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| Shannon Sims

These Women Were Told Not to Play Soccer. Instead They Formed a Team.

Away from the lights of the World Cup, on the African archipelago of Zanzibar, a group of Muslim women are challenging a culture that says only men can play soccer. Rukia Talib Yahya, 19, resting…

| Sara Hylton

What War Can’t Destroy

In South Sudan, street photography is essentially illegal. It is another casualty of the civil war. Young, fit, twitchy soldiers are everywhere, ready to crack down on anyone who pulls out a camera. No reasons…

| Alexia Webster

Catering to Commuters at a Tijuana Border Crossing

By ALEXIA WEBSTER, GUGLIELMO MATTIOLI and VEDA SHASTRI

| Clair MacDougall

Congo’s Specialty Brews Look to Be the ‘Future of Coffee’

During the first half of the 20th century, as the country was subjected to exploitative Belgian rule, extensive coffee plantations rolled through the green hills of eastern Congo. The country’s beans were roasted in coffee…

| Daniella Zalcman

No Longer Seeing the World Through Men’s Eyes

The first Women Photograph grants to support personal projects by female visual journalists have been presented to Alex Potter, Lujan Agusti, Gabriella Demczuk and Néha Hirve. Women Photograph, a new organization, aims to help women…

| Shayla Harris

In Goma, Lights May Flicker but Looks Stay Sharp

The Democratic Republic of Congo is the birthplace of SAPE, a loosely organized cult of dandies known as “les sapeurs.” SAPE is an abbreviation of the group’s name, which in English translates as the Society…

| Megan Specia

Rwanda’s Soccer Sisterhood

| Megan Specia

Rwandans Carry On, Side by Side, Two Decades After Genocide

This compulsory work is emblematic of a broader culture of reconciliation, development and social control asserted by the government. Each local umudugudu – or village – keeps track of who attends the monthly projects. Those…

| Karen Zraick

¿Estrellas Michelín? Los aficionados a la comida en Ciudad Juárez reparten ‘Juangas’

CIUDAD JUÁREZ – En Ciudad Juárez, México, el mejor burrito no tiene cinco estrellas, sino nueve Juangas. Ese sistema de calificación es en honor a Juan Gabriel, el ídolo musical recientemente fallecido que saltó a…