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Nonstop (Issue III/2019)

... Nuevo León

von Cristina Vidrutiu, Alina de Luna Aldape

On the eve of International Women's Day 2019, thirty of the forty deputies in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon voted to criminalize abortions. Since then, there has been much discussion about whether women have the power to decide over their own bodies.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

... Romania

by Cristina Vidrutiu

There is a lot of talk about Laura Codruta Kövesi in Romania at the moment. A year ago the chief prosecutor of the National Anti-Corruption Authority was dismissed by the government.

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Above (Issue I/2019)

... Uttar Pradesh

by Subhro Bandapodhyay

In Uttar Pradesh right now we are talking about why the government of the Indian People's Party (BJP) is giving new names to big stations and cities.

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Poorest nation, richest nation (Issue III+IV/2018)

... Hong Kong

by Donald Lee Lap Tak

Since March, all of Hong Kong has been debating the local culture around overtime. After a bus driver working for the KMB bus company caused an accident that killed 12 because he was overtired, it came out that he had been working for over 12 hours straight. 

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Heroes (Issue II/2018)

... Kabul

by Enayatullah Azad

In the Afghanistani province of Kabul a major talking point is air pollution which kills more citizens than the war. 

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Earth, how are you doing? (Issue I/2018)

... Adjumani

by Ochan Hannington

The Adjumani district in northern Uganda is mostly dry and hot. Right now, the main topic of conversation there is the conflict over resources in its cooler and fertile Apaa rainforest area. This is home to the Acholi and Madi tribes, who supply themselves with forest with wood and food. Now, influential people, some of them government officials, have acquired large sections of the country.

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Une Grande Nation (Issue IV/2017)

... Sarawak

Aisar Chan

Sarawak is located in the northwest of the island of Borneo and is Malaysia’s largest state. At the moment, local headlines here are dominated by an explosive topic: The unequal way Sarawak was allegedly treated historically. 

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