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India's Gujarat State Is the New ‘Favourite’ Route for Pakistani Cartels Smuggling Drugs to the West
“If a fisherman brings five kgs of heroin along with 500 kgs of fish in his boat, it is very difficult to catch him.”
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Inside Afghanistan's Desperate Battle to Control a Dam in Taliban Country
The only way in or out is by helicopter.
"American Taliban" John Walker Lindh Is Getting Out of Prison Today. He Still Might Be Radicalized.
A 2017 report said he “continued to advocate for global jihad and to write and translate violent extremist texts"
What It's Like To Lose Your Sister in an Honor Killing
Banaz Mahmod was murdered by her father and uncle even after reporting her fears to the police multiple times. A decade later, her sister Payzee believes that British police still aren't taking honor killings seriously.
At Work, In the Cold, With Your Whole Family | Strange Sleep Rituals from Around the World
If you're finding it tough to get your proper eight hours, we might be able to help.
2018 Was the Deadliest Year on Record for Civilians in Afghanistan
“The fact that the number of children killed this year is the highest on record is particularly shocking.”
Australia's Deadliest Soldier Discusses Training to Kill
In this episode of Violent Times, we interview Sgt. Paul Cale about state-sanctioned violence.
Meet Australia's Deadliest Soldier
Paul Cale earned the nickname Killer Commando after strangling a Taliban leader with his bare hands.
Immigrants in New Zealand Tell Us the Worst Casual Racism They've Encountered
“Oh, so like do you guys like still have slaves in Egypt? Do you have your own slave?”
The Glaciers on Earth's 'Third Pole' Are Bursting, Causing Deadly Floods
Climate change is creating yet another dangerous new phenomenon.
Tim Hetherington's Photos Are a Tender Look at Male Sexuality and War
Before he died in 2011, Tim Hetherington showed us intimate moments between soldiers on the front lines.
Indonesia Is Welcoming Refugees With Forced Curfews and Violent Crackdowns
Asylum seekers and refugees living in Indonesia have always had a rough time. Now, in Makassar, things just got a lot worse.