to politics in Lebanon.
Iran's Ahwazis Continue to Suffer as Two More Disappeared Activists are Executed
The cruelty, injustice and lack of due process against Iran's Ahwazis continue: several deaths remain shrouded in mystery, with the added horror of families being denied burial rights.
10,000 Belgians March for Migrants’ Rights in Brussels
Demonstrators are protesting a proposed law that grants police the right to raid homes in their search for undocumented people, something they fear is becoming all too common.
An Interactive ‘Garden’ Lets You Travel the World Through Radio Broadcasts
Since late 2016, the interactive Radio Garden project has allowed users to explore the world through radio broadcasts.
María Roa Borja: A Voice in the Fight for Labor, Ethnic and Gender Rights in Colombia
"In the past, the topics related to the domestic employees were those of character, race [and] cooking abilities [...] Today, the main issue is our labor rights."