German writer and former political prisoner Siegmar Faust gives a horrifying account of life in East Germany under the omnipresent State Security
Lidia Yusupova shares her harrowing experiences working as a journalist and a lawyer in Chechnya. She recounts the horrors she witnessed during
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This charter aims to give political, social and economic rights, to all citizens of the European Union, and could be viewed as
BBC News reaches 81% of the UK every week via tv, radio and online articles. That is a huge number of people
Robert Newman gets to grips with the wars and politics of the last hundred years – but rather than adhering to the
John Pilger and Alan Lowery, as part of a three episode series, investigate how the Aborigines had their land stolen by British
In the sleepy town of Riace, immigrants make up a quarter of the population. Mayor Domenico Lucanos believes that helping them will
“At the beginning of the year, Lugavoi started coming regularly to London”, states KGB defector Oleg Gordievsky. “He was obviously cultivating him”.
Since the introduction of the European Arrest Warrant, Fair Trials International has supported many victims of the misuse and overuse of the
Denied self-rule after the First World War, Kurds are the largest ethnic group in the world without their own state. Could a
Can war crimes ever be confined to history? Greece is demanding reparations from Germany for the Nazi occupation during World War Two,
This is the latest Adam Curtis documentary, by the incredibly original and insightful British filmmaker, who tends to deal with the psychology
Adam Curtis’ excellent film about Nick Leeson and the Barings Bank collapse exposes some of the problems with banking quite some time