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15 February 2018
The spoils of war
A new exhibition at the Louvre showcases art stolen by the Nazis. The looting of art, however, is far from a historical phenomenon, as Iraq and Syria show.
08 February 2018
A new flashpoint?
Gas projects in the Mediterranean Sea and a land border dispute could escalate tensions between Israel and Lebanon.
01 February 2018
A changed world
How are nations around the world adapting to the spiralling effects of climate change?
25 January 2018
Defeating Boko Haram
As Nigeria’s military fights to stamp out the remains of Boko Haram, can its violent ideology ever be eradicated?
18 January 2018
The urban water crisis
Cape Town is fast running out of water. Why are cities around the world becoming increasingly water-stressed?
11 January 2018
What is Israel's game plan?
Amidst a push by the Israeli right to annex settlements and efforts at Palestinian unity, The World Weekly dissects Israel’s strategy.
04 January 2018
War without borders
As fears of nuclear conflict grab headlines, the threats posed by cyber-attacks increase by the day.
21 December 2017
2018: the year ahead
What will be the key trends shaping 2018? The World Weekly zooms in on four global stories to watch next year.
14 December 2017
Has Moscow become the main power broker in the Middle East and North Africa?
08 December 2017
Slavery in the 21st century
African migrants are being sold as slaves in Libya. How can slavery exist in the modern world?
30 November 2017
Escape at any cost
A North Korean soldier’s stunning flight to South Korea shone a light on those willing to risk everything to escape one of the world’s most insular countries.
23 November 2017
Big game, high stakes
Debates in the US about lifting an import ban on elephant trophies from two African countries have placed trophy hunting under heightened scrutiny.
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