Full story - October 15, 2018
Late on Oct. 4, Verona’s local council approved a motion “to prevent abortion and sustain maternity,” which allows the use of public money to fund vehemently anti-abortion Catholic organizations and encourages doctors to dissuade women from aborting. The coalition of center-right councilors also tried and failed to present a motion that would require all aborted fetuses to be buried in a cemetery, even without the consent of the woman involved.
Full story - October 05, 2018
a man holds a protest sign in Lisbon
As political chaos grows across the Atlantic, Brazilian migrants in Portugal are mobilizing in protest.
Full story - September 28, 2018
an unmarked border between Ireland and Northern Ireland
Political and economic uncertainty over Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is making people on the Irish border fear for the island’s fragile peace
Full story - September 24, 2018
Lawrence Alatrash, 25, a non-binary gay Syrian refugee, shows a photo of himself on his mobile phone dressed up in a green tutu for last year's gay pride parade in downtown Athens, Greece.  
Lawrence Alatrash fled his homeland in 2012, not only because of the developing Syrian civil war but also because of safety concerns due to his sexual orientation and gender identity. Now, at 25, he has the freedom to openly express his true self for the first time. 
Full story - September 20, 2018
a poster in North Korea calling for the US to withdraw its military from the south
After three days of talks between the leaders of North and South Korea, spirits are high and promises are many. And South Korean leader Kim Jong-un wants another direct meeting with President Donald Trump.
Full story - September 14, 2018
Congolese artist Bob Elvis
Even though President Joseph Kabila has decided not to run in the upcoming elections, his government is still cracking down on opposition activists. Now, it has extended to artists and musicians.
Full story - September 13, 2018
samuel berhe
Samuel Berhe, like many other Eritreans, fled the country some years ago to escape mandatory national service, which the government made indefinite following the 1998-2000 border war with Ethiopia. The war cost the countries an estimated 100,000 lives, while conscription created a generation of Eritrean refugees.
Full story - September 10, 2018
an african migrant scales a razor-wire topped fence in Ceuta, Spain
The changes come as migrants’ pathways across the Mediterranean evolve to make Spain the busiest gateway into Europe.
Full story - September 06, 2018
Pashtun women in Pakistan hold posters of their missing family members
Pashtuns are an ethnic minority group composed largely of about 30 million people in Pakistan. They have also gone missing by the thousands.
Full story - September 04, 2018
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un walk together
Three months ago, President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un were shaking hands. Now, things appear to be on the verge of falling apart.