The Struggle of South Africa’s White Poor

The Struggle of South Africa’s White Poor

Roger Ballen, an American photographer who is now a resident of South Africa, has spent his career photographing shocking images of South Africa’s white underclasses….

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After the deluge

After the deluge

A year after the Tsunami devastated Japan, killing 20,000, a handful of international volunteers continue to work with those communities most affected by the wave….

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Childhood’s end

Childhood’s end

Ten years ago, a madman shot 16 children and their teacher to death in a small Scottish town, sparking a call for stricter gun control….

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Remembering Soweto

Remembering Soweto

This article looks at the infamous uprising of Soweto in 1976 through the prism of Sam Nzima’s harrowing photograph of the death of Hector Peterson….

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How a Third World Charity ended up working in London

How a Third World Charity ended up working in London

Médecins du Monde usually serves the world’s poorest countries.  But here it starts an operation in the shadow of the City of London’s financial district….

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