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Where Does Chocolate Come From?

The story begins innocently enough: http://bit.ly/Kq9mLP
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Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Refugees returning to their village for the first time in a year. Image by Peter DiCampo. Ivory Coast, 2012.
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Oil in the Caspian Sea is making Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan rich. But is it fueling a naval arms race as well? A brief explainer.
Joshua Kucera: Caspian Countries Building Up Navies
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The Caspian Sea once knew Russia as the sole dominant power with substantial naval might. Now there are five countries, each secretly regarding the others as potential foes. Beneath the "sea of peace" demilitarization rhetoric used by the governments of Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkm...
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In South Sudan, a refugee camp overflows with orphans fleeing bombs and starvation.

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Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Image by Trevor Snapp. South Sudan, 2012.
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In Liberia, will formal training for midwives help make the delivery process a matter of science, not superstition?

Mae Azango reflects, 20 years after a traumatic delivery: http://bit.ly/JpG8yn
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Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting A newborn baby rests on its grandmother's lap. Image by Jake Naughton. Liberia, 2012.
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"We have no peace or security. We’re scared.” Ivory Coast: A year after a power transfer, has anything changed?
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