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| Raksha Kumar

The Indian women abandoned because of mental illness

Image copyright GETTY IMAGESImage caption Nearly 14% of Indians are mentally ill and at least 10% of those need immediate intervention. Mental illness is often neglected in India because of stigma and poor care. But women are…

| Eléonore Hamelin

Where football is the ultimate escape: Watching the World Cup as a migrant

Veronica and her daughter endured great hardship to be able to watch a World Cup game in peace. But it’s only a brief respite on a journey full of uncertainty.

| Masuma Ahuja

The Taste of Climate Change

They say climate change has a taste in Bangladesh – it tastes of salt. Kate Adie introduces correspondents’ stories from around the world: Peter Oborne has been to Bangladesh, home to some of the world’s…

| Melissa Lyttle, Irene Caselli

Samalayuca dunes: From no-go area to hot destination

The Samalayuca sand dunes are considered one of Mexico’s best-kept secrets. With their stunning views and endemic vegetation, they have plenty of potential to attract tourists, nature lovers and sand boarders. But their location, just…

| Nicola Kelly

Zanzibar: Spirits and Psychiatry

Zanzibar is on the cusp of a mental health crisis. Following decades of substance abuse, rates of psychotic, neurological and psycho-social disorders have increased sharply. As the situation worsens, profiteering spiritual and traditional healers are…

| Maeve Frances

What to Do if There is an Acid Attack

The rise in acid attacks in London has challenged emergency services – with bystanders also playing a key role in the vital first aid which helps to reduce the severity of any resulting burns. Countries…

| Irene Caselli

The Mexican doctor rehydrating the dead

In the 1990s, Ciudad Juarez became infamous for the number of women killed there Warning: This article contains images that readers might find disturbing. Rosa María Apodaca has spent the past six years looking for…

| Alison Baskerville

Call of duty: One woman’s life in Mexico’s border force

Sgt Conchita Lopez, 28, is one of 10 policewomen in the border town of Tapachula in Mexico’s southern Chiapas state. For six years she has been a member of the Mexican State Border Police. Tapachula…

| Irene Caselli

Suicide in Ciudad Juarez: Where life has little value

Ciudad Juarez, the border city in northern Mexico which between 2008 and 2011 had the dubious reputation of being the murder capital of the world, has seen its homicide rate fall since 2012. But as…