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The last whale hunters: traditions of Indonesian tribe under threat from modernity

Raised by the pre-eminent whale hunter, life seemed mapped out for Ben Blikololong, but when the pleasures of modernity called, he answered, before the echo of his ancestors brought him back home to Lamalera.

4 Mar 2019 - 10:20AM

Raised by the pre-eminent whale hunter, life seemed mapped out for Ben Blikololong, but when the pleasures of modernity called, he answered, before the echo of his ancestors brought him back home to Lamalera.

The last whale hunters: traditions of Indonesian tribe under threat from modernity
Otto Warmbier: what happened in the North Korean jail that led to American’s death?

The student was hailed by Donald Trump as a catalyst for his summit with Kim Jong-un. But what really happened between the 21-year-old’s trial and his return home with brain damage, and was the truth held hostage for political ends?

26 Apr 2019 - 6:07AM

The student was hailed by Donald Trump as a catalyst for his summit with Kim Jong-un. But what really happened between the 21-year-old’s trial and his return home with brain damage, and was the truth held hostage for political ends?

Otto Warmbier: what happened in the North Korean jail that led to American’s death?
Kim Jong-nam’s accused killers: North Korean puppets or cold-blooded murderers?

The women on trial for killing Kim Jong-un’s half brother – their lives, lost hopes and how they were lured into the plot

15 Jun 2018 - 4:03PM

The women on trial for killing Kim Jong-un’s half brother – their lives, lost hopes and how they were lured into the plot

Kim Jong-nam’s accused killers: North Korean puppets or cold-blooded murderers?
Inside the Rohingya refugee camps, traumatised exiles ask why the world won’t call the humanitarian crisis ‘genocide’

China accused of self-interest by blocking moves to stop violent persecution of minority ethnic group in neighbouring Myanmar.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

China accused of self-interest by blocking moves to stop violent persecution of minority ethnic group in neighbouring Myanmar.

Inside the Rohingya refugee camps, traumatised exiles ask why the world won’t call the humanitarian crisis ‘genocide’