Since its coal mine was closed, Jerada in eastern Morocco has become a virtual ghost town. These days, some residents even dig coal out of the mountain with their bare hands. The makeshift miners survive on the pittance paid by coal merchants.
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It’s just another small Sunni village in southern Lebanon. But Shebaa, a Hezbollah stronghold on the crossroads of Israel and Syria, is now a flashpoint in a spreading war. With...
2014-11-21 National Front party (France)
With the National Front on the rise in France, our reporters returned to three towns where the far-right party’s mayoral candidates won the most recent local elections.
In the eyes of the international community, Somaliland is an autonomous region in Somalia, on the Horn of Africa. But most of its 3.5 million inhabitants do not consider the...
Liberia is one of the countries most affected by the outbreak of Ebola, along with Sierra Leone and Guinea.
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