In a post-Brexit cultural crisis, Britain is using cinema to glorify its past, even when that means glorifying a racist, evil man who let millions of Indians die.
There's poverty. Then there's life in Niger, where insurgencies inside and outside its borders are forcing people to forage for food to make up for what international aid can't cover.
Stephen Dupont has spent the past two decades photographing the one thing in life that intrigues him the most: death. WARNING: Some viewers may find these images disturbing.
A for Apple, W for We're fucked.
The situation in South Sudan is bad and getting worse, a new report from the International Rescue Committee (IRC) finds.
The move would "severely hamper if not curtail" critical aid work in a country on the brink of famine, one aid worker said.
The last famine in Africa came from a drought. This one comes from a war.