The pandemic’s toll on the country sparked another gruesome epidemic: black fungus—an infection whose treatment can be as brutal as the illness.
This Beirut-based reporter's Syrian friends empathize with Paris's victims. But will Parisians sympathize with the growing number of refugees created by France's airstrikes?
Before her twins were born, this journalist loved to report risky stories. But the earthquake in Nepal, which hit while she was en route, made her reassess her new life as a working mom.
Hundreds found dead in a septic tank, dozens stolen by a Catholic priest. Done “for their own good,” it’s the same excuse society uses to strip women of choice—and power—today.