When three of Sudan’s Lost Boys return home, they learn of the stymied peace process, and how conditions remain as difficult as ever.
The carnage wreaked by resource wars in Southern Sudan through the eyes of those who have survived. Part two of two.
Evidence of more than a dozen cases of soldiers who passed the rigorous health screening given recruits — and yet were diagnosed, after serving in Iraq, with a pre-existing “personality disorder.”
The carnage wreaked by resource wars in Southern Sudan through the eyes of those who have survived. Part one of two.
Congo’s tropical forests are the second largest on the planet, and they process staggering amounts of CO2. But the nation’s new political stability may put them at risk of deforestation.
He took shrapnel to the head in Ramadi, Iraq. But instead of care, he got booted from the Army for an alleged pre-existing “personality disorder.”