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How Food Motivated A Prison Escape And A Recovery From PTSD loading...
How Food Motivated A Prison Escape And A Recovery From PTSD
When necessity becomes passion, lives can be saved by gastronomical methods.
Photos Show Years of Oppression in Zimbabwe Before 'Coup' loading...
Photos Show Years of Oppression in Zimbabwe Before 'Coup'
President Robert Mugabe was recently taken into custody, but his rule has been marred by turmoil for decades.
Climate Change And Water Woes Drove ISIS Recruiting In Iraq loading...
Climate Change And Water Woes Drove ISIS Recruiting In Iraq
Battered by shifting resources, desperate farmers were driven into terror recruiters’ clutches. Can it happen again?
Japan's 400-Year-Old Bear Hunt Is Sacred—And Controversial loading...
Japan's 400-Year-Old Bear Hunt Is Sacred—And Controversial
Photographer Javier Corso spent two weeks documenting the Matagi hunters, whose spiritual traditions are under threat.
Armed Robbers Are Now Targeting These Valuable Shellfish loading...
Armed Robbers Are Now Targeting These Valuable Shellfish
As poaching reduces wild abalone stocks in South Africa, criminal syndicates have begun robbing factories and farms, even taking security guards hostage.
Pictures Reveal Iran And Iraq Earthquake, The Deadliest Of 2017 loading...
Pictures Reveal Iran And Iraq Earthquake, The Deadliest Of 2017
The tremor has killed at least 402 people and has devastated local communities.
Veterans Return To Iraq, Seeking Peace Through Adventure loading...
Veterans Return To Iraq, Seeking Peace Through Adventure
In climbing Mount Halgurd, Iraq War veterans find healing—and an opportunity to support nearby communities.
Eerie Photos Reveal Life Inside Guantanamo Bay Prison loading...
Eerie Photos Reveal Life Inside Guantanamo Bay Prison
A photographer captures the stark contrast of life for prisoners and soldiers at the prison.
Exploring Deep Sea and Deep Space Are Surprisingly Similar loading...
Exploring Deep Sea and Deep Space Are Surprisingly Similar
Sylvia Earle and Neil deGrasse Tyson talk about the seas and stars.
Puerto Rico’s Farms Were Wiped Out. Here’s How They’re Bouncing Back loading...
Puerto Rico’s Farms Were Wiped Out. Here’s How They’re Bouncing Back
Government and grassroots efforts are helping agriculture recover from Hurricane Maria—and emerge stronger than before.
Rwandan Orphans Find Hope in Innovative Youth Village loading...
Rwandan Orphans Find Hope in Innovative Youth Village
Some of the country’s most vulnerable teens are getting a good education and valuable skills through a pioneering program.
This Man Just Swam in Antarctic Waters in Next to Nothing loading...
This Man Just Swam in Antarctic Waters in Next to Nothing
Extreme swimmer Lewis Pugh braved extreme temperatures to advocate for a pristine ocean region.

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