In August and September, the southern Pakistani regions of Sindh and Balochistan received devastating floods.
On-the-ground video report by Fatima Sheikh on the devastation and the human faces behind the ongoing recovery effort
Under a groundbreaking agreement, men's and women's teams pool revenue and enjoy equal working conditions.
The people of Mumbra fear that the government is threatening their independence and their identity.
Many players hold the potential to ruin prospects for peace in the region, a scenario that could backfire for Donald Trump.
From Iran to Afghanistan, Pakistan’s role in dialing back U.S.-created tensions has been vital—but it won’t be for free.
Activists, actors and politicians defy tradition and work to prohibit cruelty to animals.
As the first African tech startup on the New York exchange, Jumia is the object of accolades, criticism and even financial suspicion.
Villagers in Pakistan show how aid projects can succeed when they, rather than government officials or donors, set the agenda and invest in the work.
Police response is out of sync with a sharp rise in so-called honor-based violence against women in the U.K.
National traditions—and, many say, a rape culture—have stifled progress, but change is starting to take hold.
A young man talks about transitioning in his home country and then emigrating for a fresh start.
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