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The deadly censorship of ISIS in Turkey
Also outside of ISIS territory Syrian journalists are in danger. Krijn Schramade spoke with three journalists in Turkey.
Roundup: how Monsanto (co-)wrote EU safety assessment
Monsanto removed 'crucial' studies from the EU safety evaluation of glyphosate, with serious consequences.
Who stands to gain from microcredit?
No country has as many tax treaties as the Netherlands. The country has made tax agreements with nearly one hundred countries.
Shell's controversial one-billion oil deal
Shell and ENI paid over a billion dollars for an offshore oil field in Nigeria. The money ended up in the hands of a corrupt former minister.
Sex workers in Nairobi, between secrecy and stigma
OneWorld presents the story of Mary Mwangi, sexworker and activist in the Red Light District of Nairobi.
Eritrean interpreters choose sides
The immigration service has ignored all warnings concerning Eritrean interpreters, until now.
UN-experts: ‘Industry misleads on endocrine disruptors’
Chemical companies are trying to raise doubts about the human health risks related to endocrine disrupting chemicals.
Preserving traditions without harming the girls
Every year three million women face the risk of undergoing female genital mutilation. The war against this practice goes on in multiple fronts.
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