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A sanctuary for broken wildlife

Malawi is in the midst of a population explosion. In 1966, the country boasted a meager four million citizens. Today, that number hovers around the 15 million mark and could reach 37 million by 2050.

U.S. airstrikes hit ISIS inside Syria

U.S. jets began airstrikes in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, early Tuesday, the first strikes against the terror group inside the country since President Barack Obama's announcement this month that he was prepared to expand the American efforts beyond targets in Iraq.

Pastor fears Ebola, not death

Rev. Victor King tells his congregation in Liberia not to hug when they see each other, and no one takes communion wine from the same chalice any more.

Al Qaeda's new Syrian franchise has a mission

At 33, Muhsin al Fadhli is already a veteran. A short and slight figure, he's traveled widely, been sentenced to prison in absentia and raised six-figure sums for his cause.

Brazil bets on buses

Meet Curitiba's Bus Rapid Transit system, paving a new way for mobility with traditional means.

Emma Watson on feminism

Actress Emma Watson not only stirred the Internet with her recent moving speech before the United Nations, but she also joined a cadre of celebrities who have used their star power to bring attention to gender issues.

See vanishing Istanbul

On a warm evening in Istanbul, a bar called Kooperatif announced its last call.

6 ways Shanghai is different

Even during the harshest periods of the communist era, being Shanghainese had a special cachet in China.

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