The hospitals are a "warzone."
Aseem Trivedi faced a lifelong prison sentence for his drawings slamming corruption in his country. We spoke to him about the power cartoonists can yield, and why governments are trying harder and harder to silence them.
In 2006, Csanád Szegedi was Vice President of the country's virulently anti-semitic Jobbik Party. Then, his career came tumbling down after it emerged that his family had survived Auschwitz and Nazi labour camps.
From Donald Trump, Hungary's xenophobic prime minister Viktor Orbán, post-coup Turkey, and Africa's "third-term problem" of leaders clinging to power, the past few months haven't exactly looked good for democracy.
Joe Kennedy, author of 'Games Without Frontiers', argues that overpriced tickets and obsessing over stats has distracted us from football's true meaning.
From chatting in pubs to pissing off UEFA and raising hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Has the EU debate incubated a wider politics of hate?
The BNP would struggle with its message on the terraces today, because the story of British football is the story of mass migration.
Over 60 percent of Homs has been destroyed, but architect Marwa al-Sabouni has stayed behind, "trying to rebuild the pieces around me."
Counter-terror is becoming a political football as Britain decides whether to stay in Europe.