Dr. Hawa Abdi’s camp is under siege from al Qaeda–backed militants, who snatched 700 kids on a recent raid.
Nobel laureate Tomas Tranströmer’s poetry reflects an intense and positive outlook. By Eliza Griswold.
Tripoli has fallen and the dictator’s jets are fueled—but where’s he going? Eliza Griswold on his options.
The law preventing much-needed U.S. aid to drought-stricken Somalia. By Eliza Griswold
African drought plunges 17 million into famine and enflames sectional bloodshed.
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Children in a safe haven in Somalia are starving as droughts make conditions worse.
Obama vowed to “rebuild our infrastructure” at home. Eliza Griswold reports it’s what top mayors asked for.
The military may have performed "virginity tests" on protestors, but women have been harassed for years. Eliza Griswold talks to the founders of a social networking site designed for victims.
As the world reels from the death of Osama bin Laden, the mood in Karachi is changing from indifference to anger at the continuing American presence there. Eliza Griswold reports from Karachi.