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article 05 September 2014 UK, Scotland
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by The Highlands: should they stay or should they go?

The Highlands are often thought of as emblematic of Scottish national identity. But will they say yes or no in the referendum? Inigo Gilmore takes the high road from Thurso to Inverness to find out.

article 18 August 2014 World
News
by Was Salem Shamaly's killing a war crime?

Gaza resident Salem Shamaly - "the man in the green shirt" - was killed, apparently by a sniper, during the latest conflict with Israel. His family believes it has a case for a war crime prosecution.

video 15 August 2014 World, Palestine

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What really happened to Salem Shamaly? - video

He was shot as he searched for family members in the ruins of their Gaza homes: 23-year-old Salem Shamaly - allegedly killed as he strayed into the path of an Israeli sniper. So what really happened?

video 05 August 2014 World, Israel

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Israeli soldiers 'prepare to return' to Gaza - video

Israeli soldiers tell Inigo Gilmore that they believe they will have to return to Gaza because a 'terrorist' organisation "such as Hamas" will "grow back".

article 01 August 2014 UK, Israel
Hadar Goldin, Israeli officer
by Gaza: Israeli 'will continue fight against Hamas'

Israel will keep fighting Palestinian guerrillas in the Gaza Strip after the army completes its mission of destroying cross-border tunnels, says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

video 30 July 2014 World, Israel

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Israeli politician denies 'little snake' Palestinian post

Ayelet Shaked, a far-right Jewish Home party member, tells Channel 4 News she denies calling Palestinian children "little snakes" and apparently endorsing mass deaths on Facebook.

article 29 July 2014 World, Israel
Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque (Getty Images)
by In Jerusalem, the Gaza war is touching everyone

It may be far removed from the fury of Gaza, but even in Jerusalem a clawing sense of foreboding is never far away, writes Inigo Gilmore. And there is one tell-tale sign: the streets are almost empty.

article 28 March 2014 World, Uganda
US pastor Scott Lively
by Scott Lively: 'protecting civilisation' from homosexuals

Inigo Gilmore meets US pastor Scott Lively, one of a group of Americans thought to have influenced a new law in Uganda which carries some of the harshest penalties in the world for openly gay people.

video 15 March 2014 World, United States

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Three years, 100,000 dead. Has the west forgotten Syria?

Has Washington forgotten what is now the worst humanitarian crisis in modern times? Or has the argument for intervention in Syria simply been lost?