Full story - October 15, 2019
A man with no legs sits in a wheelchair in his living room
Nearly 200,000 people in Colombia live with a disability as a result of a half-century of civil war. As Colombia now struggles to secure a lasting peace, the country’s vast mountains, rocky and unpaved roads and spanning pasturelands pose some of the biggest threats to people who must navigate rough terrains in wheelchairs.
Full story - October 01, 2019
A man looks at a screen showing the face of another man projected on a wall
The event’s participants and organizers were fully aware that they were doing something sensitive. In a country where even the word “Rohingya” is taboo, there was a risk that the audience would respond badly.
Full story - September 30, 2019
Brighton Beach
Under the Trump administration, new immigration policy restrictions may impact the 1,000-strong community of Korean Uzbeks in New York City, some of whom came to the US seeking reprieve from harassment and assault in Russia. 
Full story - September 26, 2019
Protesters with signs stand in front of a Starbucks storefront.
The price for coffee beans is half what it was in 2014 and some farmers in coffee-producing countries say they need a cartel to protect them from rock-bottom prices.
Full story - September 18, 2019
Two men in military uniform walk arm and arm
Due to security review slowdowns, US travel bans, extreme vetting and the demise of the Iraqi SIV program, hundreds of thousands of translators are left behind in dangerous — and even deadly — situations. 
Full story - September 17, 2019
A woman stands with smartphone in a shop with organizers
On Tuesday, scores of women volunteers crisscrossed the dusty roads of Israel's southern Negev desert to bring hundreds of Bedouin women from remote villages to their polling stations.
Full story - September 16, 2019
A mass of protesters wearing white and carrying Ethiopian flags gather in the street
These incidents of arson and murder come at a time when tensions between the country’s ethnic groups  —  including Oromo, Amhara and Tigrayan — are already high and causing divisions.
Full story - September 09, 2019
Up close image of Kenyan man wearing black sweatshirt
Activists hope this will set a precedent for intersex rights in Kenya, but intersex inclusion is still far from reality.
Full story - September 06, 2019
Former rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia play football at a camp
Since the FARC rebels announced they would be willing to take up arms again against the government, violence against political hopefuls is on the rise.
Full story - September 04, 2019
Three young men sit closely together and look at a cell phone
Mohamudul Hasson and Tobarik Huson, both Rohingya from Myanmar, met in Malaysia after taking arduous journeys to escape persecution and stagnation as stateless Muslim minorities. Neither Myanmar nor neighboring Bangladesh recognizes them as citizens.

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