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Love without touch

Bankolay Turay’s story of student romance on ice.

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Tamba and Mamie Lebbi on the porch of their home in Sokoma village. Photo: Laurence Ivil

For better or worse

Mamie Lebbi, the first woman to test positive for Ebola, describes how she survived in the bush with her husband’s help.

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‘People were just buried with sticks for markers’: Mariama Jalloh despairs of finding her father’s grave on arrival at the overgrown burial site for Ebola victims in the southern city of Bo. Photo: Hazel Healy

Where my father lies

Mariama B Jalloh’s quest to find her father’s grave.

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Ebola - the facts

Statistics and more on the spread of the virus through West Africa.

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On high alert, post-Ebola: Nafisatu Jabbi (centre right) at the Koindu community clinic, accompanied by a newly replenished staff team, including Community Health Officer Alfonsus Vandi (centre left). Photo: Hazel Healy

Did we learn the right lessons from Ebola?

And will Sierra Leone be ready, should the virus return? Hazel Healy travelled there to find out.

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Moana Beach, Adelaide. Photo by Les Haines

Australia: a nice, friendly, sunny place?

There are many myths about the country that just don't hold up, writes Stephen Langford.

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Presidential candidate Rodrigo 'Digong' Duterte talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling precinct for national elections at Daniel Aguinaldo National High School in Davao city in southern Philippines, 9 May 2016. Photo: Reuters/Erik De Castro

Duterte victory foreshadows a bloody presidency

The candidate won a landslide victory with at least 15 million votes, Iris C. Gonzales reports.

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A rescue boat (L) shines a light on a dinghy carrying refugees and migrants as it approaches the shore near the city of Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos, March 20, 2016. Photo: Reuters/Alkis Konstantinidis

Pt 2/3: A British-Syrian’s experience of a refugee's journey

The refugee crisis has had a profound impact on identity, writes Danny Ryan Youssef in part two of this blog series.

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Mr. Chak Kineesee, Program and Outreach Director at the Mekong School for Local Knowledge. Photo: © Gary Wocker

The Mekong River is not for sale!

The landscape, and the local peoples’ livelihood, have irrevocably changed, Gary Wockner reports in this photo essay.

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A general view shows a damaged street with sandbags used as barriers in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district, Syria March 6, 2015. Photo: Reuters/Hosam Katan/File Photo

Pt 1/3: A British-Syrian’s experience of a refugee's journey

The reality of civil war and migration rips identity apart while exposing new hope in humanity, writes Danny Ryan Youssef.

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Mongolian herder Doljin Byambasurengiin lost more than 200 livestock to this year’s winter disaster. Photo: Madoka Ikegami

Mongolia’s dzud disaster

Plunging temperatures test the survival skills of the country’s nomadic herders, as this photo essay by Madoka Ikegami shows.

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital city. Photo by Phalinn Ooi

Is Cambodia’s skyscraper dream a nightmare?

The building work currently going on in Phnom Penh may also reveal the inadequacies of the country’s ‘progress’, writes David Hutt.

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Dharavi slum. Photo by Thomas Leuthard

Life in an Indian slum

This is something that even middle class Indians have no clue about, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

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Journalist Rafael Leon. Photo: Supreme Court of Lima

Peru’s independent media under attack

A blow for press freedom occurs just as the country prepares for a new ultra-right government, writes Stephanie Boyd.

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President Dilma Rousseff. Photo: Agência Brasil Fotografias under a Creative Commons Licence

Impeachment of Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff is a setback for the whole country

Increased political polarization has fueled the growth of the far right wing and repression of social movements, writes Sarah Roure.

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Love without touch

Bankolay Turay’s story of student romance on ice.

Bankolay Turay June, 2016 493 Read
For better or worse

Mamie Lebbi, the first woman to test positive for Ebola, describes how she survived in the bush with her husband’s help.

Moses F James June, 2016 493 Read
Where my father lies

Mariama B Jalloh’s quest to find her father’s grave.

Mariama B Jalloh June, 2016 493 Read
Ebola - the facts

Statistics and more on the spread of the virus through West Africa.

Hazel Healy June, 2016 493 Read
Did we learn the right lessons from Ebola?

And will Sierra Leone be ready, should the virus return? Hazel Healy travelled there to find out.

Hazel Healy June, 2016 493 Read
Australia: a nice, friendly, sunny place?

There are many myths about the country that just don't hold up, writes Stephen Langford.

Stephen Langford May, 2016 493 Read
Duterte victory foreshadows a bloody presidency

The candidate won a landslide victory with at least 15 million votes, Iris C. Gonzales reports.

Iris Cecilia Gonzales May, 2016 493 Read
Pt 2/3: A British-Syrian’s experience of a refugee's journey

The refugee crisis has had a profound impact on identity, writes Danny Ryan Youssef in part two of this blog series.

Danny Ryan Youssef May, 2016 493 Read
The Mekong River is not for sale!

The landscape, and the local peoples’ livelihood, have irrevocably changed, Gary Wockner reports in this photo essay.

Gary Wockner May, 2016 493 Read
Pt 1/3: A British-Syrian’s experience of a refugee's journey

The reality of civil war and migration rips identity apart while exposing new hope in humanity, writes Danny Ryan Youssef.

Danny Ryan Youssef May, 2016 493 Read
Mongolia’s dzud disaster

Plunging temperatures test the survival skills of the country’s nomadic herders, as this photo essay by Madoka Ikegami shows.

Madoka Ikegami May, 2016 493 Read
Is Cambodia’s skyscraper dream a nightmare?

The building work currently going on in Phnom Penh may also reveal the inadequacies of the country’s ‘progress’, writes David Hutt.

David Hutt May, 2016 493 Read
Life in an Indian slum

This is something that even middle class Indians have no clue about, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Mari Marcel Thekaekara May, 2016 493 Read
Peru’s independent media under attack

A blow for press freedom occurs just as the country prepares for a new ultra-right government, writes Stephanie Boyd.

Stephanie Boyd May, 2016 493 Read
Impeachment of Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff is a setback for the whole country

Increased political polarization has fueled the growth of the far right wing and repression of social movements, writes Sarah Roure.

Sarah Roure May, 2016 493 Read