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Meet "Hawar" a 15-year-old Kurdish youth sentenced to 38 years in prison for throwing stones.
Seven months after Mubarak, the Egyptian military maintains control, suppressing dissent.
"When he left, the art came out." Qaddafi's departure is inspiring a surge of self-expression in Libya.
In Iraq, the massive press crackdown that was never supposed to happen.
Sevinc Karimova likes this.
"Migrants are treated like walking ATMs." Investigating the plight of Burmese migrants in Thailand.
Nikki Curtis Eberhardt, Erin Banco, Lorraine Doyle and 3 others
PSA: We're seeking applications from African journalists to participate in a collaborative reporting project on reproductive health in Africa.
After surviving a gang rape, a 17-year-old Pakistani woman defies an honor killing and fights for justice.
Join us with National Geographic next month as we discuss the underground world of child marriage.
"People mostly live by Taliban rule in Afghanistan."
What comes next for women as the world approaches 7 billion?
Standing shoulder to shoulder, the entire world population could squeeze inside the city of Los Angeles' 502.7 square miles.
Ted Schantz, Leilita Vogl, Noujoum Leila and 2 others
Happy Tuesday. Today, we'll be heading down to National Geographic HQ in Washington to cover "7 Billion: Unleashing the Power of Women and Girls." Check out the livestream above.
Leilita Vogl, Prince Nour Waikiki and 2 others
September 13 at 10:04am
Remembering 9/11, from Iraq: "It's the day our world changed too."