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...

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...

Indonesians Got Help After the Tsunami. Now They Want to Help Myanmar’s Rohingya Refugees.

Refugees are not always met with open arms, but when some 1,800 Bangladeshi and Rohingya migrants came ashore in the Indonesian province of Aceh three months ago, villagers brought them food...

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