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CONGO: The number of killed is approaching the Holocaust

DOCUMENTS IN MODERN TIMES: 5,4 million killed. Hundreds of thousands of raped women, and millions forced out of their homes. This is among the consequences of the Congolese mineral conflict over the past ten to twenty years.

CONGO: The number of killed is approaching the Holocaust

DOCUMENTS IN MODERN TIMES: 5,4 million killed. Hundreds of thousands of raped women, and millions forced out of their homes. This is among the consequences of the Congolese mineral conflict over the past ten to twenty years.

A hidden overconsumption

Since 2011, annual actions against military overspending have been organized around the world. Nevertheless, we rarely read about this in Norwegian media.

A hidden overconsumption

Since 2011, annual actions against military overspending have been organized around the world. Nevertheless, we rarely read about this in Norwegian media.

Criticism 2: Knowledge and Power

Laura Poitras' Oscar-winning documentary provides a unique insight into Edward Snowden's historic notice.

Criticism 2: Knowledge and Power

Laura Poitras' Oscar-winning documentary provides a unique insight into Edward Snowden's historic notice.

Near historic relaxation

New nuclear agreement in Iran. Next battle in Washington. Success in the negotiations can be crucial for a region in crisis.

No one wants to talk about that

In Brazil, it is prohibited by law to abort a pregnancy, yet one million Brazilian women risk both life and health at illegal abortion clinics every single year.

Divorce has become a challenge in Iran

There is a big gap between the government's policy and the people's lifestyle in Iran when it comes to cohabitation constellations. The culture is changing, the divorces are increasing.

With camera, nuclear equipment and dawn in Iran

In December, I was received by a couple of nice Iranians at the airport in Tehran. I arrive after a long journey at midnight, and will ...

The "if" sanctions are removed

The nuclear deal raises hopes for improved relations with the outside world among the people of Iran.

Balance art in Luanda

The trial against Angola's most famous dissident is a litmus test for both Norway and Angola, the Joint Council of Africa believes.

A strange month for Burma

Again in March, violence against protesters in Burma is marked. Norway's voice is experienced as strangely quiet this spring.

The heavy yoke of double oppression

For the women of Gaza, nationality and gender act together in a double pursuit. Partner violence increases in a society characterized by frustration, war and conflict.

With camera, nuclear equipment and dawn in Iran

In December, I was received by a couple of nice Iranians at the airport in Tehran. I arrive after a long journey at midnight, and will ...

Israeli prisons are in conflict with international law

In protest against imprisonment without law and judgment, inhumane conditions and physical and mental abuse, Palestinian political prisoners go on hunger strike.