It was a cultural call to arms, just as the world’s eyes were turning to Rio.
“Treat people like dirt, and they will be dirt. Treat them like human beings, and they will act like human beings.”
In Bundelkhand, people struggle for every drop of water they can find.
Sophia Jones is the Middle East correspondent for The WorldPost. She has reported from Turkey, Iraq, Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, The West Bank and Gaza. Fo
After U.S. airstrikes destroyed a Kunduz hospital, Afghans must travel for days to reach life-saving treatment.
“Many parents of gay kids have been so homophobic until they discover that their kid is gay. And then they’re stuck between what they learned and what their beliefs
Former child bride Reza Gul is now free from years of torture and hopes to achieve something that once seemed impossible: happiness.