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Foreign Film Friday: Turtles Can Fly review - a brutal but essential must-see
The Kurdish war drama was the first film made in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein.
Somaliland: The Experiment In Democracy review - a powerful and eye-opening documentary
Screened as part of ConIFA's film festival, the documentary covers the 2012 elections.
ConIFA World Cup: Final Summary
The tournament came to a dramatic close on Saturday.
ConIFA WFC: Talking points from the final day
Karpatalja won the competition on the last day.
ConIFA WFC Final: Northern Cyprus 0-0 Karpatalja (2-3 on pens) @ Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, Enfield.
Bela Csongor was the hero with three penalty saves that meant his side become champions of the world.
ConIFA WFC 3rd Place Play-Off: Padania 0-0 Szekely Land (5-4 on pens) @ Queen Elizabeth Stadium II, Enfield
Marco Murriello's penalty save won bronze for Padania.
ConIFA WFC: Tibet 1-1 United Koreans In Japan (1-4 on pens) @ St. Paul's Sports Ground, Rotherhithe
UKJ secure 11th place with a penalty win at Fisher AFC.
ConIFA World Football Cup: In Conversation with Kabylia Manager Lyes Immemai
The Kabylia manager spoke to The National Student about his side's experience in the tournament.
ConIFA World Football Cup: Talking points from the Pre-Final Press Conference
Representatives from ConIFA and both finalists spoke to journalists.
ConIFA WFC: The main stories from the penultimate set of matches
The tournament is poised for a dramatic finish on Saturday.
ConIFA WFC Semi Final: Karpatalja 4-2 Szekely Land @ War Memorial Sports Ground, Carshalton
Gyorgy Toma stole the show with two goals in the all-Hungarian tie.
ConIFA WFC Semi-Final: Northern Cyprus 3-2 Padania @ War Memorial Sports Ground, Carshalton
Billy Mehmet inspired two comebacks to put Northern Cyprus into the final.
ConIFA WFC: Chagos Islands 0-1 Matabeleland @ Parkside, Aveley
Liverpool legend Bruce Grobbelaar started and captained Matabeleland in Essex.
ConIFA WFC: The main stories from the quarter-finals and first placement round
Teams pulling out, red cards and penalties were the major stories.
ConIFA WFC Quarter-Final: Karpatalja 3-1 Cascadia @ Gander Green Lane, Sutton
Four second half goals set up an all Hungarian semi-final.
ConIFA WFC Quarter-Final: Barawa 0-8 Northern Cyprus @ Gander Green Lane, Sutton
Northern Cyprus booked their place in the last four in some style.
ConIFA reject Ellan Vannin appeal to block Barawa progression
The side believed Barawa had broken eligibility rules by playing Mo Bettamer.