In 2015, three schoolgirls were photographed at the airport, en route to Syria. Will any of them ever come home?
In Uganda, a strip of fabric can help lift families out of poverty.
It is looking like this might finally be the end for the Republican party’s ill-fated Trump experiment.
As the world focuses on the Olympics, working-class Brazil is being united by greater recognition of passinho dance culture.
What do claims about the Republican candidate’s relationship with America’s old foe mean for the race to the presidency?
The apocryphal tale of a natural disaster creating the country’s First Dynasty is backed up by a recent archaeological excavation.
With the Olympics about to open in Rio de Janeiro, people whose communities have been relocated and who have been overlooked in the favelas are reluctant to celebrate.
Who’s who in the anti-EU political movements on the continent?
The list just keeps getting longer.
A report from one of the Iranian capital’s poorest and most conservative areas, and a trip around a new shopping mall in the north of the city.
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