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Why are people willing to risk jail time and spend fortunes for this tiny South American finch?
Among the vineyards and fruit farms of South Africa’s Western Cape, the mysterious death of a farmworker reveals a violent history.
In Lima's poorest districts, bands of citizens have assembled through social media to fight crime, often employing brutal tactics. But are they any different than the gangsters they…
In Galicia, four sisters are taking on the male-dominated culture of percebeiras.
At the ultimate outsider football tournament, the not-quite-official team of a not-quite-independent country tries to make its mark.
A story of cops, kelp, fear and the bizarre abalone-for-meth trade that links poor South Africans with a growing Chinese appetite for the status-symbol shellfish
Why are furious mobs in Vietnam murdering the desperate men accused of stealing dogs bound for the dinner table?
He was famous beyond Cuba’s shores for his mighty endowment, a symbol of an era of sex and sin. But when the revolution came, he disappeared.
In the limitless, drug-fuelled summer before the publication of his first book, the young writer Karl Taro Greenfeld buries looming disappointments with Europe’s drifters in Ibiza
On his deep travels through Japan's food culture, Matt Goulding meets the improbable Guatemalan master of okonomiyaki
Karachi hosts the world's greatest—and most ostentatious—version of the Abrahamic slaughter ritual, fueling a turf war between criminals and strongmen of political and religious parties.