THE FUTURE IS FUNGI
Fungi are the largest, most widely distributed and oldest group of living organisms on the planet. Yet they have been largely overlooked. Now, researchers are discovering their secrets.
The city of Mosul is slowly putting itself back together after the long years of war, with the reconstruction of the Al-Nouri Mosque a powerful symbol of hope.
SAHARAWI: A LONG WAIT FOR HOME
Since its annexation by Morocco in 1975, Western Sahara has been the subject of a long-running territorial dispute. For the Saharawi people, the wait for a homeland has now spanned more than 40 years. Among the young, tensions are once again rising.
SPOTLIGHT ON... UZEBKISTAN
The most populated country of Central Asia, Uzbekistan has been on a mission to open up since the death of its previous leader in 2016. Nick Redmayne meets the proprietors hoping to take advantage of a tourism boom.
Explore: CUBA'S LIFE TASK
Over the course of a month, Arzucan Askin and her team travelled around Cuba to record the ways in which the country’s women are responding to climate change with a typically Cuban spirit of resilience.
GALLERY: GREENLAND SLED DOGS
The Greenland sled dog has been crucial for survival in the Arctic, and genetically, the dog breed is unique. Today, though dog sledging (also known as mushing) is still prominent, in just two to three decades, the number of sled dogs in Greenland has more than halved.
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