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| Nadia Shira Cohen

It’s Said that When a Beekeeper Dies, his Bees Leave

For centuries, the Mayan beekeepers of the Yucatan Peninsula have been one of the largest producers of honey in the world. But in 2011, the Mexican government started encouraging farmers to grow soy beans, offering…

| Katie Schlechter, Mitra Kaboli

Sex Workers Unionize in Guatemala

Criminalization and a lack of protection by law enforcement makes sex workers in Guatemala and beyond vulnerable to violence. But one group has decided to organize to make their work safer. Samantha Carillo, executive director…

| Julia Gavarrete, Heather Gies

Honduran Teen Fled Gangs at Home only to be Murdered while Stranded at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Amalia Díaz holds an old photo of her deceased grandson, Jorge Alexander Ruiz. Photo: Héctor Edú for The Intercept SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD JORGE ALEXANDER RUIZ took off alone in the middle of the night from San Pedro Sula,…

| Una Hajdari

Poroshenko Builds Support Among Ukrainians Abroad in Visit to U.S.

People laying flowers and candles in Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, where protesters died in a popular uprising five years ago.CreditCreditEvgeniy Maloletka/Associated Press BOUND BROOK, N.J. — While residents of Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, laid flowers…

| Una Hajdari

E.U. Parliament Chief Asked to Step Down Over Divisive Remarks

Polarizing remarks by the president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, have led to calls for his resignation.CreditCreditYannis Kolesidis/EPA, via Shutterstock Lawmakers from Slovenia and Croatia have called for the resignation of the president of…

| Annie Hylton

Reporters covering underprivileged communities face pressure to pay sources

WHEN JO WAS IN HER MID-20S, her family, in North Korea, arranged for her to marry a man who “made a lot of money,” she told me. He sold black market goods to China—frog oil, medicinal…

| Una Hajdari

How a Name Change Opened the Door to NATO for Macedonia

The Macedonian foreign minister, Nikola Dimitrov, left, with Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of NATO after a signing ceremony in Brussels on Wednesday.CreditCreditStephanie Lecocq/EPA, via Shutterstock The days of the Republic of Macedonia are numbered. On…

| Sarah Topol

He Played by the Rules of Putin’s Russia, Until He Didn’t: The Story of a Murder

A portrait of Voronenkov at his grave in Ukraine last year.CreditCreditSergey Ponomarev for The New York Times When the Russian politician Denis Voronenkov was gunned down in Ukraine, officials blamed the Kremlin. The truth was…

| Una Hajdari

Serbian Journalists Are Under Attack. Does the International Community Care?

Supported by the U.S. and EU, praised at Davos: President Aleksandar Vucic is on a roll. No one seems to want to contemplate the appalling assaults on press freedoms. Thousands protest in Belgrade on December…