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Sulfide and crust mining may have unforeseen environmental effects that will damage life on Pacific Islands. Image by Sarah Fahmy. Papua New Guinea, 2016.
December 7, 2016 Sarah Fahmy
Will corporate interests and our modern way of life damage the people and nature on Pacific Islands? What effects will mining for metals off the coast of Papua New Guinea and other countries have?
Martin Preuss Centre at Bwaila Hospital in Lilongwe. Image by Jen Stephens. Malawi, 2016.
December 6, 2016
Jennifer Stephens
Young people born with HIV in Malawi now confront their adolescent years with the support of teen clinics and clubs.
A young girl carries scavenged coal from the bottom of the Alkusha Coalfield.
December 2, 2016
Larry C. Price
In the tiny Indian village of Ganshadih, women and young girls dodge underground fire to scavenge meager bits of coal from India's largest open-pit mine.
Aerial view of Mexico City and the World Trade Center Mexico City. Image by Isabel Izek. Mexico, 2016
November 28, 2016 / Untold Stories
Isabel Izek
Large investments in Mexico’s healthcare system have yet to reap benefits. What are the barriers that hospitals funded by the federal government face?
New Market
November 17, 2016 / Untold Stories
Lauren Markham
Millenial mayor of San Salvador Nayib Bukele has promised to transform San Salvador into a "city of lights"—and he's doing so in unconventional ways. Will his strategies work?
Hospital Pediátrico Legaría
November 15, 2016 / Untold Stories
Isabel Izek
On paper, all Mexican citizens have access to healthcare, but the level of care varies drastically.
A six-month old baby boy who is suffering from chronic seizures resulting from untreated gastroenteritis
November 14, 2016 / Untold Stories
Isabel Izek
On paper, all Mexican citizens have access to healthcare, but the level of care varies drastically. Public systems put in place by the government falsely construct a universal healthcare system.
Waiting
November 7, 2016 / Untold Stories
Robin Shulman
Six-year-old Hala Tameem and her four brothers and sisters are excited to start a new school in Des Moines. But they worry other kids won't like them because they're Syrian.
Deforestation due to palm oil farming threatens Borneo's rainforests. Screenshot from Kent Wagner's video "Mist and Mystery: Deforestation". Indonesia, 2016.
November 5, 2016 / Untold Stories
Kent Wagner
Borneo is home to the Earth’s oldest rainforests, but deforestation is slowly depleting them.
Ghazweh Aljabooli and her husband and five children arrive in the Des Moines airport just before midnight one night in June 2016.
November 4, 2016 / Untold Stories
Robin Shulman
Ghazweh Aljabooli didn't know anyone in the United States when she and her family landed as refugees in the Des Moines airport one night in June 2016. But slowly they began to build new lives.
Wildlife in Borneo's rainforests face the same challenges as its indigenous people, the Dayak. Screenshot from Kent Wagner's "Mist and Mystery: The Dayak". Indonesia, 2016.
November 4, 2016 / Untold Stories
Kent Wagner
The Dayak, Borneo's indigenous tribe, are altering their way of life due to increasing deforestation.
Malikka Bouaissa (left) and Assia Missaoui
November 3, 2016 / Untold Stories
Nick Shindo Street
Sword-wielding ISIS partisans grab headlines and prompt clicks, but Europe's other Muslim fringe—women, LGBT people, artists and community activists—are far more numerous and influential.
November 2, 2016 / Untold Stories
Kent Wagner
Oil palm is the world’s most productive oil food crop, yielding more than 40 percent of global vegetable oil production. But controversy surrounds the way in which it is farmed and the effects that...

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