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The Dirty Fight for Farmland in Latin Americanew

Even though much of the world's food supply still comes from small farmers, those same farmers from Honduras to the Philippines increasingly cannot feed their own families, and they're fighting for survival.
City Newspaper  |  Tim Louis Macaluso  |  10-02-2015  |  International

OC to China: We Want Your Pregnant!new

You Win Yankee Vacation Baby Today!
OC Weekly  |  Charles Lam  |  05-28-2015  |  International

No one can prevent us from dreamingnew

Peace activist Dr Izzeldin Abuelaish lost three daughters to war, but no one can destroy his hope
VUE Weekly  |  Malcolm Azania  |  12-10-2014  |  International

See the people, not Hamasnew

Civilian lives in the Gaza Strip are counted as nothing in the Israel-Palestine conflict.
VUE Weekly  |  Rebecca Medel  |  08-22-2014  |  International

Remembering Nelson Mandelanew

By reading Mandela's story, I saw what the best of humanity looked like. I saw that no matter how much oppression and humiliation one group may inflict upon another, the human spirit is oak-tree strong, and we can rise above it.
Jackson Free Press  |  jehrod rose-alain  |  12-13-2013  |  International

Narco Twitternew

Baja's TV networks can't keep up with its social networks.
San Diego Reader  |  K. Mennem  |  09-04-2013  |  International

Bloody Tide: How Puerto Rico Affects the

As Puerto Rico is battered by a wave of drugs and brazen murders, Houston and other continental U.S. cities feel the blowback.
Houston Press  |  Casey Michel and Michael E. Miller  |  03-21-2013  |  International

What Happened in Gazanew

Parents of deceased activist Rachel Corrie to keynote Israeli Apartheid Week.
VUE Weekly  |  Rebecca Medel  |  02-28-2013  |  International

Hugo Chávez: A fictional character in real lifenew

News from the mother country leaves Charlotte's Venezuelan community with more questions than answers
Creative Loafing (Charlotte)  |  Ailen Arreaza  |  02-27-2013  |  International

The Nuclear Optionnew

An international trade group doesn’t believe Mississippi should pass a law that would require the Public Employee Retirement System to pull certain investments that have ties with Iran.
Jackson Free Press  |  R.L. Nave  |  02-21-2013  |  International

Inside Kurdish Syrianew

A journalist goes inside a little known revolution.
Santa Barbara Independent  |  Kevin McKiernan  |  12-14-2012  |  International

Sonoran Squeezenew

Border security and bad press continue to squeeze Mexico's Nogales.
Tucson Weekly  |  Tim Vanderpool  |  11-07-2012  |  International

Fallen Heronew

Santa Rosa's Matt Reynolds remembers his cousin Chris Stevens, the Libyan ambassador killed in Benghazi.
North Bay Bohemian  |  Juliane Poirier  |  10-24-2012  |  International

Al-Shabaab cases takes a turnnew

Four Somali men hope testimony collected in East Africa will prove they didn’t send money to a terrorist group.
San Diego CityBeat  |  Dave Maass  |  09-19-2012  |  International

Mexican President-Elect Peña Nieto vs. #yosoy132new

Mexico's president-elect may not look like he's got problems, but he does.
San Diego Reader  |  Lorena Mancilla  |  08-16-2012  |  International

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