November 21, 2014 /
Peter Gwin
The Central African Republic is one of the last truly wild places on earth, a sparsely populated country that until recently remained quietly anonymous. So why did it descend into chaos?
November 20, 2014 / Instagram
Peter Gwin
Notes from the field by National Geographic editor and Pulitzer Center grantee Peter Gwin, reporting from Central African Republic earlier this year.
November 10, 2014 / Untold Stories
Daniella Zalcman
A week after Uganda’s Constitutional Court struck down the infamous Anti-Homosexuality Act, the LGBT community held their third annual Pride celebration on the banks of Lake Victoria.
July 28, 2009 / Untold Stories
Mary Wiltenburg
Mary Wiltenburg, for the Pulitzer Center
July 28, 2009 / Untold Stories
Mary Wiltenburg
Mary Wiltenburg, for the Pulitzer Center
July 27, 2009 / Untold Stories
Tristan McConnell, Narayan Mahon
On June 4th Narayan Mahon and Tristan McConnell arrived in Somaliland to begin reporting from this unrecognized breakaway region of Somalia.
July 27, 2009 / BBC World
Marco Vernaschi
The West African country of Guinea-Bissau is one of the poorest nations in the world, is a base for narcotics heading to Europe and has a big crack cocaine problem.
July 24, 2009 / Untold Stories
Mary Wiltenburg
Mary Wiltenburg, for the Pulitzer Center
July 23, 2009 / Untold Stories
Mary Wiltenburg
Mary Wiltenburg, for the Pulitzer Center
July 22, 2009 / Untold Stories
Mary Wiltenburg
Mary Wiltenburg, for the Pulitzer Center
July 22, 2009 / World Vision Report
David Hecht
For centuries, nomads from the Fulani ethnic group have driven their cattle across thousands of miles of African grazing lands, through countries including Mali, Niger, Chad, Cameroon and Nigeria.
Marco Vernaschi - West Africa's New Achilles' Heel - VRIJ Nederland
July 22, 2009 / VRIJ Nederland
Marco Vernaschi
A quarter of all cocaine that comes into Europe is smuggled through Africa. In the past year, Guinea-Bissau has been especially touched by the grip of the Colombian mafia and Al-Qaeda.
July 21, 2009 / Christian Science Monitor
Mary Wiltenburg
Two. That’s how many friends Hassan and Dawami told me they had in refugee camps in Tanzania as I prepared to go there.

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