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The crisis in Myanmar is not unprecedented. Refugees recall when 200,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh nearly 40 years ago
Fish and other forms of sea life are already becoming another source of geopolitical competition, experts say
Contrast of extreme water scarcity and callous wastage 'alarming,' says former UN water advisor Maude Barlow
WikiTribune is looking into cloud seeding, a method of increasing rainfall by dispersing substances into the air using planes
Venezuelan authorities have detained six people in connection with attack, but NGOs say their human rights are being violated
Child labor in agriculture has increased by 12 percent since 2012. The problem isn't going away
Critics say move risks denying vulnerable people their rights, but the agencies involved argue this is where their help is needed
Artificial Intelligence Google drops Pentagon project: a turning point between big tech and the military?
Is Google pulling out of its Pentagon project the exception that proves the rule, or a turning point?
Anti-Slavery International ‘I feel I am dying’: UK tied visa reform leaves abused workers vulnerable
Overseas domestic workers are being abused behind London's closed doors even after reform of British visa process
WikiTribune will be attending RUSI's annual Land Warfare conference. What are you interested in? Help shape the coverage
Natural disasters exacerbated by climate change and sea-level rise are forecast to displace millions of people in the near future
Bitter dispute over abuse of sex slaves during world war is unresolved
How one of the largest campaigns in the Vietnam War exposed official lies about U.S. successes