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A journey to Bangladesh’s Sundarbans, the world’s largest contiguous mangrove forest, where rising waters threaten the future of a fragile environment.
Foreign correspondent Stephan Faris visits the island of Lampedusa, which is both a tourist destination and a grim waystation for migrants crossing the Mediterranean.
India, long an importer of sports, finally has one to send out to the rest of the world: roll ball, the bastard child of rollerskating and basketball.
In rural Honduras, poverty, murder, and injustice fuels a battle between farmers and rich landowners.
Merge Records started in a bedroom in Chapel Hill 25 years ago. Today, they are one of the most influential indie record labels in the world.
After centuries as an iconic Cockney ingredient, the always slithering, often jellied eel has fallen on hard times.
The Ukrainian Army has been sending young soldiers into combat without body armor or even helmets at times. Enter the ‘ants’—pro-Ukraine Ukrainian volunteers who walk army surplus goods over the Polish border, one bag at…
The remote Pakistani desert of Achro Thar may not have much, but as the Dr. Haathi Singh and his famed camel ambulance prove, there’s ingenuity and kindness aplenty.
In South African townships, an ostentatious youth subculture is about much more than expensive clothing.
A photographer traveled throughout Papua New Guinea documenting various forms of violence towards women, and some of the men responsible.
An invasive species is devouring the native inhabitants of Belize's reefs, and enterprising Belizeans are fighting back, in kind.
Only recently released from the rule of the military junta, Myanmar is struggling to hold its varying ethnic and religious groups together.
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