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In New Zealand, the Fishhook Pendant Called Hei Matau

The Maori, New Zealand’s Indigenous people, navigated to the country from Polynesia by sea, some arriving as early as the…

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Flood-Drenched British Columbians Fear This Is the New Normal

Washed-out roads and destroyed bridges are just some of the devastation afflicting residents of the western province and could signal…

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Iran Forcefully Clamps Down on Protests Against Growing Water Shortages

For two weeks the Iranian government tolerated growing protests over scarce water supplies in the central Iranian city of Isfahan,…

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On Delhi’s Toxic River, Prayers to a Sun Struggling to Shine Through Smog

NEW DELHI — As the worshipers descended the slope to the riverbank, dressed in their festival best and carrying offerings,…

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The Joy of Casting in Italian Waters

On an early morning in late autumn 2019, I drove with two friends from my family’s small rural home in…

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Whales So Close You Can Touch Them: A Family Adventure in Canada

The trail to our yurt was narrow, muddy and peppered with tiny ceramic and plasticgnomes, fairies and bears. My 8-year-old…

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