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Ocean Shock: Menus for a warming planet

Nov 07 2018

This series has explored the damaging effects of warming waters in the world's oceans on marine life – and human life. Stressed by this climate change hidden beneath the waves, fish and other marine species are facing enormous disruption. | Video

Ocean Shock: The climate crisis beneath the waves

Nov 07 2018

To stand at the edge of an ocean is to face an eternity of waves and water, a shroud covering seven-tenths of the Earth.

Ocean Shock: Big aquaculture bulldozes Borneo

Nov 07 2018

PURU NI TIMBUL, Malaysia Swinging his machete with an economy of movement that only the jungle can teach, Matakin Bondien lopped a stray branch from the path of his boat. He hopped barefoot from the prow, climbed a muddy slope and stared once more at what he'd lost. | Video

Ocean Shock: Building a Silicon Valley of the Sea

Nov 07 2018

BERGEN, Norway Norway has built the world's biggest salmon-farming industry. But it wants to go bigger. With their lucrative oil fields now in decline, Norwegians have ambitious plans for aquaculture to power their economy far into the future. | Video

Ocean Shock: Fishmeal factories plunder Africa

Nov 07 2018

NOUADHIBOU, Mauritania Greyhound Bay was once a place where old ships came to die. A wild stretch of coast on the western edge of the Sahara, its shallows made a convenient, if desolate, spot to scuttle an obsolete trawler, freighter or tug. So many vessels went to their graves here, the nearby port of Nouadhibou seemed captive to a ghostly armada keeping vigil over the dunes.

‘Charlie Hebdo’: High-impact, low-tech tactics add chilling dimension to attacks

Jan 09 2015

Urban terror threats pose a serious conundrum for Western governments

Will Pakistan’s grief force it to cut ties with Islamic militants?

Dec 17 2014

Pakistan’s army knew it would pay a price when it launched an offensive in the mountains of North Waziristan. But even in their worst imaginings, few officers could have foreseen the way revenge would be served.

Special Report: The struggle Pakistan does not want reported

Sep 25 2013

KARACHI, Pakistan Abdul Razzaq Baloch worked nights. After dinner, he would start his shift as a proofreader at the Daily Tawar, a newspaper published on a shoe-string from a cramped office in Karachi, Pakistan's commercial capital. At 2 a.m., the 42-year-old would make the short journey home on his new Super Star motorbike.

Special Report: The struggle Pakistan does not want reported

Sep 24 2013

KARACHI, Pakistan Abdul Razzaq Baloch worked nights. After dinner, he would start his shift as a proofreader at the Daily Tawar, a newspaper published on a shoe-string from a cramped office in Karachi, Pakistan's commercial capital. At 2 a.m., the 42-year-old would make the short journey home on his new Super Star motorbike.

Special report - The struggle Pakistan does not want reported

Sep 24 2013

KARACHI, Pakistan Abdul Razzaq Baloch worked nights. After dinner, he would start his shift as a proofreader at the Daily Tawar, a newspaper published on a shoe-string from a cramped office in Karachi, Pakistan's commercial capital. At 2 a.m., the 42-year-old would make the short journey home on his new Super Star motorbike.

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