Hana Kapetanovic reports on Workers’ Day marches in Beirut, Lebanon, a country which is tainted by inequalities and discrimination against its large migrant worker population.Read more
Hana Kapetanovic looks into the troubled Middle Eastern country’s recent and long-overdue presidential election, and why politics in Lebanon is so fraught with disagreement and sectarian conflict.Read more
Hana Kapetanovic looks at the recent sentencing of Radovan Karadžić and the implications for the future.Read more
Turkey voted to re-elect the Justice and Development Party (AKP) earlier this week, this time with a parliamentary majority. Although the party made strong gains over the June 7th elections, it was not quite enough for the 330 seats required in order for the party to make constitutional changes. President Erdoğan has had to defend his win in the face of media criticism.
He said: “Now a party with some 50% [of the vote] in …Read more
Hana Kapetanovic is runner-up in the written category of The Bubble 2014 Winter-Themed Creative Competition with this poem.Read more