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On the other side of the bars: the broken families of al-Sisi's Egypt

  • Justice
  • Human Rights

CAÏRO - This year, Egypt is hosting the international climate summit COP27. An African first of symbolic importance, but international organisations like Amnesty International point to the serious abuses in Egyptian prisons. They see the Egyptian presidency as an attempt to polish the regime's image before the international community.

EACOP, the megaproject of the oil company Total that threatens East Africa

  • Environment
  • Industry

In 2006, the British company Tullow Oil discovered oil reserves in the Albertine Region of northwestern Uganda, with 6.5 billion recoverable barrels. At the beginning of 2022, the French oil company Total secured an agreement with the governments of Tanzania and Uganda and the Chinese state company CNOOC to start constructing the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP). The project will create the largest oil heated pipeline covering 1,443 kilometres between Hoima in Uganda and Tanga in Tanzania, from where the crude oil will be exported.

The Invisible Man

  • Corruption
  • Data Journalism
  • Exploitation
  • Industry
  • Politics

MINSK - "Belarusian government allocated money from the budget to fund projects of Chyzh and Tomaševskij. Businessmen have been given benefits and exclusive opportunities to increase their income."


The return of wild salmon in Switzerland, an old fish tale?

  • Environment
  • Fishing industry

In 1987, a year after the Basel environmental disaster that left 1.5 million fishes dead in the Upper Rhine, nine European countries met and promised to restore the river including reintroducing Atlantic salmon by the year 2000 in its natural reproduction habitat in Switzerland. 35 years later, migratory fish travel up the river but are still stuck in France and can’t enter the Swiss confederation.

Pelagic fishes know no national borders

  • Environment
  • Fishing industry

According to a 1980 international UN law, the Northeastern Atlantic countries must meet regularly to agree on a fishing quota for each country––so that everybody gets a fair share and fish stocks don't get overfished. The multilateral agreements are supposed to ensure that no government exploits the moving fish resource within their borders.

The Sinking Cities Project

  • Cities
  • Environment

The Sinking Cities Project is an ambitious, six city investigation into how coastal area are preparing for the threat of climate change-caused sea level rise. Brought to you by Unbias the News and The Dublin Inquirer, the investigation targeted Alexandria, Egypt; Dhaka, Bangladesh; Dublin, Ireland; Karachi, Pakistan; Lagos, Nigeria and Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Green Veins of Europe: Ecocorridors and the European Green Deal.

  • Environment

EUROPE - From red deer traces and half wild horses, to ecoducts and tree plantations, till mountain ranges and free flowing rivers. They have something in common: these are the roads and routes that nature uses. 

Invasion into the future. Russian aggression jeopardized the green modernisation of Ukrainian steel industry and the climate goals by EU

  • Armed conflict
  • Environment

KYIV - This story is about the readiness of Ukrainian iron and steel industry – the second largest generator of foreign exchange earnings and a significant polluter, to implement green production technologies after the end of the war.

Cinderella cyclists

  • Environment
  • Transport

VILNIUS - Infrastructure for cycling is patchy in Lithuania, despite many municipalities promoting it and the European Union supporting it with its structural and cohesion funds, among others. These funds, however, are designed on an assumption that local authorities have community needs at heart when they issue calls for tender. This assumption proved to be an overestimation, of not wishful thinking.

The environmental and social impacts of Europe and Japan's Waste to Energy push in Southeast Asia

  • Environment

South-East Asia’s informal workers are fighting to stop their livelihoods going up in flames with the expansion of waste-to-energy plants.