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Katie Arnold

In Kyrgyzstan, warming brings less water - and more conflict

09 Nov 2018

(This November 8 story corrects typographical error in dateline)

CORRECTED-FEATURE-In Kyrgyzstan, warming brings less water - and more conflict

09 Nov 2018

KOK TAL, Kyrgyzstan, Nov 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the Kyrgyz village of Kok Tal, it is the jarring sound of Bahadyr Mamatgapirov’s mobile phone that breaks the serenity of dawn.

Traffickers prey on lost Rohingya children in Bangladesh camps

08 Nov 2017

UKHIA, Bangladesh (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The end of the cyclone season comes as a relief to most Rohingya in Bangladesh's Kutupalong refugee camp. But not Noor Alom, who had been searching for his six-year-old daughter for two days. | Video

Feature: Amid the exodus, lone Rohingya children face dangers in camps

19 Sep 2017

COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - It was August 28, and like any other Monday for brothers Hussain and Mufisa. The two boys, aged nine and ten, waved goodbye to their parents and left for school in their village in Myanmar's Rakhine State.

From village to victim, Myanmar women fear ban on working as foreign maids puts them at risk

06 Jun 2016

FALAM, CHIN STATE, Myanmar (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Van Biak had only been away from her family in Leilet in north west Myanmar for two weeks, but her mother was in tears as they embraced on the veranda.

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