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Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond, receives a gift after speaking to South Asian and African migrant voters at Glasgow Central Mosque
18/09/2014 - Report: Scotland

Scotland's nationalists court ethnic minorities in independence referendum

As voters in Scotland head to the polls today to decide whether to become an independent country, ethnic minorities may hold the deciding vote.
A panel of an intricately crafted kantha mat
09/09/2014 - Report: Asia - East Africa

Fashion industry gets socially responsible as shoppers slam sweatshops

It's the season of Fashion Week. Londoners are gearing up for front row seats this weekend, following New York’s glittering shows, and from mid-September it will be Milan’s turn.
The library in the Renzo Piano-designed Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé
05/09/2014 - Report: France

Pathé opens new cinema history centre in Paris

A new hub of cinema history opens this month in Paris, housed in a building designed by world-famous architect, Renzo Piano.
Somali government soldiers during the attack
01/09/2014 - Report: Somalia

Al-Shebab attack Somali intelligence HQ

Suspected Al-Qaeda-linked Islamists attacked the Somali intelligence headquarters in the capital Mogadishu on Sunday.
South Korean choreographer Eun-Me Ahn with her troupe of dancers, after their performance at Théâtre de la Colline in Paris.
20/08/2014 - Report: Culture

Korean Eun-Me Ahn strikes common beat with Dancing Grandmothers

The Paris Quartiers d'été Festival in August brightened the arts scene during the French capital’s theoretically cultural off-season.
From comrade to rival - outgoing Turkish president Abdullah Gül
11/08/2014 - Report: Turkey presidential election 2014

Crisis in Turkey's ruling party follows Erdogan presidential win

The victory of outgoing Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has meant crisis for his Justice and Development Party (AKP).

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip  Erdogan votes in Istanbul
10/08/2014 - Report: Turkey presidential election 2014

Voters and police turn out in force as Turks cast ballots in historic presidential election

Voting was brisk in Istanbul on Sunday morning as Turks cast their ballot in the country’s first-ever direct election of its president.
Lawyer Edip Yigit in  Diyarbakir
09/08/2014 - Report: Turkey presidential election 2014

Turkey-Kurd peace process faces uncertain future as Erdogan stands for president

Turkey’s Kurdish minority has high hopes of the peace process started under Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is standing for president in Sunday's election.
A banner backing Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Diyarbakir
07/08/2014 - Report: Turkey presidential election 2014

Left-wing candidate Demirtas counts on Kurds in Turkey’s presidential election … but second round may surprise

Selhettin Demirtas is standing for minority rights and a left-wing agenda in Turkey’s presidential election.
Gezi Park a year after the protests against its redevelopment
06/08/2014 - Report: Turkey presidential election 2014

Turkey’s Gezi Park protesters fear Erdogan presidential victory

In Turkey’s first-ever direct election of its president Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is defending the 12-year legacy of his Justice and Development Party (AKP) in government.
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