In its ongoing crackdown on dissent, Iran's government is now jailing the lawyers who defend political prisoners.
This week, The I Files is featuring stories highlighting veterans, their families and the array of challenges soldiers face when they return home.
This week on The I Files, we're highlighting girls' education in Afghanistan and Pakistan, child sacrifice in Uganda, civil war in Syria, New York's stop-and-frisk policy, and the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
This week The I Files features three stories dealing with an issue that deeply divides American society – gay rights and religion.
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Human Rights Watch has released a report detailing reprisal attacks by the Ethiopian military over a shooting at a rice farm.
In Niger, farmers race to reclaim the desert and break the link between drought and famine.
Farmers in Ghana face tough choices in the search for a fertility boost.
Director Mila Turajlić discusses the four years it took to research and film “Cinema Komunisto” and surprises she unearthed in the film archives of Yugoslav President Josip Tito.
A violent attack at the Saudi Star rice plantation has reportedly left at least five people dead and at least eight more wounded.
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