Immigration fears feed European far-rightists

  Cecile Kyenge, Italy's first black minister, has been the target of the Italian far-right political parties since she was appointed in April. Last July Roberto Calderoli, vice president of Lega Nord,...

When Canadian Mining Companies Take Over the World

Plans to build Europe’s largest gold mine in Romania mobilized tens of thousands of protesters within the country and worldwide, sparking debate about the environmental impact of the project and the...

Romania: no dirty gold

Demonstrators against the Rosia Montana Gold Corporation mining project in Romania held a public art protest Saturday night in downtown Toronto, Canada. Cardboard boxes were displayed with the campaign...

Trials and tribulations

Why covering controversial Kurdish issues amid tough anti-terrorism laws can land journalists in jail.  In Turkey, the world’s largest jailer of journalists, the government often equates reporters...

Locked out

Daniil Kislov, founder and editor-in-chief of Ferghana, describes how journalists in Uzbekistan are left out in the cold. Daniil Kislov, founder and editor-in-chief of Ferghana News, paints a bleak outlook...