Inside the front lines of South Sudan’s unwinnable war
Yemen's “forgotten war” is a catastrophe that's getting worse
The devastating reality of Somalia on the brink of famine
More than a million children have been forced to flee South Sudan since 2013
Mass starvation threatens the lives of 20 million people in Horn of Africa, UN warns
Somalia's drought killed 110 people in two days
A North Korean Feast in Manhattan with Recent Defector Joo Yang
Joo Yang, a 23-year-old defector, has brought along some smuggled ingredients from her home country’s black market.
Tuareg Refugees from Mali Are Stuck Between Poverty and Violence
Fleeing war for poverty in Burkina Faso has left them in a horrible limbo.
'I Realized I'd Been Brainwashed': The North Korean Defector Living in London
"I grew up seeing many cases of people being taken to prison because they had said one wrong word. We have a saying: 'There is an ear, even on the wall.'"
Kim Joo Il, as told to Tabitha Lasley
The Man Who Thinks He Never Has to Eat Again Is Probably Going to Be a Billionaire Soon
Rob Rhinehart's hobby of eating nothing but a smoothie that looks like semen has become a career thanks to a crowd-funded campaign that gave him $800,000 to produce his product...
Germany's Blood-Drenched Debt Could Save Greece's Economy
Some Greeks are claiming Germany owes them $211.5 billion, including interest, for being complete assholes during WWII. Needless to say, that would put quite a dent in Greece's financial woes.
Can Britain Handle the Rapes, Killings and Clans in Somalia?
There's a big meeting in London tomorrow to talk about all of Somalia's problems. Officials from the UN, the African Union, the IMF, and 50 countries will be there to impart their wisdom/spout platitudes in a bid to help Somalia rebuild itself after...