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| Rina Chandran

After Four Decades of War, Afghan Widows Battle for Homes

KABUL (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – After her husband was killed and their home in Baghlan province torched in Afghanistan’s long-running war, Nasim Gul fled nearly 200 miles to Kabul with her four children and moved…

| Laura Dixon

More Older Migrants Crossing into Colombia As Venezuelan Crisis Deepens

‘Most of these people go to sell sweets on the streets. Or they have to beg to be able to eat’ More older migrants crossing into Colombia as Venezuelan crisis deepens ‘Most of these people…

| Saba Imtiaz

An Elegy for Karachi’s Empress Market

The dismantling of Karachi’s markets and informal shops isn’t just robbing the city of its soul. It threatens the survival of the very people that make it a city. A group of women in faded…

| Shola Lawal

Exporting the American Dream

An increasing number of migrants who’ve been stopped from entering the United States are opting to stay in Mexico, changing the country’s demographics. African migrants walk in the streets of Tapachula, heading to the central…

| Betsy Joles

After the One-Child Policy

China changed its single child restriction in 2016, but the country still has a lot of work to do toward making motherhood work for women. A mother and child hold hands while walking through a…

| Mariana Greif Etchebehere

El partido de las mujeres

En las elecciones municipales de Medellín, en Colombia, surgió un movimiento integrado casi por completo por mujeres. Presentó cinco candidatos varones para cumplir la ley de cuotas, pero ellos ocuparon los últimos lugares en la…

| Neha Wadekar

Colombian Women Are Saying ‘Yes, We Can’

Colombia’s culture of machismo has created a backlash in the form of a new women’s political movement. TOPSHOT – Women chant slogans as they march during the commemoration of the International Women’s Day in Medellin,…

| Carmen Valeria Escobar

Bukele reconoce crímenes de odio contra LGBTI pero no explica estrategia para prevenirlos

El presidente Nayib Bukele anunció que octubre cerró con menos homicidios que todos los meses desde los Acuerdos de Paz, en 1992. Atribuyó la disminución a su plan Control Territorial. Sobre los crímenes de odio…

| Shola Lawal

Trump’s asylum policy is a death sentence for Africans fleeing violence

African migrants marched Aug. 30 in Tapachula, Mexico — on the border with Guatemala — to demand humanitarian visas that would enable them to cross Mexico on their way to the US.ISAAC GUZMAN /AFP/GETTY IMAGES/AFP/GETTY…