Afghanistan’s Air Is Deadlier Than Its War
Every winter, Kabul’s skies turn black — and children die.
Mosul, Before and After, in Satellite Images
Aerial photographs of seven sites in Mosul from 2015 and now illustrate the extent of the city's destruction.
Why Did the Head of the Thai Junta Smell a Sock?
Critics of the Thailand's military government have been detained for voicing their opinions. But that hasn't stopped people from making fun of a photo of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
The Dark Side of Hong Kong’s Prosperity
The city's hundreds of thousands of domestic helpers have few protections and often endure brutal treatment.
By Land or By Sea
Looking to escape war and poverty in Syria, the Balkans, and North Africa, thousands of migrants sought refuge in the European Union this summer — or died trying.