The Campaign Recruiting Former Extremists to Stop Girls from Joining ISIS
As the Islamic State loses ground in a US-backed offensive on Mosul, one anti-extremism campaign is trying to hit them where it hurts: the internet.
The Women Battling the Post-Ebola Teen Pregnancy Epidemic
Two years after the World Health Organization declared the Ebola crisis as a health emergency, life is slowly going back to normal in Sierra Leone—unless you're a teenage girl.
The Girl Who Ran Away to Fight ISIS
Joanna Palani was only 22 when she left her comfortable life as a college student behind in Denmark to join up as a YPG and Peshmerga fighter on the frontlines of the war in Iraq and Syria. She tells us how ISIS soldiers are "easy to kill."
'Every Part of Me Changed in Their Hands': A Former ISIS Sex Slave Speaks Out
When ISIS forces swept into Nadia Murad's village in Sinjar, it marked the beginning of several torturous months of rape, abuse, and captivity. Now the freed Yazidi campaigner is furiously lobbying for the survival of her people.