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In a Chinese ghost city, James Miller consoles a gay friend being forced to marry a woman
Every year, the Vatican's priests, deacons and seminarians from across the world compete in a soccer tournament. Spend a week with the 2014 winners.
At the most influential Live Action Role-Playing gathering of its kind, the weirdest thing isn’t wizards or witches—it’s new-found fame
An amateur team in Turkish Kurdistan competes against a backdrop of police violence and a moribund peace process.
The French photographer documents Iran's vibrant art world and the creativity triggered by restriction.
In Egypt’s frontier, a centuries-old code of tribal law is losing its sway
Around 100,000 Sahrawis live as refugees in the Algerian desert, dreaming of the day Western Sahara will be theirs again.
Writer Will Philipps takes part in the Pyongyang marathon, in the first year the Hermit Kingdom has opened the race to foreign amateur runners.
In Kolkata, a tranquil and crumbling British cemetery is a haunting monument to an unforgiving time
A controversial museum funded by an eccentric millionaire, featuring a poo machine and the chocolate-coated entrails of a suicide bomber, has bolstered tourism in Tasmania, much to critics’ dismay.
The Australian photographer looks at daily life in a country that the international community is forgetting.
In Honduras’s most violent city, fear and despair fuels an unwelcome exodus to the U.S.
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