Since Trump took office, figuring out whom the US is killing and why has become nearly impossible.
The plight of Christians in an age of intolerance.
The ongoing conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo have left more than two million children malnourished.
A tax haven may be depriving other governments of much-needed tax revenue.
How parents in Uganda lose their babies to adoptive families in America.
ISIS has regrouped in the area and continues to terrorize residents.
ISIS has not yet vanished. It is fighting a guerrilla war against the Iraqi State.
When Kurdish forces withdrew from disputed areas in October 2017, they left behind a security vacuum.
How a brutal ethnic cleansing campaign in DRC was made worse by the world’s neglect.
Sometimes, the best thing a reporter can do is simply get out of the way and let people tell their own stories.
Canadian officials probed human rights abuses in US Coast Guard anti-narcotic alliance.
What does it take for a freelance journalist to navigate conflict zone reporting?
Killings resemble early stages of an ethnic cleansing campaign on the Hema tribe.
Private hospitals scored contracts that benefited the nation’s elite.
“When your brother is taken, you know that you will be next…”
Bearing witness to a murder — and a message — on a dirt path in South Sudan.
How the Christian Right has co-opted women’s rights to fight contraceptives in Africa.
An ethnic-cleansing campaign by the government threatens to empty South Sudan.
Police from four countries joined forces to bring down a notorious human smuggler. Here’s how they blew the operation — and why the crackdown on immigration is making things worse.
Three years after a deadly collapse, Bangladesh’s apparel factories have safer structures — and working conditions so oppressive they’re killing people.