In Algiers, preservationists race to rescue the storied quarter. But is it too late?
In the Amazon, researchers documenting the ways of native peoples join forces with a chief to stop illegal developers from destroying the wilderness
Though political tensions linger, terrorists agreed to a cease-fire this past March. Will it mean peace at last?
Scholars in the fabled African city, once a great center of learning and trade, are racing to save a still emerging cache of ancient manuscripts
The effort to restore the Marsh Arabs' traditional way of life in southern Iraqvirtually eradicated by Saddam Hussein faces new threats
The ancient salt sea is the site of a looming environmental catastrophe
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