An Eritrean in Ethiopia: Teddy Love’s story
Singer Teddy Love’s journey from Eritrea to Ethiopia initially meant freedom, but a lack of opportunity as a refugee means the future is uncertain for him and his family
Praying for rain in Ethiopia
Three generations of Ethiopian drought-survivors carry on through yet another year of failed rains
What's the biggest challenge facing women today? Vox pop For International Women's Day
Ahead of International Women's Day on March 8, the Thomson Reuters Foundation asked about 100 people in Britain, Italy, the United States, Ethiopia, Kenya, Senegal, India, Thailand, Brazil and Colombia what they saw as the biggest challenge for women.
TrustLaw Awards 2012 - Collaboration Award
mHealth Alliance working with Baker & McKenzie, Merck, Doulah & Doulah (Bangladesh), MMAKS (Uganda) and Rex Attorneys (Tanzania) on global standards for the use of mobile technologies to improve health.
Nairobi's Boxgirls Fight Back
A community in Kenya has responded to rampant violence against women by teaching girls how to fight back.
TIMELINE: How the Syrian crisis unfolded
Three minutes of archive footage and photography show how the crisis unfolded
After Fukushima disaster, Japanese mothers don lab coats to measure radiation
"In universities, data is handled by qualified students, who have taken exams qualifying them to measure radiation. Here, it's done by mothers working part-time. It's a crazy situation"
Coal Mines Give Residents Sinking Feeling
After a coalmine is build near their village, three families talk about how their homes have gradually sunk into the ground.
Uzbek campaigner against forced labour sent to psychiatric ward
Elena Urlaeva, a campaigner against forced labour in Uzbekistan's cotton fields, was arrested ahead of an international meeting where she was scheduled to give evidence on human rights violations.
'Palaces for the People' in peril despite UK prefab revival
Faced with a chronic housing shortage, Britain is once more embracing prefabrication