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Young archeologist works to save prehistoric rock paintings in war-torn Horn of Africa.
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Georgia, still warring with Russia, recruits English teachers by the hundreds.
Until an NGO took matters into its own hands, Georgia was literally uncharted territory.
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The French group Planet Roller brought a team to Yemen to show kids there's an alternative to jihad.
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GlobalPost witnesses a training session in which American commandos help Yemenis to combat Al Qaeda.
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In Yemen, 800-year-old houses provide all the comfort of a modern, cutting-edge structure.
The tradition of firing off automatic weapons at weddings has succumbed to a relatively new concept for Yemen: public safety.