These Cities Are Beginning to Treat Violent Crime as a Public Health Issue
The school of thought suggests that violent behavior itself is an epidemic that spreads from person to person.
The Refugee Whose Husband Sold Her Into Sex Slavery
Abeer and her husband left Syria to seek refuge in Lebanon. When they ran out of money, he sold her to his friends—and then forced her to sell herself on the streets.
Terror, Shipwreck, Guns: 24 Hours in a Karachi Ambulance
Who would risk their safety to tend to the injured in a city caught between poverty and violence?
What Do British Teachers Think About the Controversy Over Face Veils in Schools?
UK schools have considered banning face coverings, but teachers we spoke to said very few girls are wearing them in the first place.
Inside Britain's English Classes for Muslim Immigrants
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has threatened to deport Muslim women who do not learn English despite long-term funding cuts to language courses. We attended an ESOL class to find out more.
An Exiled Pakistani Politician Is Leading Millions from A Remote London Suburb
Altaf Hussain—leader of the Muttahida Quami Movement, a mainstream political party in Pakistan—has held a tight grip on nearly four million Mojahirs supporters through militant propaganda and incendiary speeches that he's been delivering remotely for...