Tourists Abandon Ghana Despite Its Successes Against Ebola

Each evening the fishermen set out in their hand-carved wooden boats. By nightfall, the horizon is dotted by a long row of small lights, their own constellation. Fish are...

The Iranian-Saudi Proxy Wars Come to Mali

In a country where two-thirds of the adults are illiterate, it is a privileged few who have the chance to study at the Mustafa International School. Located in the western...

A Country on the Brink: Millions Go Hungry in South Sudan

Mary Nyabouth and her six children fled fighting in her village of Nyal in late June, paddling two hours in a canoe until she reached a remote island in the...

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