Zimbabwean Dentist Polishes a Patient’s Teeth

Region: Zimbabwe

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Break Dancing in a Mexico City Market

Region: Mexico

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Sri Lankan Magician Shows His Tricks

Region: Sri Lanka

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Disinfection Efforts Continue in Mongolia

Region: Mongolia

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Zimbabwean Mother Brings Child to Clinic for Weighing

Region: Zimbabwe

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Lighting Firework Bulls at a Mexican Religious Celebration

Region: Mexico

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To Fight Mongolia’s Drinking Crisis, Recovering Alcoholics Offer a Lifeline

Region: Mongolia

Topics: DevelopmentEconomyJobs

Mongolia has one of the world’s highest alcoholism rates. At least one province recently banned the sale and service of alcohol to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But increasing community initiatives are creating longer-term solutions through employment and support to people trying to get sober.

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Tanzanian Plane Lands in Zimbabwe After 20 Years

Region: Zimbabwe

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Tseltal Girls Shatter Stereotypes on the Football Field

Region: Mexico

Topics: CultureInnovationWomen's Rights

In northern Chiapas, Mexico, education is optional for girls – at least, that’s what some believe. One high school wants to battle these gender stereotypes and keep girls in class, but their solution isn’t inside the school at all.

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Ugandan Comedians Fear New Regulations Will Spell the Death of Political Satire

Region: Uganda

Topics: Legal RightsLegislationPoliticsPower

Under a proposed law, Ugandan comedians would be required to sign a code of ethics and get all their scripts approved by a committee. Some comedians support the move, but others are afraid the government will get the last laugh.

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