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The Islamic State's influence grows; James Harkin interviews its fighters, enemies, and potential recruits
Meet the mobsters who run the show in one of the world’s deadliest cities
Bolivia’s dogged quest to reclaim its lost coastline
What liberation looks like for Afghan women
From Ways of Curating, by Hans Ulrich Obrist, out this month from Faber and Faber. Obrist is the codirector of exhibitions and programs and of international projects at the Serpentine…
Interviews with fighters, enemies, and potential recruits
A visit to the egg farm
By Suki Kim, from notes she took during teacherorientation sessions at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, included in her book, Without You, There Is No Us, out next…
Are the Afghan police using torture to achieve peace?
Why Mexican immigrants are moving back home
An Ethiopian billionaire’s outrageous land grab
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