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By Rahim Faiez, Lee Keath, Associated Press
The U.S. State Department is now allowing non-essential workers and family members to leave Ethiopia as rebel forces from the Northern Tigray region approach the capital. The two sides and their allies have been fighting for exactly one year, and…
By Nick Schifrin, Morgan Till, Ali Rogin
The United Nations calls Yemen the site of the worst humanitarian suffering in the world. Years of war have caused widespread starvation and disease; supply routes are blocked by fighting, and fuel and food prices have spiked. With the economy…
By Jane Ferguson
Boko Haram’s insurgency in northeastern Nigeria has claimed thousands of lives, but the millions of survivors must now contend with hunger.
By Danielle Villasana
Luny, 14, is one of the lucky ones. He was recently released from an armed group in South Sudan, where he spent three years of his young life.
By Sebastian Rich
By PBS NewsHour
South Sudan, the world’s newest country, is again on the brink of a civil war. Photographer Sebastian Rich has covered the conflict in the country for more than four decades, and he is there now on a mission with UNICEF,…
Nuns at the St. Joseph Health Centre in Bangui, Central African Republic, grow their own algae as a supplement for malnourished children who have been suffering the ravages of war.
By Adelyn Baxter
New research from scientists at the University of Vermont and Harvard University demonstrates the devastating impact the continued loss of pollinators like honey bees could have on millions of people in the developing world.
By Hari Sreenivasan, Jason Kane
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