Featured Photo of the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City

Region: Mexico

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Fewer Marriages Start With Abduction, Thanks to Texting – and Education

Region: Nepal

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In villages some sections of Nepal, tradition dictated that engagements begin with the prospective groom captures the prospective bride and convincing her to say yes to marriage. But now young people are saying no to the old rules because of better education, awareness and seeing other options from television.

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Featured Photo of a Ugandan Girl Carrying Papyrus

Region: Uganda

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Despite Opposition, Chinese Retailers Thrive in Zimbabwe’s Cash-Strapped Economy

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Business

As Zimbabwe’s economy continues to decline, shoppers have faced tighter budgets and vanishing purchasing power — but Chinese-owned retailers have provided more choice. The government has passed legislation to limit imports, but, thanks to their low prices, the Chinese stores seem here to stay.

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Region: Uganda

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DRC Pygmies Farm for the First Time, Easing Hunger and Tensions With Their Neighbors

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: EnvironmentHuman Rights

The pygmies of the Ituri forest have been hunters for generations, and they say nearby villagers have encroached on their land and frightened prey away; the villagers, in turn, say hungry pygmies have stolen crops. But in 2017, the pygmies started farming, with the cooperation of village leaders, and that has helped to end often violent conflicts between the two groups.

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Featured Photo of a Window Washer in Mexico City

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Corn, Foundation of Iconic Mexican Foods, Finds Protectors in Its Native Land

Region: Mexico

Topics: BusinessCultureEnvironment

Corn is the foundation of many iconic Mexican foods, but in recent years Mexico has been growing less and importing more. A group of women in southern Mexico are supporting each other in growing corn and making corn-based foods, shielding the staple crop from the ups and downs of the global economy.

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Injured and Treated in Qatar, a Nepalese Man’s Health Declines at Home

Region: Nepal

Topics: Human Rights

A Nepalese migrant worker is nearly comatose after being injured in Qatar. He received good treatment there, but now that he’s home in Nepal, his body is deteriorating and his family wonders how they’ll pay for his ongoing treatment.

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Featured Photo of a Zimbabwean Dance Competition for Primary School Students

Region: Zimbabwe

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