FEATURE-'It must be love': wife-beating a source of pride for some in Mauritania
"A Fulani woman always takes pride in being beaten by her husband. This is one of our traditions."
FEATURE-Amid land grabs and evictions, Cambodia jails leading activist
Vanny has campaigned against the evictions of thousands of residents from land in Phnom Penh to make way for a luxury development
EXPERT VIEWS-Transgender rights under new Trump policy
"This is a mean-spirited attack on hundreds of thousands of students"
Brazil's indigenous leaders push for Amazon land rights as Carnival kicks off
"We will make Carnival a political event"
African app cuts medical costs with community "virtual pharmacy"
"The idea is to create a medicine box for the whole community"
Mexico tequila maker has a shot at turning agave waste into fuel
Mexican tequila companies hope to transform plant waste into fuel
Orlando Bloom says children's suffering in Lake Chad region "hard to comprehend"
"As a father, it is hard for me to imagine how many of these children are caught up in this conflict"
INTERVIEW-"Coping" in Lake Chad crisis should not be mistaken for resilience
"It will require a certain level of normalcy to get into the resilience building"
Bid to reduce Amazon reserves corresponds with mining proposals - WWF
A reduction of protected areas in the Amazon may jeopardize Brazil's Paris Agreement commitments
Ireland passes law making it a crime to buy sex
Some sex workers say the crackdown will drive prostitution underground, placing women at greater risk by forcing them to work in more isolated areas