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STIRRING THE WATERS: Why many in Central Appalachia lack reliable, clean water
BarbiAnn Maynard, of Martin County, grimaced while touring the location of the Martin County water intake site along the Tug Fork River Tuesday, Oct. 2. Maynard fears the amount of water being pumped from the Tug Fork River isn’t adequate and that the water isn’t properly treated, “We end up with warnings on the back of our bills that say don’t drink the water,” she said.
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After more than a century, Malaysia’s oldest tabloid The Malay Mail ceases print operations
The afternoon paper once thrived on classified advertisements. But it’s been hit by dramatic declines in circulation and ad revenue.
A Noose Called Microfinance
Farmers across India can’t seem to escape the microfinance debt trap. Some are even driven to commit suicide. What could save their lives?
Narcoamérica es un viaje por la ruta de la cocaína, desde las calles de Manhattan hasta el sur de Chile.