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Six Months Later: Kenya’s Westgate Mall workers reflect on a delicate recovery

Vincent Gallo Kebogo used to work at an ice cream shop called "Mama Mia," located in the Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya. Six months after the mall was stormed by the Somali-based terrorist group al-Shabaab, Kebogo reflects on the devastating attack and how it has affected his life.

Voices: Paying tribute to Margaret Marshall

"Freedom is like oxygen. When you’re breathing it, you’re not even conscious." - Margaret Marshall

A Bridge in Kaduna: Building Bridges

In the small village of Kafanchan, entangled in Nigeria’s religious conflict, the Interfaith Mediation Centre brings together the aggrieved.

A Bridge in Kaduna: Crossing Nigeria's Muslim-Christian Divide

GroundTruth: Mohammad Abbas comes to Boston

Mohammad Abbas is one of the youth leaders from Egypt’s massive street protests in Tahrir Square that toppled President Hosni Mubarak exactly three years ago. Abbas has lived history in his own country, and so he couldn’t help but ponder the meaning of it all when he visited GlobalPost headquarters overlooking Boston’s historic waterfront.

Voices: In Myanmar, a taxi service helps former political prisoners

Once poised to become a world economic power after gaining independence in 1948, Burma — also known as Myanmar — instead became one of the poorest, most repressed societies in the world. In 1962, military general Ne Win took power and implemented policies that isolated Burma from the rest of the world.

Step by Step: Focus on Unclean Water

Photojournalist Dominic Chavez traveled to Sierra Leone for an in-depth look at water sanitation. Sierra Leone has the highest under-five death rate in the world.

Step by Step: The path to ending preventable child deaths

It’s not all bad news in the global effort to reduce child mortality. In fact, the number of children who die every year before age five has declined significantly in the last two decades and continues to drop at record rates. But the fight is far from over. Of the nearly seven million young children who died in 2011, the majority died from preventable causes. What works and what doesn’t in the fight against child mortality? What does it take to go the last mile, and bring this number down to zero? GlobalPost investigates. 

Step by Step: The Twins of Panna

GlobalPost health reporting fellow Harman Boparai travels to India, where he was once a physician, to take a deeper look at child health in his home country. This story is focused on twin girls born in India's Panna District, which has one of the nation's highest child mortality rates.

Step by Step: Focus on malaria

Photographer John Stanmeyer has taken his camera around the world for an in-depth look at malaria. He comments on his photographs, the people he met on his journey, and the tragic toll malaria takes on children and families around the world.

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