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A Burmese Journey: Behind the scenes

Behind the scenes of a reporting fellowship that brought 20 top, young American and Myanmar journalists together to create the Special Report, "Burma Telling Its Own Story."

A Burmese Journey: A sad goodbye in Mandalay, Myanmar

Long thought of as Burma’s intellectual hub, Mandalay, the former colonial capital, has supported a vibrant community of artists, intellectuals and political revolutionaries throughout the city’s history. Now, inter-religious violence has led to the razing and burning of Muslim homes and shops throughout the town. Maung Maung, a Burmese author, intellectual and teashop owner has decided to leave his country to escape the rising persecution of Muslims.

A Burmese Journey: Saving sacred spaces in Bagan, Myanmar

Myanmar's tourism revenue has grown exponentially in the last few years since the apparent regime change from military to civilian rule. The question of whether the area, and its temples, can support the influx is a pressing one.

A Burmese Journey: Q&A with Ashin Wirathu

GlobalPost spoke with the monk at the center of a new Buddhist nationalism in Myanmar, which seeks to “protect” the faith, as they would put it, against a growing Muslim minority population that they feel threatens the country’s majority Buddhist faith and its traditions.

Pulse: A doctor's notes - India's economy is booming, but its children are dying

In Part One of GlobalPost's continuing series, "A Doctor's Notes," reporting fellow Harman Boparai travels home to India, where he once practiced as a physician, to take us inside the country's child mortality problem.

GroundTruth: Meeting Mansoor - Afghan translators struggle to come to the US

Every month, Afghans who works as interpreters for American forces are attacked because of their work. The US government sets aside 7,500 Special Immigrant Visas to help American-employed Afghans move out of the country that has become a constant danger to them, but few are being issued.

Pulse: As Boston recovers from Marathon attack, emotional trauma may be just setting in

For some of the thousands of athletes, fans, and emergency personnel on Boylston Street last month when two homemade bombs unleashed ball bearings, nails and absolute terror in the final blocks of the Boston Marathon, the magnitude of what happened on Patriot’s Day is just beginning to reveal itself. 

GroundTruth: Charles Sennott on the Boston bombings

Belief: Does faith help us cope?

GroundTruth: Ben Carlson on reporting in Hong Kong

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