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Global Voices - Science

Five years after an HIV outbreak in a Cambodian commune, villagers feel forgotten

2 months ago

An effect of rising deforestation in Brazil, Amazon fires turn into a global crisis

3 months ago

From Nigeria to Zanzibar, Africa quietly played a critical role in US moon landing

3 months ago

Teenage girls want to help victims of domestic violence in Albania with new app

18 days ago

Eastern & Central Europe

3 months ago

Amidst denial, Pakistan's smog issues pose serious health risks to the city of Lahore

1 month ago

Mass tree-planting in Ethiopia broke world records, but its impact will take time

3 months ago

DRC Ebola outbreak spreads to neighboring Uganda, activating rapid preparedness response

3 months ago

Common leopard gecko found in Nepal for the first time

3 months ago

Tropical Cyclone Idai: Animal rescues overlooked in this climate disaster

3 months ago

Australian court's historic rejection of coal mine highlights the impact of climate change

3 months ago

'Space is about dreaming' — an interview with International Space University president

3 months ago

'Space ventures can improve the quality of life on Earth' — an interview with International Space University president

3 months ago

Iranian environmentalists fear death penalty after a year behind bars

3 months ago

Middle East & North Africa

3 months ago

Bushfires and floods have Australians asking: 'What climate change?'

3 months ago

Nepal roars with pride to become the first country to double its wild tigers by 2022

3 months ago

Riverbank erosion disaster in Bangladesh leaves thousands homeless

3 months ago

Can a controversial in-vitro fertilization process save the northern white rhino?

3 months ago

Kerala floods: Tech-savvy Indian citizens mobilize to minimize the damage

3 months ago

First Malaria World Congress explores ways forward as elimination efforts stall

3 months ago

Protesting Polish students stall controversial bill that would clamp down on academic freedom

3 months ago

The Nepali "sausage vine" evergreen plant is famous in the United Kingdom, yet remains unknown in Nepal

3 months ago

Interview with Rosaly Lopes, a Brazilian NASA astronomer and the first woman to edit the journal founded by Carl Sagan

3 months ago