Countries all around Europe are dealing with the same dilemma: what to do with citizens who went to join ISIS. Tiny Kosovo is alone in opting to bring back a large group of its citizens.
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Women in Turkey interested in studying computer studies and related fields struggle with ways to overcome gender bias and discrimination in order to join the IT workforce.
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Unable to get HIV/AIDS care in a devastated health care system, desperate Venezuelans look to Colombia.
Glaciologist and engineer César Portocarrero tells Audrey Fromson why people who live below Lake Palcacocha are more focused on daily effects of climate change rather than a likely flood.
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Water is fundamental to Bhutan's physical environment, but it is also deeply interwoven with Vajrayana Buddhism, Bhutan's state religion, from the smallest temples to the biggest hydropower projects.
Why do women in Turkey choose to pursue a career in the IT industry? Are girls socialized to choose certain occupations over others?
Five years after the conflict on the eastern front of Ukraine began, how have women defined the war? And, perhaps, has the war created a new landscape for women?
When your assumptions are proven oh-so-wrong.
One of a series of interviews with women studying computer science in Turkey: Here Shirin Alrhoob speaks with a student at Istanbul Technical University.