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  • Nov 16 2014
  • 8:00am
Spain's long road to peace… via Argentina
A winding and deserted road through the rocky, pine-covered foothills of the Sierra de Guadarrama to the north-west of Madrid eventually leads to arguably the most controversial mo...
  • Nov 12 2014
  • 11:27am
Journalists: "No longer on the frontline, we are the frontline"
I was chatting with my friend at the BBC’s New Broadcasting House when both of our phones suddenly beeped with Twitter alerts.
  • Nov 24 2014
  • 3:22pm
What are the best books about identity for teenagers?
During the our Guardian Teen Takeover Week authors Alan Gibbons, Sita Brahmachari, Deborah Ellis and Bali Rai recommended some of their favourite books for young adults to us.
  • Nov 24 2014
  • 2:21pm
The number one news formula: sport and more sport
So there I was, driving along, listening to the radio, when the news comes on. Wow. What’s this! The top news is ... it’s unbelievable. Forget Afghanistan, Iraq or Syri...
  • Nov 20 2014
  • 12:33pm
Journalist Gao Yu, human rights lawyers Pu Zhiqiang and Tang Jingling, signatories of Charter 08, could face harsher charges
Journalist Gao Yu (高瑜), human rights lawyers Pu Zhiqiang  浦志强  and Tang Jingling (唐荆陵), signatories of Charter 08  could face harsher charges....