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Shanghai Skyline
02.09.14 | Anna Greenspan

As the completion of Shanghai Tower marks the end of the city’s science fiction-oriented urban development, Anna Greenspan asks: what next?

Downtown Karachi
29.08.14 | Laurent Gayer

Imran Farooq, second-in-command of Pakistan’s MQM, was stabbed and beaten to death on a London street in 2010. Following the detention of a new suspect, Laurent Gayer investigates Farooq’s mysterious story, from Karachi to London.

Tabaqa Airbase
28.08.14 | Christopher M. Davidson

Was the seizure of Tabaqa Airbase by Islamic State just a part of their overall expansion, or was there another motive at play?