In light of a rash of violence and upheaval in Northern Iraq, Ryan Wolf catches back up with Erbil businessman Miqdad Salih, whom he profiled earlier this year.
Read it here:  http://ow.ly/B3mDM 

In light of a rash of violence and upheaval in Northern Iraq, Ryan Wolf catches back up with Erbil businessman Miqdad Salih, whom he profiled earlier this year.

Read it here:  http://ow.ly/B3mDM 

Photographer Carmen Chan sends photos from Jeju Island. 

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A woman and her grandchildren collect water in O’bat Moun, a village for people displaced by sugar plantations near Rattanak Sambal Forest in Cambodia. Photograph by Nicolas Axelrod

This is Sweden, he’d thought. Everything is bright and cheerful on the surface, our airports are built so that no dust or shadows could ever intrude. Everything is visible, nothing is any different from what it seems to be.

— Henning Mankell, from The Dogs of Riga