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Tourism is now Iceland’s No. 1 industry, but this transformation hasn’t come without growing pains. Other northern regions can take note as they assess their own potential.
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Around 40 percent of Turkish women go to university, but only 11 percent graduate. Activists say a range of obstacles, from
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After three years under siege, children in Eastern Ghouta are forced to steal and beg for their survival. To make matters
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Residents of Clyde River, Nunavut, hope to quash a government permit for underwater oil and gas exploration with claims that
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Our in-depth investigation uncovers the anti-refugee propaganda machine that fostered xenophobia in Hungary, derailed the
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Zimbabwe’s recession has seen banks unable to dispense cash and public services suffering from a severe lack of funding. As
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As ties between Cairo and Damascus strengthen, Syrian journalist Abdulrahman al-Masri explores the factors behind possible
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As anti-Muslim sentiment gains ground in the U.S., Symank says that the successful integration of Bosnian refugees should
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Two Syrian brothers who are both journalists describe the harrowing decisions that led one to flee their hometown of Aleppo
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Several Inuvialuit organizations, including the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, the Inuvialuit Game Council and the Paulatuk