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Night Adventures in Kampala: A Q&A with Michele Sibiloni

Photographing the Ugandan capital after the sun goes down.

“At night, people drop their masks and go wild”

Night Adventures in Kampala: A Q&A with Michele Sibiloni

18 Things to Know Before You Go to Trieste

Embrace the melancholy, the buffet, and a new coffee language: how to travel well in Italy's polyglot port state.

"Don’t expect pizza"

18 Things to Know Before You Go to Trieste

One Night in el Pinche Gringo

Watching the first U.S. presidential debate as an American in Mexico City.

"The Trump joke has worn thin"

One Night in el Pinche Gringo

A Ballistic Bowl of Bún Cha

The story behind the dish Obama and Bourdain shared in Vietnam.

“He loved it”

A Ballistic Bowl of Bún Cha

Mr. Bun Cha: A Q&A With Anthony Bourdain

What it’s like to drink beers and eat noodles with Obama.

Mr. Bun Cha: A Q&A With Anthony Bourdain

Unbylined: A Q&A With a Mexican Fixer

What it’s like to work in media in one of the world’s deadliest countries for journalists.

Unbylined: A Q&A With a Mexican Fixer

Teach a Man to Farm

In Italy, migrants must wait six months after applying for asylum to work legally. By teaching them farming skills, an organization in Genoa hopes to make them less vulnerable to exploitation.

Teach a Man to Farm
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Scenes From a Fried-Chicken Restaurant

A visit to the most controversial fast-food joint in New Jersey after an attempted terrorist attack.

Scenes From a Fried-Chicken Restaurant

19 Things to Know Before You Go to Goa

Portuguese offal dishes, homegrown firewater, and cucumber feasts: a local's guide to India's melting pot.

19 Things to Know Before You Go to Goa

The Subtle Secrets of Persian Home Kitchens

A conversation with Naomi Duguid on her travels through Iran, gastro-nationalism, and the right way to eat a pomegranate.

The Subtle Secrets of Persian Home Kitchens

The Prawn War

In the narrow strait between India and Sri Lanka, fishermen are locked in a deadly battle over dwindling catches.

The Prawn War

Drought, Displacement, Debt

A quarter of India's population was affected by a massive drought this summer. In the region of Marathwada, farmers are losing hope.

Drought, Displacement, Debt

Unbylined: A Q&A With a Chinese Fixer

Behind the scenes in one of the world’s least press-friendly countries.

Unbylined: A Q&A With a Chinese Fixer

Iran’s Beach-Town Boom

Tourism is booming, and millions of Iranians are re-discovering the seductions of their northern Caspian Sea coast.

Iran’s Beach-Town Boom

Life in a Landfill

A day in the life of a family living in one of Central America’s largest dumps.

Life in a Landfill
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