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The price of gold: The caregivers

Thousands of women are left to care for and support their husbands who have been left jobless and sick after contracting silicosis in the gold mines.

Water: Daily use in families around the world

Photographer Ashley Gilbertson photographed families in seven different countries for Unicef, documenting their comparative daily water use.

Bosco Ntaganda’s blood-stained path to the ICC

After evading justice for nine years, DRC rebel commander Bosco Ntaganda is facing the ICC on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Thulane was born to cook

Young foodie, Thulane Shabalala walked away from a promising career as a professional hotel chef to pursue his own dream in the food industry.

La Tomatina - It's every man for himself

On Wednesday, thousands of people gathered in the Spanish town of Bunol to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the tomato-throwing festival, La Tomatina.

A life built on rubbish

This is the story of people whose lives depend on what we leave in our bins.

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