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From its pubs to the pier, from Friedrich Engels to feminism — the city rises above the familiar din of a developed world


In recent years, a community of people living with albinism have forged connections on platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp, turning a societal stigma into social bonds and offline friendship

Wada Koli women  and children selling their bead and mirror work dolls in Nirona Village

A craft and culture tour of the remote district in western India reveals a rich and vibrant community engaged in creating colourful textiles and artefacts


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A conversation with Fakir Syed Saifuddin, the director of the family-run Fakir Khana Museum in the Pakistani city, turns out to be a valuable lesson in history

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A foul-mouthed Brit with ‘a fifth-grade understanding of American politics’, John Oliver talks about the secret to satire

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Facial recognition is the new hot tech topic in the country. Banks, airports, hotels and even public toilets are all trying to verify people’s identities