Millions of Chinese workers have poured into urban centers as their economy booms. But opportunity has come with costs for their children, home alone in rural areas without parental care. Nearly 9 million so-called “left-behind” children see their parents only…
By Max Duncan
Rape has become a tool of war in South Sudan, wielded against women of rival tribes. In partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports from a camp for people fleeing ethnic violence where most…
By PBS NewsHour
The water, gas and electricity cut-offs are the most significant actions by the government since the High Court first ruled against the Hazaribagh tanneries in 2001.
By Justin Kenny and Adam Matthews
Despite several court orders to close down, more than 150 tanneries in Dhaka, Bangladesh's Hazaribagh district continue to operate while dumping 21,000 cubic feet of untreated wastewater daily into one of the world's most crowded cities.
By Justin Kenny
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