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16
Nov

Adel Pazyar: Born of Die

80% of the genes of humans and mice are the same and 90% of genes that cause diseases are also

14
Nov

Byron Smith: Mosul Offensive 2016

Nearly two years since the Islamic State took the city of Mosul in northern Iraq, the Iraqi Army launched an

05
Nov

Linus Escandor II: Philippines’ War on Drugs

Death has been knocking on Filipinos’ doors since Rodrigo Roa Duterte became President of the Philippines on June 30, 2016.

25
Oct

Fabian Muir: Shades of Leisure in North Korea

Mention of ‘North Korea’ evokes a very specific mental image, dominated by military parades, the leaders and the famine of

19
Oct

Carolina Santana: Guaicurus

Walking through my city in a street (Guaicurus), it exist since the city was established, called “zone” of prostitution, I

12
Oct

Valentin Bianchi: The Hope To Exist

A few weeks after the last bombardments on Gaza, life trying to recover. The destroyed buildings are almost all rebuilt,

02
Oct

Natascia Aquilano: Sons of Maidan

Ukraine’s eastern periphery is today nothing more than a heap of destroyed buildings, where people live daily with the roar

30
Sep

Alberto Bernasconi: Cruising on the Biggest Boat in the World

Since may 2016 Harmony of the Seas has been the world’s largest cruise ship in numbers. Just a few of

29
Sep

Olga Ingurazova: Wolf Story

This is a series of interlaced stories that mirror the devastating war that struck a disputed region of the Caucasus

19
Sep

Will Baxter: Burundi – Breaking Point

More than a year has passed since Burundi’s president Pierre Nkurunziza plunged the nation into crisis when he announced he

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