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| Jennifer Huxta

Forests fall, animals die, desert looms: Uganda’s burning problem — in pictures

Global development is supported by About this content Charcoal is an integral part of everyday life in Uganda, where most people rely on some form of wood fuel to cook or boil water. For many,…

| Lauren Gambino

Forget tea, drink more coffee: can a national culture be changed?

Smayah Uwajeneza’s first espresso was memorably unpleasant. The 19-year-old barista and latte artist wrinkled her nose as she recalled the bitter sip. “I hated coffee then.” Now, she says, she “can’t live without it”. Uwajeneza…

| Melissa Lyttle, Irene Caselli

Drug dens v safe houses: the fight over Ciudad Juárez’s abandoned houses

At the age of 14, Alan has already been given the nickname El Botellas (Bottles) by his friends. The teenager dropped out of school and now drinks heavily, spending much of his time at a…

| Lauren Gambino

It’s about our dignity’: vintage clothing ban in Rwanda sparks US trade dispute

A busy street in Rwanda’s capital city, Kigali. Photograph: Andy Hall for the Observer In a dim corner of Biryogo market in Kigali, Rutayisire Ibrahim watches as two traders slap playing cards on to a wooden…

| Nadia Shira Cohen

The perils of pregnancy in a country where abortion is a crime – in pictures

In El Salvador, one of six countries where abortion is banned under any circumstances, women have been told to avoid pregnancy due to the Zika virus. With support from the International Women’s Media Foundation, photographer…

| Catarina Fernandes Martins

Artisanal’ miners in El Salvador face ruin as ban comes into force

Rudi Francisco Soza bends over a gallon jug serving as a bucket, lethargically stirring dirty brown water containing ores mixed with mercury. He eyes the mixture and says resignedly: “There’s nothing in here.” Soza had…

| Krista Mahr

Cancer rates are soaring in Africa, yet Tanzania’s radiotherapy hub stands idle

  The white bulk of the cobalt-60 radiotherapy machine is just visible inside the dark cement bunker. The electricity in the room at Bugando Medical Centre is shut off. The machine, donated last year by…

| Sophia Mary Eastaugh

Life on the US-Mexican border: ‘I can’t imagine El Paso without Juárez’

Unlike most teenagers, Ashley Delgado starts her school day by crossing an international border. She gets up at 5am so her mother Dora can drive through Juárez’s dense traffic to the Paso del Norte bridge,…

| Inna Lazareva

Witness to soldiers’ sexual abuse in Bangui speaks out on finding safe haven

In the face of conflict and violence, women in a camp in Central African Republic’s capital are working together to rebuild their lives People go about their daily lives at a refugee and displaced persons…