Psychological Care Lacking in Cameroon’s Separatist Conflict

BABUNGO, CAMEROON - Cameroon's three-year separatist conflict has left close to 3,000 people dead and growing numbers in need of psychological care. An influx of people impacted by the conflict are flooding into trauma centers across the English-speak...

Dye Artisans Keep Ancestors’ Traditions Alive

Dodging waves at low tide, a barefooted, shirtless Mixtec man is carefully walking along the Pacific Coast of Oaxaca, Mexico. He navigates his way through the gray rocks on a quest to catch a particular kind of snail, Purpura pansa.

UN: Half of African Children Are Unregistered

LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - The United Nations says about half of all children in Africa are not registered at birth, a lapse that prevents them from accessing essential social services such as health and education. The U.N. says a number

IMF Warns Global Outlook ‘Precarious,’ No Room for Policy Mistakes

WASHINGTON - The world economy is slowing to its weakest pace since the global financial crisis, as the US-China trade war undercuts business confidence and investment, the IMF said Tuesday.It warned that the outlook is beset by risks, and urged

IMF Warns Global Outlook ‘Precarious,’ No Room for Policy Mistakes

WASHINGTON - The world economy is slowing to its weakest pace since the global financial crisis, as the US-China trade war undercuts business confidence and investment, the IMF said Tuesday.It warned that the outlook is beset by risks, and urged

Mozambique’s Gas Projects Enter Implementation Phase

With a second FID in just 2 years, Mozambique has officially positioned itself as a key player in the global gas and LNG market for years to come. The latest FID on the US$20 billion Mozambique LNG project, makes it