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Fatmata left her home in Sierra Leone in February of 2020, packing her bags for the Sultanate of Oman in hopes of securing “a better means of survival” for her and her family. She expected to find work as a supermarket attendant and earn a salary...

Migrant Domestic Workers in Oman: A Lost Population

Fatmata left her home in Sierra Leone in February of 2020, packing her bags for the Sultanate of Oman in hopes of securing “a better means of survival” for her and her family. She expected to find work as a supermarket attendant and earn a salary...

“The Hour will not occur until the Euphrates recedes, uncovering a mountain of gold over which people will fight. Ninety-nine out of every hundred will be killed. And every man among them will say: ‘I might be the one who survives.” – Qur...

Drought in the Fertile Crescent

“The Hour will not occur until the Euphrates recedes, uncovering a mountain of gold over which people will fight. Ninety-nine out of every hundred will be killed. And every man among them will say: ‘I might be the one who survives.” – Qur...

Editors’ Note: On November 2, 2022, after this article was written, a peace deal between the TPLF and Ethiopia was signed. Although the African Union has yet to publish an official copy of the agreement, it is known that combatant forces agreed to ...

Ethiopia: A Country in Crisis

Editors’ Note: On November 2, 2022, after this article was written, a peace deal between the TPLF and Ethiopia was signed. Although the African Union has yet to publish an official copy of the agreement, it is known that combatant forces agreed to ...

It happened at night. The people awoke as the walls began to shake, disrupting what would otherwise have been a normal August night in Khairpur, Pakistan. Unbeknownst to the city’s inhabitants, a local canal had overflowed and burst. Water had begu...

As the World Crumbles, Who Will Foot the Bill?

It happened at night. The people awoke as the walls began to shake, disrupting what would otherwise have been a normal August night in Khairpur, Pakistan. Unbeknownst to the city’s inhabitants, a local canal had overflowed and burst. Water had begu...