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Whatever happened to the Muslim Brotherhood?

Whatever happened to the Muslim Brotherhood?

Salma IslamDec 2, 2016

Over three years ago, the Brotherhood's main man Mohammed Morsi was unseated from power. But the saga didn't end there, writes freelance journalist in Egypt Salma Islam.

Melania Trump, the Slovenian philosopher and political plagiarism

Melania Trump, the Slovenian philosopher and political plagiarism

Helen RazerJul 21, 20168 Comments

Has Melania Trump ever met Marxist philosopher Slavoj Zizek? It would explain some things.

Tony Abbott 'yearns for justice' but ignores airline's role in MH17

Tony Abbott 'yearns for justice' but ignores airline's role in MH17

Ben SandilandsJul 18, 20167 Comments

Tony Abbott wants justice for victims of MH17. But he should consider the culpability of the airline, not just of Russia.

What happens if I get Zika virus?

What happens if I get Zika virus?

April DudgeonFeb 12, 20162 Comments

Should we all freak out about the Zika virus? Crikey intern April Dudgeon gets out the Aerogard and finds out.

You're not safe from a bomb attack on a plane. But that's OK -- you're not safe anywhere

You're not safe from a bomb attack on a plane. But that's OK -- you're not safe anywhere

Ben SandilandsFeb 8, 20165 Comments

Should we worry about airport security in the wake of the Somalia plane bombing?

Canada's Conservatives open the Howard playbook

Tim ForsterOct 19, 2015

In making the niqab -- and by extension, Muslims -- an election issue, Stephen Harper is walking a difficult line. Freelance journalist Tim Forster reports from Canada.

Rundle: Canada's own dead-cat politicking

Rundle: Canada's own dead-cat politicking

Guy RundleSep 30, 201512 Comments

Canada definitely does not want to become the United States -- but is it ready to return to liberal government?

Obama's historic Kenya visit: a land of promise, in a moment of peril

Obama's historic Kenya visit: a land of promise, in a moment of peril

Kirsten DrysdaleJul 29, 20151 Comment

Obama's recent visit to Kenya spotlighted a country at a crossroads, at once dependent on Chinese investment, and entranced by Western culture. Writer and broadcaster Kirsten Drysdale explains.

What lies ahead for Peter Greste?

What lies ahead for Peter Greste?

CrikeyJun 12, 2015

Peter Greste wants to explore working in long-form documentaries, and vows to fight for press freedom. Freelance journalist in Cairo Joel Gulhane reports.

What it takes to survive as an orphan in a Congolese refugee camp

What it takes to survive as an orphan in a Congolese refugee camp

Chrisanthi GiotisApr 21, 2015

Small business and entrepreneurship is seen by many as a ticket out of abject poverty. But it's not always that easy. Freelance journalist and PhD candidate Chrisanthi Giotis reports.

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