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Refugee camps, intended to be temporary, host people for an average of 12 years.
Elizabeth Cullen Dunn
It is becoming impossible to ignore the growing theocratic elements in a nation that sees itself as the only democracy in the Middle East.
Iranian citizens urge Americans to support the U.S.-Iran nuclear agreement.
Nigeria's recent election encouraged alliances among Muslims and Christians.
The Director of Research at Giving What We Can responds to Emily Clough.
Photo: Tom Barry
According to Mexican tourism officials, magical experiences and eco-adventures
On vacationing in Vieques
“Effective altruism,” the philanthropic movement founded on Peter Singer’s ideas, applies a consequentialist philosophy to the problem of global poverty.
At USAID there’s one simple thing you can commit to: no famine.
Alex de Waal
Photograph: Sarah Hill
The immigration official at Santiago’s Antonio Maceo Airport smiled
Carl Hagen, former chairman of Norway's populist right-wing Progress Party, and Siv Jensen, the
Hammad joined ISIS in 2013, impressed by their ambition and military prowess. He left when he saw their tyranny.
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