This Is What Life Is Like for Liberians Dealing with the Ebola Outbreak
I spoke to human rights activist and Monrovia resident Segbe Nyanfor about how the virus has affected day-to-day life for him and his family.
Famine and Climate Change Are Making Africa a Terrorist Tinderbox
The humanitarian situation in the Sahel is turning it into fertile ground for extremists.
Tuareg Refugees Are Stuck Between Poverty and Violence
Fleeing war in Mali to poverty in Burkina Faso has left them in a horrible limbo.
Machetes and Motorbikes at Mali's Sangue-Mo Fishing Festival
Thomas Martinez took a bunch of photos of southern Mali's wildest animist party.
Mali - Under Sharia Law
The people of Gao paid for law and order with public beatings and amputations.
Paddling in the Aftermath of Libya’s French Embassy Bombing
On the scene at the first attack in Tripoli since Gaddafi fell.
Wil Crisp, Photos: Matthew Barton
Mali - France Vs. Jihad
We hitched a ride through the desert with a French convoy to hunt rebels and talk IEDs.
Al Qaeda Wants Africa
The Malian army put on a tour for the assembled press.
Unsanitised footage from the front line.
The first legitimate combat footage to come out of the war in Mali.
Here's a Trailer for Our New Film 'Ground Zero: Mali'
We hung out on the front line with some Malian soldiers as they fired guns at rebel insurgents.
Religiosity Is Killing in Mississippi
In this experience we call life, there are plenty of coincidences. This is not one of them.