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Life After the Mud

In Indonesia, the world’s largest mud volcano has been erupting continuously for 10 years. A wealthy family's gas company may be to blame. But it’s the poor who’ve paid the price.

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A Hundred Tiny Hezbollahs

In Assad-controlled regions of Syria, the Lebanese group is making friends, influencing militias, and developing a new model of asymmetric warfare.

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The Other Reason Africa’s Elephants Are Dying

Kenya is trying its best to deter illegal poachers, but revenge killings by farmers and herdsmen are often the bigger problem.

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America Is Silent as Aleppo Is Massacred

The Obama administration prefers not to notice that its diplomatic strategy in Syria has fallen apart.

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