Bangladesh is turning fifty, and it’s facing a mid-life crisis
The invisible enemy of a Tanzanian paradise
The most Arab city in Italy opens the doors of its Casbah
Ethnic groups in the spectacular environments at the centre Great Rift Valley
Ten feet from extinction
The African Cape Canaveral? It’s in Malindi, Kenya, a few degrees south of the Equator, amongst sandy white beaches and coconut palms. Here, in the Sixties, the first European satellites were launched into orbit and for more than twenty years, Italy continued launching rockets into space. Then the Europeans moved to French Guiana and the […]
It’s the other Brazil, the anti-Amazon, the poorest and most arid region in Latin America. The Sertão, the Brazilian outback, is twice the size of England: part sea, part desert and part steppe, where life is hard and poverty is rife in the streets. Half of South America’s poorest inhabitants live here, in the Sertão, […]
New winds of war?