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The new caliphate

Last May two brothers claimed a Philippine city for ISIS. It was a horror centuries in the making: a fatal cocktail of failed politics, colonialism and global terror. Could it happen again?
As many as one million migrants are being held against their will in Libya as hostages and slaves to armed gangs. Europe wants to keep it that way.

Reasonable doubt

The only witness has recanted. There is no physical evidence. Why is Rodney Lincoln still incarcerated for murder?

Coerced communities

In February 1942, H.G. Adler and his wife, Gertrud, along with her parents, were “deported” to Theresienstadt. This was no ordinary concentration camp. At...

In the shadow of Berta Cáceres

Environmental activists in Honduras know there may be a bullet for them like there was for Berta. And they keep fighting.

The sacrificial generation

Young refugees grew up in a globalized world but are being destroyed by ‘globalizing wars.’

The massacre at Tula Toli

Survivors of ethnic cleansing in Myanmar are haunted and broken by what they’ve seen.

Daw Suu has nothing to say

An ethnic cleansing is happening in Myanmar, yet Aung San Suu Kyi—and the global community—remains silent.

My name is Deema Kashak

The Syrian civil war has displaced over 11 million people. This is the story of five of them.

Venezuela under siege

A photojournalist recounts his country’s descent into division and dictatorship.

The tyranny of patriotism

How despots use language to seduce and subdue the population

The people vs. Nicolás Maduro

How chavismo brought Venezuela to ruin

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