How the winner politicized an ‘anti-tribalist’ message.
Attitudes toward Americans are changing with bilateral cooperation and opportunities for locals.
The system of financial remittances provides an economic lifeline to the war-ravaged country, but it’s coming under pressure.
Despite a century under pressure, a community of 2,000 is keeping its institutions alive.
The city’s daily life is marked by politics, religion and the threat of outsiders.
Journalists are breaking through the Assad regime's information blockade.
The new leaders may be under international sanctions, but most Guineans are happy to see the end of their old regime.
Rising sea levels and heavy storms are displacing millions in the world’s largest delta.
Locals want to put a positive spin on the decades-old threat ‘I will send you to Evros!’