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Conversations From Calais: the powerful design project giving a voice to refugees

Coronavirus: Refugees trapped in Balkans as Europe’s borders closed
‘I’m desperate to reach him’: Syrian trying to save brother in UK stranded in Greek refugee camp
At least one dead in fire amid rising tensions in Lesbos refugee camp
Pressure mounts on crowded Greek islands as migrant arrivals surge

Wealthy businessmen among anonymous ride share network providing Hong Kong protesters safe passage home
Hong Kong police vs protesters – an insider’s story
How art is bringing people together in the midst of the Hong Kong protests

‘Isis is back, not just regrouping — and next year will be worse’ OR page PDF
Mosul appoints new governor amid acrimony as predecessor refuses to step down

Jordan tourism sector will be last to recover from coronavirus impact, minister says
Free as a bird: How pigeons have become a source of solace for Jordanians in lockdown
Domestic abuse in lockdown: Jordanian woman’s video goes viral
Coronavirus: Jordan begins uncontrolled hydroxychloroquine trial
Child marriage remains a major threat for girls in Jordan
How blockchain technology has changed the game for Syrian refugees
How a groundbreaking soil-less farming initiative is empowering rural communities
Jordan’s teachers call off strike following ‘historic’ deal
Syrians struggling to survive in Jordan face difficult decision
Jordanian teachers on trial after strikes leave classrooms empty for 11th day

From refugee to rescuer: bringing food to the masses in Al Baqaa camp
Meet the restaurateur who is slicing through Jordan’s taboos with fast food
Jordanian designer who went viral threads female empowerment through her business
Mismanaged energy sector destroys viability of Jordan’s industrial businesses
The rise of Jordan’s artisans: Meet the entrepreneurs taking risks to follow their design dreams

Jerusalem’s tolerant spaces under threat in escalating political battle
Activism focused cafe defies growing left-wing oppression in Jerusalem
Gaza scholarship students plead for Rafah exit permit
Remembering Mavi Marmara: ‘We really believed we would reach Gaza’
Walking for Palestine: Swedish activist’s 5,000km trek for justice

Spanish fortress town shuts itself off from the world – and coronavirus

Syrian writer gives voice to victims of war
Women’s convoy descends on Syria border to call for release of tortured prisoners

Turkey’s LGBT community vows to march for Pride despite crackdown fears
It’s business time in Turkish housewives’ gender equality battle
Could Uber offer Istanbul’s taxicab market the shake-up it desperately needs?
In depth: Can Syrians find a new home in Turkey, or just temporary refuge?

Putin cements powerful new alliance with Iran and Turkey in challenge to West

‘Too late for thousands’: Yemen mercy flights present little relief for country’s sick


Sainsbury’s at front of the queue for Nisa sale
Consolidation puts weak groups in the firing line, experts warn
Booker/Tesco merger: Time to consolidate say industry leaders

Police chief slams Slough schools’ female genital mutilation ‘mentality’
Leaked documents reveal funds available for community lifeline
Borough chief blames ex-director for Ofsted report failings
Eton schoolboy who shared ‘appalling’ child abuse images spared jail
Slough parents’ lives torn apart by owed fees to private schools firm Cognita
Labour in turmoil over council leader wrangle
How your MP voted on Islamic State bombing
Teenagers found guilty in Dedworth stabbing case
Council members’ ignorance revealed in chaotic council meetings