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UPRISING

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REUTERS – Millions of people have taken to the streets in Venezuela calling for an end to Maduro’s presidency, amid food shortages, a collapsing currency, and soaring inflation. More than three months of often violent protests against President Nicolas Maduro’s socialist…

North Korea’s other threat

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – The world is often alarmed at North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs, but thousands of Cold War-era artillery are also massed on the border with South Korea, capable of firing a massive barrage on the capital Seoul with…

Slipping into famine

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – Four countries in an arc across central Africa and the Middle East—Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen—are at risk of mass starvation due to conflict and drought, with two parts of South Sudan already declared officially ‘under famine’…

Dark Days

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – Venezuela’s fortunes rise and fall with the price of oil, and when crude prices tanked in 2014, its economy was thrown into chaos. A government that had relied on oil revenues to fund social spending suddenly came up…

French presidential election

in Data journalism

REUTERS – On May 7, France elects a president for the next five years—either Emmanuel Macron, a 39-year-old centrist or Marine Le Pen, 48-year-old leader of the anti-immigrant National Front. Some 47 million people can vote for Macron, an internationalist…

The presidential touch

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – As Donald Trump takes office on Jan. 20, he inherits the second-longest running bull market in history. The market’s performance since Election Day 2016 ranks No. 2 among presidential transition periods since Dwight Eisenhower. Stocks now are nearly…

A desperate escape

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – Rohingya Muslims have been fleeing apartheid-like conditions in northwestern Myanmar for decades. A recent military operation drew allegations of ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and sent a new wave of 75,000 refugees fleeing across the border to…

Chemical attacks

in Multimedia articles

REUTERS – The use of chemical weapons is banned under international law and could constitute a war crime. International investigators have concluded that sarin, chlorine and sulphur mustard gas have been used in Syria’s six-year-old conflict, with government forces using…