The story of Patrick Kilonzo Mwalua, the farmer bringing water to animals during droughts, has fascinated many. We asked him about his new project.
Democracy places a key role in putting the Covid-19 crisis behind us. An interview with Walden Bello, who has dedicated his life to defending human rights.
All catwalks in July will be broadcast online: after Paris, it’s Milan Digital Fashion Week’s turn. And the biggest beneficiary is the environment.
India, patients are turned away as Covid-19 causes healthcare collapse
India struggles to keep its crumbling healthcare system afloat amid the drastic rise in coronavirus cases, making it the third worst-hit country globally.
Ennio Morricone, his contribution to international cinema and culture
Ennio Morricone passed away at the age of 91. We remember the life and works of one of the most important soundtrack composers of the 20th century.
The illegal rosewood trade is funding armed conflict in Senegal
The illegal rosewood trade, worth millions of dollars, is in the hands of Senegalese rebel groups, Gambian government officials and Chinese buyers.
Hundreds of elephants have died in Botswana and no one knows why
Over 350 elephants in Botswana have died in the Okavango Delta region. The cause of this catastrophic die-off is still unknown.
Black Lives Matter, what statues have been removed and why
While the Black Lives Matter movement aims to bring an end to systemic racism, the removal of statues in the US, UK and Europe has drawn controversy.