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Zimbabwe’s street starts discussing life after Mugabe

President Mugabe has met with delegates from South Africa and the head of Zimbabwe’s armed forces. However, discussions outside the State House are starting to turn towards what the country will look like without him. Pi...

Sudan deploys paramilitary forces to curb migration

Sudan has deployed paramilitary forces at its borders to curb the flow of migrants transiting on their way to Europe. This move is controversial as the troops fought in Darfur, where they have been accused of committing ...

UpFront – Is Saudi Arabia becoming a danger to the region?

In this UpFront special, we ask US Congressman Ro Khanna why he believes the US government should stop supporting the Saudi-led bombing of Yemen. Also on the show, we debate with a panel of experts the rights and wrongs ...

Cambodia Politics: Interview with Sorpong Peou

Dr Sorpong Peou is Full Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at Ryerson University in Canada. He has written extensively on politics and security in Cambodia and lived under the Khmer Rouge u...

Strait Talk Exclusive: Inside Syria’s Idlib city

Strait Talk's special episode from inside Syria’s Idlib, just over a month after Turkish forces entered to establish de-escalation zones. Hear from the area’s new leader, doctors operating underground, and residents tryi...

What’s behind Cambodia’s crackdown on the opposition?

Hun Sen, 65, is one of the world's longest serving leaders, first taking office as prime minister of Cambodia in 1985. Rights groups say hundreds of opposition figures, journalists, trade union leaders and others have be...

UpFront – Is Saudi Arabia becoming a danger to the region?

In this UpFront special, we ask US Congressman Ro Khanna why he believes the US government should stop supporting the Saudi-led bombing of Yemen. Also on the show, we debate with a panel of experts the rights and wrongs ...

Sudan deploys paramilitary forces to curb migration

Sudan has deployed paramilitary forces at its borders to curb the flow of migrants transiting on their way to Europe. This move is controversial as the troops fought in Darfur, where they have been accused of committing ...

Amnesty International accuses Philippine government forces of war crimes

Amnesty International is accusing ISIL-linked Maute fighters and Philippine government forces of committing war crimes during the five-month battle for the city of Marawi. More than 1000 people were killed, another 500,0...

Britain, Canada lead alliance of more than dozen countries for global coal phase-out by 2030

영국•캐나다 등 20개국, 2030년까지 '석탄화력 퇴출' 결의 Twenty countries,... led by the UK and Canada,... pledged to phase out coal power plants by the year 2030. The goal is to replace the fossil fuel with renewable sources, and they hope ...

Yemen blockade: Saudis not allowing vital aid in, officials say

Yemeni officials say the Saudi-led coalition has not allowed ships to deliver much-needed aid. On Monday, Saudi Arabia said it will start reopening some Yemeni sea and airports. It tightened restrictions on the country a...

In South Africa, Zimbabwe citizens react to crisis at home

The political crisis between the Zimbabwe military and President Robert Mugabe has caused a stir among Zimbabweans who have left their country in the past because of political persecution and economic factors, maki...

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