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Refugees in the city face police persecution, endless red tape, and a public that increasingly loathes them.
From a chess grandmaster to Reddit founder, meet some of Armenia’s most renowned nerds.
Political analyst Richard Giragosian explains Armenia’s watershed moment.
Nikol Pashinyan shook the world last month by leading a revolution that toppled the country’s government.
Cod fishing off Canada’s eastern coast was temporarily halted to let stocks rebound—26 years ago.
A dwindling Newfoundland community voted overwhelmingly to be relocated to the mainland. Here’s why many will stay.
Sometimes, you just can’t help but post about it.
Pork schnitzel, doner kebab, and currywurst.
“When our extremely talented director had to drop out at the last minute for emergency gallbladder surgery, I knew right away whom to call.”
Ho Sau-Mei is one of the last mahjong tile masters left in Hong Kong.
More than 100,000 ethnic Nepalis fled Bhutan in the early 1990s.
Photographer Mike Sakas on Hong Kong’s underground hardcore music scene.