Kiowa Tribe Princess Balances the Demands of Her Position – and Still Does Homework

Region: Tribal Nations

Topics: Culture

Alyssa Granado is like many 18-year-olds in the Kiowa Tribe, balancing the demands of school with time for family and friends. Except that she’s the tribe’s princess.

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Yaks Browse in the Nepalese Himalayas

Region: Nepal

Topics: Moments

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Palm Reader Works Near Sri Lankan Temple

Region: Sri Lanka

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When Is a Dollar Not a Dollar? Inside Zimbabwe’s Labyrinth of Currencies

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: EconomyMoney

In Zimbabwe, legal tender can take the form of U.S. dollars, bond notes, EcoCash, mobile wallets and a pseudo-currency called RTGS. As their values rise and fall throughout each day, there’s real money to be made from trading money.

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Teen Mothers in Chiapas, Mexico Express Regret and Fulfillment

Region: Mexico

Topics: Women's Rights

Mexico has long had one of the world’s highest rates of teen pregnancies, a problem particularly acute in Chiapas, the country’s southernmost state. Global Press Journal spoke with teen mothers there to hear their stories of being pregnant and raising a child while still a teenager.

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Historic Trees in Indian-Administered Kashmir

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Myths and Misinformation Hinder Male Circumcision Campaign in Uganda

Region: Uganda

Topics: Health

The World Health Organization has recommended safe male circumcision, to help prevent the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Uganda has implemented a program to encourage the operation and advertise its benefits – so why is the program still struggling to meet its goals?

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Guatemalan Women Buy Flowers

Region: Guatemala

Topics: Moments

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Sri Lankan Woman Harvests Palmyra Sprouts

Region: Sri Lanka

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Cuts to Science Funding in Argentina Frustrate Researchers

Region: Argentina

Topics: EconomyEducation

In Argentina, the peso is plunging, inflation is rising, and the state is making deep cuts to its science budget. The lack of money and the faltering economy mean that researchers can’t afford to publish their research or to attend conferences.

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