As Pakistan expels millions of Afghans, many born on Pakistani soil, activists say the State is acting indiscriminately and illegally, often based on ethnicity.
David Cameron returns to the front benches in a shocking development, as Braverman is sacked over claims that the Met Police is "biased".
Mounir is from the last living generation that experienced the Nakba, the expulsion of 750,000 Palestinians from the Holy Land in 1948. This is his story.
Craig Mokhiber's letter follows the recent high-profile resignation of senior US State Department official, Josh Paul, over "destructive" US policy decisions.
UN says "mass ethnic cleansing" of Palestinians is underway. Concurrently, condemnation continues from various countries, including South Africa and Ireland.
Led by the Palestinian ambassador to the UK, Husam Zomlot, political and media voices are underscoring the long-running plight of the stateless Palestinians.
As Britain grapples with a cost of living crisis, the deeper fissures in the economy, including inadequate education and training spend, are more evident than ever.
British business groups have urged the government to formulate a long-term industrial policy, with industry leaders pushing for tax breaks to be made permanent.
Antonio Guterres condemned Hamas' attack inside Israel and reminded Israel that it is breaking international law by tightening Gaza's already perilous blockade.
Rachel Reeves was in the limelight in Liverpool, described as the would-be "first female Chancellor ever in Britain", and also the "best qualified".
Narges Mohammadi has bravely campaigned in Iran since the late 90s against the regime's brutal violations of human rights. She is still imprisoned.
Hints of axing the Birmingham-Manchester line have invited wide-ranging wrath that has overshadowed the Tory conference. Official confirmation is still pending.
October is UK Black History Month. The theme in 2023 is "salute our sisters" as Britons pay homage to the numerous contributions of black British women.
New data has shown the UK economy grew faster than Germany or France since Covid, but analysts are wary of the future, as recent figures show sluggishness.
Scotland is due to allow supervised use of injectable drugs under medical supervision, in a move to tackle skyrocketing drug-related deaths.
Ex-Apple designer Sir Jony Ive is in talks with OpenAI's Sam Altman to create the first AI consumer device in the form of a next-generation smartphone.
Hints that a key segment of the HS2 rail line may be scrapped have met with considerable anger on both sides of the aisle and from the business community.
The entry of Isabel Peralta, a Spanish neo-Nazi banned by Germany, into the UK has been contrasted by campaigners to the government's policy on asylum seekers.
Whilst high interest rates are putting pressure on Western stock exchanges, China and Russia are facing difficulties of their own.
Whilst Whitehall says the slight drop in inflation month-on-month means its policies are working, the UK still has one of the highest inflation rates in the G20.
There were hints of frosty relations at this month's G20, with the two premiers less than cordial, but Monday's bombshell has taken the crisis to a new level.
Whilst the case focuses on Google's monopoly over online search, other areas of the business are being scrutinised as well on both sides of the Atlantic.
The train drivers' union, Aslef announced members will walk out on Saturday 30 September and Wednesday 4 October, as an 18-month-long dispute continues to simmer.
Initial GDP figures for July show a fall of 0.5 per cent, a worse performance than expected by economists, increasing the fears of a "mild recession".
The Bank of England forecasts, however, predict salary growth of only 15 per cent over the same time period.
In the latest twist of a five-year saga, Special Prosecutor David Weiss will seek a grand jury indictment of Hunter Biden, relating to drug and tax offences.
The world is halfway to the 2030 deadline of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. As challenges abound, a crucial issue needs attention: how to foot the bill.
Resisting the erasure of an identity that dates to pre-biblical times, diaspora Palestinians focus on what lies beyond the painful headlines – the Palestinian culture.
A recent ranking shows Britain's global competitiveness dropping for the second year in a row, as business executives lose confidence in the country.
Apart from global factors, UK policy decisions have exacerbated inflation – whether post-pandemic public spending or the slow pace of interest rate hikes.