THE LONG READ

Kenya's lesbian footballers fight for the right to play
Around the world, lesbian and bisexual football players, often facing discrimination, are at the forefront of top women's teams, unlike in the men's game
Inside the Alex Jones jury room: pizza and 'lizard people'
The jury's initial idea about how much American conspiracy theorist owed to the parents of a murdered Sandy Hook first-grader ranged from $500,000 to $200 million
UK proceeds with Rwanda scheme as migrant boats keep coming
Governments across the world are wrestling with how to deal with refugee influx and Britain is the latest country to attempt to outsource asylum seekers
Amin Nasser: a homegrown engineer who reached the top
Nasser's Saudi Aramco vies with Apple as the world's most valuable company, helped by a rise in oil prices to 14-year-highs after Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Split families still suffer after 75 years of partition
Thousands of families remain divided after India and Pakistan were formed, while words and tears binding them but with no hope of reunion
The vast nuclear plant in the eye of the war in Ukraine
It is Europe's biggest nuclear power plant and one of the largest in the world. The greatest risk to the reactors is from a drop in water supply
Scam loan apps extorting Mexicans thrive in Play Store
Twenty-nine loan apps with millions of downloads in the Google Play Store have been reported to the authorities for extortion, fraud, and violation of Mexican privacy law
A year after Taliban takeover, Afghan family remains divided
Massouda Kohistani managed to fight her way on to a foreign military flight and ended up in Spain as she was trying to escape the Taliban a year ago, but her mother could not make it
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