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All against all

REFUGEES: Unity is pulverized, everyone just thinks of managing on their own, surviving, tearing up an extra bite of food, a place in the food queue or the telephone queue.

Raw, naked and masculine

RACISM? Before, it was the Baroque who seduced Mbembe, now it's brutalism – used as an analytical breakthrough to understand Africa and its relationship to Europe.

Short film winners with political sting

NORWEGIAN SHORT MOVIE: Many of the films at this year's digital short film festival in Grimstad dealt with current political themes.

To return to the Balkans

Two documentaries portray people who for various reasons had to leave the former Yugoslavia. For equally different reasons, they also return.

Escape and love

"Location, location, location," says the real estate agents. Geography is destiny, historians respond. ”From Exit West

Through hell against Europe

Eritreans on the run are beaten, raped and locked in, and risk their lives on the way across the Mediterranean. European policy means that they have no other options.

Bordered with boundless violence

The state has always tried to prevent people from moving freely and unattached. But isn't man really nomadic in his being?

Set free – Kripos has now been notified to the Police Department Special Unit

Defender Brynjulf ​​Risnes is now reporting both Kripos and the State Attorney to the Special Unit for Police Affairs. Genocide accused Eugene Nkuranyabahizi is probably innocent. The process against him is very similar to the Monika case, says former Kripos investigator Håvard Aksnes.

To turn the tolerance sheath after the wind

The eagerness to accuse immigrants and Muslims of being intolerant of slaves seems rather peculiar when one considers the kind of attitudes that still exist among so-called Norwegian ethnicists.

Tortured and killed after being denied asylum in Norway

Torture: Despite warnings, Chechen Apti and Umar were denied asylum and had to leave Norway. The Helsinki Committee and Memorial say the two were tortured and killed by the Chechen authorities. Are the Norwegian authorities responsible for their subsequent death after refusing them political asylum?

A close look at the border surveillance in the Mediterranean

Everyone is allowed to leave their own country, it is a universal human right.