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By Larisa Epatko
The 2013 collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh was considered the worst garment industry accident of all time. Here's what has changed since.
"They kept us in a big, covered house where no-one could spot where we were, even by air we could not be seen," one of the girls said.
For weeks during brief cease-fires in the volatile rebel-held Eastern Ghouta region outside Damascus, few Syrians left. That all changed this week as thousands escaping Syrian government bombings left by foot with the only belongings they could carry.
North Korea’s missile program dominates news coverage, but the humanitarian situation there is equally dire, according to a report released this week by aid organization CARE.
In 1991, CARE Niger launched a loan program, called Mata Masu Dubara or “women on the move,” to give women-managed households more economic security.
Iraqis are returning home in greater numbers than those displaced by conflict for the first time in four years, the International Organization for Migration said Friday.
From hurricanes and floods to scientific discoveries and World Series wins, we look back at some of the year's tragedies, developing stories and more lighthearted moments.
Street art offers a way to express concerns and advocate for change in Afghanistan in a non-violent way.
By Sebastian Rich
Between October 2016 and August 2017, some 1,415 children have been born at this unit in Azraq, which averages six births a day.
Red flag-draped rallies in Moscow marked the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution on Tuesday. But despite the demonstrations, the crimes of the past and faded memories have made some Russians ambivalent about the centenary.
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