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Rebuilding Nepal, Four Years After the Quake

Region: World

Topics: Beyond the Story

Three-quarters of destroyed homes are either fully rebuilt or being repaired after Nepal’s devastating 2015 earthquake. But gaps in government assistance show that a full recovery may never materialize.

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Life in the Cold, Thin Air

Region: World

Topics: Beyond the Story

While people living at high elevations across the world have adapted to their harsh surroundings over time, climate change brings new dangers that are harder to combat.

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What Happens When the Internet is Out, and the Government is to Blame?

Region: World

Topics: Beyond the Story

Governments around the world limit dissent by restricting access to the internet. These shutdowns regularly affect regions where Global Press Journal operates, so we set out to understand how and why they happen.

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Attacks on Indigenous Villages in Chiapas Continue

Region: Mexico

Topics: Beyond the Story

Armed groups are violently displacing people from indigenous villages with increasing frequency in Mexico’s southernmost state. Some local people blame the violence on land disputes, but others suspect that the government is trying to stamp out the decades-old Zapatista movement.

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