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Journalist Annabelle Chapman, serving as election observer, watches as the country continues its westward course after months of turmoil.
Since 2007, Hawre Khalid has been photographing his hometown of Kirkuk in Northern Iraq, a multicultural place where Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Christians and foreign workers live together.
A controversial new film reimagines Indian-held Kashmir as the backdrop for Shakespeare’s troubled prince.
After working as a correspondent in Africa, a British writer discovers an album of photographs mysteriously taken in Sierra Leone during the 19th century.
Meet Rob, who sells weed and ketamine to an eager audience of expats in Beijing. His only problem? The police are cracking down.
An American lawyer-turned-photographer visits Guantánamo Bay's residential and leisure spaces to explore the human experience of living there.
The “smoking bar" on Antarctica's McMurdo Station was raucous and depraved. For Hunter R. Slaton, it was perfect.
On the eve of the World Series, San Francisco native Lincoln Mitchell writes about the western reaches of the city in which he grew up.
A trip to an Ethiopian city for a feeding ritual that shows that we can all get along, at least when there’s enough food to go around.
In Istanbul, a once-mighty newspaper that serves the country’s dwindling Greek community is in danger of collapse
The town of Barentsburg located high in the Arctic feels every bit like aSoviet town stuck in time. Except it's in Norway.
Photographer Michael Magers spends an afternoon diving for urchin with the incredible women divers—many of them in the 60s and older—of Mie Prefecture.
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