Women wait with their children under a shed for food rations at a internally displaced persons (IDP) camp on the outskirts of Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria on June 6, 2017. (REUTERS/AKINTUNDE AKINLEYE)
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July 17, 2017
Mass starvation threatens Nigeria, South Sudan, Somalia and Yemen.
Women wait with their children under a shed for food rations at a internally displaced persons (IDP) camp on the outskirts of Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria on June 6, 2017. (REUTERS/AKINTUNDE AKINLEYE)
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July 13, 2017
Mass starvation threatens Nigeria, South Sudan, Somalia and Yemen.
A man makes his way home from work on a bus as darkness falls on October 10, 2005 in Glasgow, Scotland. (GETTY/CHRISTOPHER FURLONG)
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July 12, 2017
Experts look at causes behind the headline numbers and at possible solutions.
Gorkha youth hold a protest rally in support of separate Gorkhaland in Darjeeling on July 4, 2017 in Gurgaon, India. (GETTY/HINDUSTAN TIMES/PARVEEN KUMAR)
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July 11, 2017
Why the country’s Gorkha population is demanding statehood.
Staff work inside the headquarters of Al Jazeera Network, in Doha, Qatar on June 8, 2017. (REUTERS/NASEEM ZEITOON)
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July 10, 2017
Gulf nations are calling for the closure of the Qatar-based media network.
Episode
July 6, 2017
A look at the Biafra movement, five decades after the civil war.
Biafran soldiers with rifles aboard army tugs during the Nigerian - Biafran War. (GETTY/DAVID CAIRNS)
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July 5, 2017
A look at the Biafra movement, five decades after the civil war.
US President Donald Trump talks to journalists, members of the travel pool, on board of Air Force One during his trip to Palm Beach, Florida on April 6, 2017. (REUTERS/CARLOS BARRIA)
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July 3, 2017
White House cries foul over coverage as journalists accuse it of getting in their way.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer holds his daily briefing at the White House in Washington DC on June 6, 2017. (REUTERS/JONATHAN ERNST)
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June 29, 2017
White House cries foul over coverage as journalists accuse it of getting in their way.
Water treatment plant in Flint, Michigan (GEORGE THOMAS/ CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSE).
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June 28, 2017
As Michigan's top attorney pursues cases against government officials, US city continues to rely on bottled water for its citizens.
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