Ivory Coast produces 40 percent of the world's cocoa, but cocoa has been a bittersweet crop for the country.
The production of chocolate has long been linked with strife and bloodshed; the 2011 political fighting in the Ivory Coast was the latest chapter in cocoa's violent history.
Pulitzer Center grantees Austin Merrill and Peter DiCampo capture images of daily life in Ivory Coast through their iPhones.
The "March of Millions" brought tens of thousands of protesters to the streets in Moscow on May 6, the day before Vladimir Putin's inauguration as Russian president.
Nairobi's Dandora Municipal Dump Site is the only location for waste in Kenya's capital. Disease and pollution from the dump spill into the households of nearly a million people.
At KADEX, Kazakhstan's military exposition hosted near the capital of Astana, the country's plans to beef up its military were on display.
At the Dandora trash dump in Nairobi, Kenya, the scene is otherworldly: smoke from burning chemicals and plastic, rotting debris, overpowering smells, scavenging animals and humans.
Liberian journalist Tecee Boley and NewsHour special correspondent Steve Sapienza on why the effects of war and a lack of accountability mean poor access to clean water and sanitation.
A day in the life of Abdullah Demirbas, the pro-Kurdish mayor of the Sur district in the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir.
There are 12 to 15 million stateless people worldwide, making statelessness the most overlooked and under-reported human rights crisis.
A photographic tour of the toxic otherworld in Dandora--Nairobi's mountainous wasteland.
Ugandan soldiers have been plodding through the jungle in the Central African Republic, hunting for LRA leader Joseph Kony who is charged with crimes against humanity across four African countries.