A Dutch journalist and photographer traveled with rebel forces in Darfur in February. They were pinned down by government forces for weeks, before escaping across the border into Chad.
Environmental ‘derivatives’ encourage creative, proactive conservation.
As 3,000 Ethiopian soldiers depart, militia groups are battling to take more control from the weak transitional government.
Although commodity prices for a wide range of crops have fallen by as much as 50 percent from record highs in June, the financial crisis is expected to make food shortages dramatically worse.
The government's disaster relief in Balochistan comes amid ongoing efforts to reach out to the troubled province.
Aid trickles in, but locals struggle to find food before winter's harvest.
Attacks at sea force a UN aid agency to rely on naval guards.
Empty streets and shops belie the image of success that a tightly controlled tour of Pyongyang tries to project.
He catches a glimpse of everyday life in the ‘hermit kingdom’ – sidewalk vendors, electric trollies, neighborhood shops – but also encounters the ever-watchful Pyongyang police.