September 30, 2014 / Untold Stories
Tom Clement
In Sikkim, India, the the victimization of the anti-mega dam activists has politicized hydropower development and transformed the government into what some call a "benign dictatorship."
September 30, 2014 /
Craig Welch, Steve Ringman
Award-winning Pulitzer Center-supported Seattle Times reporting stretched from Pacific Northwest to the South Pacific.
September 30, 2014 / Harper's Magazine
Jenna Krajeski, Sebastian Meyer
When the Islamic State pushed Iraqi Christians from their homes, many fled to Erbil in Iraqi Kurdistan. There, some sought refuge in the concrete frame of a future shopping mall.
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July 27, 2011 / The Economist
Jason Motlagh
Belarussian artists and intellectuals have found a place in Minsk where they can express themselves, but still feel they are being monitored closely by the KGB.
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July 25, 2011 / Untold Stories
Antigone Barton
Dr. Rodwell Vongo, President of the Traditional Health Practitioners Association of Zambia (THPAZ), urges Zambia to look back as well as ahead for answers to fighting HIV-AIDS.
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July 25, 2011 / Untold Stories
Coleen Jose
The town of Taytay is known as one of the most active sites in the Philippines for the Live Reef Fish for Food Trade.
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July 23, 2011 / Time
Samuel Loewenberg
Hundreds of thousands of Somalis have fled their country to escape famine, but they are not finding significant improvement in living conditions when they arrive at the Dadaab complex.
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July 21, 2011 / The Atlantic
Jason Motlagh
As the rallies in Belarus grow each week, the government has begun to crack down. But protesters are not deterred and have started making homemade DVDs of police brutalities.
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July 21, 2011 / Untold Stories
Nadja Drost
Carlino Ararat and other locals fear losing their mining rights and source of livelihood as the Colombian government gives mining exploration titles to large foreign and national mining companies.
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July 21, 2011 / The Washington Post
Rebecca Hamilton
The Satellite Sentinel Project detected three mass graves in Kadugli, Sudan, last week but U.S. officials say it is impossible to confirm because of restricted access to the area.
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July 20, 2011 / Le Monde
Daniel Connolly
The money that drug users spend in your community may be helping Mexican cartels pay their employees, bribe officials, buy weapons, and hire people to torture and kill rivals.
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July 20, 2011 / Time
Samuel Loewenberg
The drought plaguing the horn of Africa has forced hundreds of thousands of Somalians to flee to Kenya where they have settled in makeshift camps near the Dadaab complex.
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July 20, 2011 / Foreign Policy
Ellen Knickmeyer
A wave of young Saudis are graduating and looking to move into the job market, but most cannot find work--a struggle reflected in the country's 40 percent unemployment rate.

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