Scarlett Johansson SodaStream row: what's going on?

Briefing Thu 30 Jan, AT 12:55

Actress quits as ambassador for Oxfam amid row over her support for Israeli drinks maker

Hundreds of vulnerable Syrians to be given refuge in UK

One-Minute Read Wed 29 Jan, AT 09:30

Amnesty says move is 'long overdue' but polls suggest nearly half of voters are opposed

Egypt's ex-president appears in court in soundproof glass cage

One-Minute Read Tue 28 Jan, AT 15:24

Mohammed Morsi silenced by government as he faces charges relating to 2011 jail break

Adolf Hitler

Holocaust Memorial Day: time to face up to Hitler within us

Mon 27 Jan, AT 11:50 The Conversation

69 years after liberation of Auschwitz, we must acknowledge rise of race hate, says Rainer Schulze

Ban Ki-moon

Syria peace summit begins: can talks stop the bloody civil war?

Talking Point Wed 22 Jan, AT 09:32

Foreign ministers descend on Montreux despite 'near-zero' expectations of a political breakthrough

Geneva 2: torture photos put onus on humanitarian solution

Tue 21 Jan, AT 12:54 Venetia Rainey

Such cruelty is not confined to the regime's prisons: humanitarian goals must take centre stage at talks

Syria 'killed and tortured' 11,000 detainees, say lawyers

First Reaction Tue 21 Jan, AT 10:00

Evidence of 'systemic killing' by government officials emerges day before start of peace talks

Syria: Iran invitation throws peace talks into 'disarray'

One-Minute Read Mon 20 Jan, AT 09:07

Syrian Opposition threatens to boycott talks after Ban Ki-Moon extends invitation to Tehran

Egyptian ballet paper depicting a yes vote

Egypt: huge vote for new constitution opens way for Sisi

First Reaction Thu 16 Jan, AT 10:10

With voter support for new charter as high as 98%, military chief is almost certain to run for presidency

West sends spies to Syria to counter jihadist threat

One-Minute Read Wed 15 Jan, AT 08:59

There's a 'schism' between those in West who want Assad gone and those who fear what replaces him

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