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Alan Parkinson’s “luminaria” sculpt air and light into objects of startling beauty.
Analysis: Flooding illustrates the repercussions of a warmer planet.
Aid groups struggle to reach devastated regions as flood waters leave millions homeless.
A revolutionary model for international aid helps El Salvador's transvestites battle AIDS.
At the Basel art show, even the sellers need to prove their financial worth.
A leading thinker on financial risk has a warning for executives of the future.
France's new Centre Pompidou-Metz puts another post-industrial city on the map.
Nigerian executive director of KIND sees women's involvement in politics as the key to progress in Africa.
The Cambodian activist and politician sees a jail sentence as the next step in her struggle.
Experts see humanitarian applications for the next generation of robots.
An interview with Chinese Ambassador to Switzerland Dong Jinyi.
At the Lyon Biennale, international artists make us feel uncomfortable.
Everyone is concerned about Iran's nuclear program. The question is what to do about it.
NGO officials dispute allegations that they pay off the Taliban, claim Pentagon efforts to enlist their help place them in peril.
Where's the Obama administration's policy on climate change?
Two exhibitions in Paris explore modern graffiti and the meaning of writing.
Beijing artists and gallery owners say the economic downturn will improve quality.
Experts argue that African aid and development are even more important during downturn.
Officials allow festival to go forward with films that spotlight both the authorities and everyday people.
Awa Marie Coll-Seck has spent years combating malaria.